Una guida o forse un inspirational book che apre la mente e aiuta a focalizzare le proprie aspirazioni, individuare e attuare le strategie e i modi per raggiungerle.
Autore: Paolo Braguzzi, Direttore Generale e Amministratore Delegato Davines.
A chance moment swimming with my children provided the inspiration for my newest collection, Atlantis. Many people have asked me what made me think of shooting a hair collection underwater and, on this morning swim, I noticed how hair moves and how amazing it looks when you manipulate it underwater and I was inspired to recreate this. This shoot came with it’s own risks, especially when considering how to style the hair to prevent the styles from falling apart under water. My favourite childhood fairytale is The Little Mermaid, and with this in mind I was inspired to ensure each of the models embodied their own inner mermaid in their own peaceful utopia. I’ve always loved braids and the technique is something that will never fade. I incorporated braids into the looks because you can see them underwater and they look so soft and beautiful which Mit the collection perfectly. Creating texture in the hair that would hold underwater was a tricky one to do but we managed it by using the right products and setting techniques.
Hair: Mary Alamine @ Royals Hair & Beauty – Australia
Ph: Daniel Knott
Make-up: Mikele Simone
Styling: Jana Bortolo
Salon: Royals Hair & Beauty
ore 14:30 – 17:30
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The NEO collection is characterized by an interplay of duality, the smooth forms of geometrically cut lines, freedom and the powerful expressions of the 1980s. It is a fusion of elegance and rebellious individuality. The colors present a combination of warm and cold and brighter and darker nuances.
Hair: Stevo, David, Marko @ STEVO hair academy – Slovenia
Ph: Nenad Cakic
Make-up: Branka Pavlovic
Production: Tadej Causevic @ Photoart.si
È mancato NICOLA FUSCO uno degli uomini che hanno fatto grande il settore della coiffure. Nessuno nel nostro mondo commerciale ha creato dal nulla un’Azienda che oggi è fra le big del mercato: profumerie, ingrosso, marchi propri, concessioni, etc. Certamente però i figli sapranno continuare in questo percorso di crescita per fare sempre onore a un uomo così grande e avanguardista.
Hairdressers Journal International announced 17 winners at the 2015 British Hairdressing Business Awards with a spectacular ceremony held at the Lancaster London Hotel, adjacent to Hyde Park. Recognising and rewarding the very best of British hairdressing businesses and industry professionals, each of the worthy winners will take their iconic trophy back to the salon as celebrations continue across the country.
2015 British Hairdressing Business Awards Winners:
- Business Director of the Year:
Andy Phouli, Rush Hair – Mark Woolley, Electric
- Customer Care Award:
Paul Edmonds, London
- Franchisee of the Year:
Sarah Kealy, Toni&Guy, Solihull
- Front of House Team of the Year:
Ego Hair Design, Inverness
- Independent Salon – Business Newcomer:
Hare and Bone, London
- Innovation of the Year:
Salon Media Screen, Epsom
- Junior of the Year:
George Joseph Curran, Errol Douglas, London
- Male Grooming Salon of the Year:
Andis The Company of Master Barbers, Southport
- Manager of the Year:
Scott Frazer-Halsey, Clipso, Watfor:
Barrie Stephen Hair, Leicester
- Salon Design Award:
Hare and Bone, London
- Salon of the Year 1:
The Gallery Hair and Beauty, Tunbridge Wells
- Salon of the Year 2:
Hairven Salon, Nottingham
Salon Stylist of the Year:
Kate O’Sullivan, Francesco Group, Stafford
Inspired by my recent trip to New York I fell in love with the variety the streets of New York had on offer. The soft, the elegant, the tough and the edgy fashion, lifestyle and architecture. I wanted to play with NY variety and the different looks, forming them into strong structures and then deconstructing the looks to achieve softness and movement with a 1970s bohemian-inspired look. The cuts have an element of disconnect to create a strong feel while the styling keeps it feminine and soft. It was fun to also incorporate strong men’s barbering techniques like fading into the styling to achieve a harsh, edgy shape. The shapes were built with texture and volume to create bigger and fuller styles. I used a variety of curling techniques to achieve different textures which enabled me to mould into the desired shape. My Urban Queens wear soft subtle colours, sun-kissed highlights reminiscent of the sunny, easy-going 1970s bohemian days.
Hair: Uros Mikic @ Kinky Curly Straight – Australia
Collection: Urban Queens
Ph: Simon Cecere
Make-up: Andrea Damyon
Styling: Mojca Bizjak-Mikic