October 25th – Madrid
This time, the show is given the title “KineticArt” in honour of its specialisation in visual art. For the first time, Hairdressing and Make-up join forces at a show that is expected to reach beyond Spanish borders. Preparations by X-presion are well underway for the fifth edition of Show Positivo, which will be held during Salón Look Madrid, which will take place from 24 to 26 October at Feria de Madrid.
On Sunday 24 October at 4 pm, the show’s Hair Look catwalk will set the stage for this innovative event, which attracts over a thousand professionals from all over the world every year.
Lewis Amarante: make-up artist to the stars
His sources of inspiration are basically painting, film and literature, especially Latin American magical realism. As make-up artist, he has focused largely on fashion, which has led him to work in teams or as a team leader on a number of international catwalks, as well as working on a number of campaigns, fashion catalogues and fashion magazines.
Brooks&Brooks: pluri-awardes hairdressers
Sally and Jamie’s early careers began with the great master Trevor Sorbie. They won three “London Hairdresser of the Year” awards, three “Male Hairdresser of the Year” awards; as well as the Most Wanted Creative Director, Most Wanted Artist, Most Wanted Look of the Year awards, three Most Directional Look of the Year awards and the Most Wanted Creative Talent award from Creative HEAD.
X-presion: the revolution in the world of color
Express, create and divulge. This line of thought has been the backbone of the X-PRESION philosophy since its inception as the first study dedicated exclusively to R&D&I in hairdressing. They follow creative freedom, purity and independence.
A different outlook that has been accoladed with a number of prizes and rewarded with huge media attention, because what X-presion creates is like nothing else – it is entirely unique.
Kimatica: body, fashion and technology
This London-based studio explores the intersection between the human body, fashion and technology. Kimatica is a network of artists and designers with the common mission of discovering new means of sharing ideas and creating unique experiences. Known internationally for their work Simulacrum: body-mapping shows that explore the relationship between interactive technology and the human body.