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Apr 082021 Gossip
 

1st Interlace with macrame (A)

We prepare the hair by texturing roots, then we mark the middle and ends with a 38mm diameter tweezers, leaving the ends slightly less marked, we brush the hair, apply a little shine with a spray and the hair is ready to start working.
Next, we separate a section, taking the front and the sides, we reserve it, and then we take a section at the crown with which we make a ponytail.
Then, we take two strands, leaving the macrame cords in the center and make a ponytail. With a strand, we cover the hair tie.
We continue with this section and at about 5 or 6 cm we place another hair tie and make a turned bubble. We continue, doing the same step on the right side. We take the central section and 5 or 6 cm from the previous hair tie, we make a new bubble. We repeat the same step on the left side.
We continue taking a section of hair between the strings and repeat the previous steps, creating small round bubbles, but this time without intertwining the strings. We repeat the previous step on the right side.

2nd Bubble fishtail braid (B)

We start by preparing the hair by texturing the roots, then mark the middle and ends with a 38mm diameter tweezers, leaving the ends slightly less marked. We brush the hair, apply a little shine with a spray and the hair is ready to start working.
Next, we separate a section, taking the front and the sides, we reserve it and then we take a section at the crown with which we make a ponytail. We introduce the ponytail through the center of the section and remove a little fluffiness.
Next, from the previous section, we take the guide wick and make a fishtail braid of about 5 or 6 cm, and secure it with a hair tie.
We open the braid giving fluffiness and providing textures. Next, we take two sections from the sides and attach it to the middle section. We continue with our central strand and make a 5 or 6 cm fishtail braid, open it and remove the fluffiness, then secure with another hair tie.
We continue, taking the remaining hair and joining it to our central updo. Then, we separate our strand into two equal sections, in the upper one we make a fishtail braid and secure it with a hair tie. We join the remaining section with another hair tie to the previous one.
We keep on doing the previous steps (joining the central updo and separating the strand into two equal sections to then make a fishtail braid) throughout the length of the hair. We open it creating that fluffiness and destructuring it, to achieve a more natural effect.

3rd Lateral pull through braid ( C)

We start by preparing the hair by texturing roots. Afterwards, we mark means and ends with a 38mm diameter tweezers, leaving the points slightly less marked. We brush the hair, apply a little shine with a spray and the hair is ready to start working.
Next, we separate the front and the sides, take the crown section and move it to the side and make a ponytail with the hair from this section.
We take the next section, of 3cm approximately, and we make a ponytail parallel to the previous one. Next, we make with the next section the same as in the previous step, to get a third ponytail.
Afterwards, we open the first queue in two and raise the second, passing through the center, the two ends of the first queue are joined to the third. We take a new section of the remaining hair and make a new ponytail, parallel to the previous ones.
Then, with the following ponytails, we open the first ponytail in two and go up the second one, passing through the center, we join the two ends of the first ponytail to the third. And we repeat the same steps until we finish with all hair.
Finally, we open each link creating fluffiness and an unstructured feel, according to pure Medialdea Method.

4th Combo braid (D)

We start by preparing the hair by texturing the roots. Afterwards, we mark the middle and ends with a 38mm diameter tweezers, leaving the ends slightly less marked, brush the hair, apply a little shine with a spray and the hair is ready to start working.
Next, we separate the front and the sides, take a section of the crown, make a slight twist and fasten with a bun hairpin.
Then, we take the strand from this section, add a little hair from below and with this strand we make a caterpillar braid, of 6 or 7 cm.
We fix our braid with a hair tie that we cover it with a hair strand.
We continue, taking the next section that goes from the height of the eyebrow to the other eyebrow and we make a central ponytail that in turn we introduce through the center of the section.
Later, we join our caterpillar braid to this ponytail with a hair tie that we later cover with hair. Once done, we make a bubble and deconstruct it a bit. We take the rest of the hair, we attach it to our center section and cover the hair tie. Then with the entire ponytail created, we make a pull through braid up to the middle of the hair’s length and fasten with a hairpin.
We open our braid creating fluffiness, following the Medialdea Method. With the excess of hair we continue making the pull through braid until finishing with all hair. We give it fluffiness and volume, as in the previous section.
To finish, we secure the end of our braid with a transparent hair tie.

Hair: Juanmy Medialdea
Hair Instagram: @juanmy_medialdea
Hair Assistant: Sergio Castillo @sergiocastillo_makeup
Photography: Jose Santo Palomo @santopalomo
Make up: Sergio Castillo
Styling: Juanmy Medialdea
Models: Lucía y Andrea

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Feb 022021 Gossip
 

TONI&GUY
step by step :
haircut and colors
combine for the perfect
SS21 look !

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HAIRCUT by COS SAKKAS

The HALO is a series of circular sections which allows the perimeter area to be worked on separately, or to be disconnected from the interior. It’s the perfect sectioning technique to cut visually and allows you to see the complete outline shape build up with softness. You can, however, apply a more disciplined technique if opting to create strength.

“The haircut demonstrates the versatility of technique within the Halo sectioning. The geometric lines and strong build-up of graduation through the profile contrasts the softer interior and fringe areas. The inspiration stems from the trend of raw hair cutting to create a street-cast vibe that is promoting individuality.”

Cos Sakkas – Head of education and international artistic director

1 After sectioning, starting at the back, a diagonal section is taken and cut using the Classic Graduation technique, decreasing in length, elevation controlled to build-up weight.

2 Once balanced, diagonal sections are continued up towards the top of the first section, the elevation is gradually lowered and checked to create a consistent build-up of weight.

3 At the front lower Halo section, a strong graphic line is created that disconnects from the fringe and back graduation, a diagonal back section is taken and a guideline created, sections are then directed down at a low elevation and repeated on the opposite side.

4 At the centre Halo section, curved diagonal sections are worked through both sides, the hair is directed down to the original guideline to continue the build-up of weight, again precision is key. This is worked up to the top of the Halo section until the last section is reached. This will then be continued through into the upper side Halo section.

5 Through the top, a loose freehand approach is taken allowing a disconnection from the structured underneath. From a profile section, a line is point cut working longer towards the front. Sections are directed to this, building up length that will give optional length within the personalising.

6 The fringe area is then cut freehand using the slicing technique eliminating weight and length. This is worked to individual requirements, before slicing through the disconnections creating a proportion of balance within the shape. label.m Therapy Rejuvenating Protein Cream is applied before blow drying, any personalising is done creating a seamless blend between the disconnections to complete the look. label.m Shine Mist is used to finish.

HAIR COLOUR by JO O’NEILL

Panelling is an internal detail that moves away from the surface colour application which was on-trend last year. This latest panelling technique focuses on internal strengths of tone creating a prominent distribution of colour where needed.

“A mixture of grey hues and pops of yellow to grab our attention, the colour pallette gives platinum blonds a mixture of on-trend tones Grey with a playful juxtaposing pop of colour, Yellow.”

Jo O’Neill – International technical education director

1 A large rectangle section is taken on top of the head using horizontal partings on either side from high recession to meet the radial. The sides are then sub-divided with a horizontal parting on either side to create two more rectangle sections. This parting is then continued through to the back of the head on either side creating two more sections. The first section is colour blocked with the colour Silver. Once complete, isolate with clear meche and repeat this application on the opposite side.

2 A shadow root technique is applied in Masonry Grey. Firstly, applying to all the root area. Once completed the colour Silver is applied to the mid-lengths and ends. Isolate each section with clear meche and repeat application on opposite side.

3 The section at the side is colour blocked with Silver. This is then isolated with clear meche. The next section, shadow root is applied using colour Masonry Grey. A panel of interior contouring is worked by applying the colour Yellow directly underneath the Masonry Grey with no diffusion. The application of Silver is applied to the ends of the hair, repeat this application on the final side. Masonry Grey is applied to the root and Silver to the length and ends.

4 The section at the side is colour blocked with Silver. This is then isolated with clear meche. Shadow roots is applied with Masonry Grey all throughout the remaining section, Silver is applied through the mid-lengths and a panel of perimeter contouring is applied in Yellow. Repeat this method of application until this section is complete. Isolate with clear meche.

5 To create a panel, a diagonal back parting is taken from the hairline. Shadow roots of Masonry Grey is applied and the colour Yellow applied to the mid-lengths and ends. Isolate with a clear meche.

6 In the remaining section, apply shadow root in the colour Masonry Grey and the colour Silver through to the lengths and ends. Isolating each section with clear meche.


FORMULAS – PREPARATION

20g Platinum Plus + 60g Platinum Nutri Developer 20 volume
Masonry Grey
50g Dialight 7.12 + 75g Diactivateur 9 volume
Silver
50g Dialight 9.11 + 75g Diactivateur 9 volume
Yellow
10g Dialight 9.3 + 10g Dialight Clear + 30g Diactivateur 9 volume

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