Moody Blues Collection extract taken from Behind The Chair:
‘Forget about rigidity, structure, formalism and order. Here we have a slouchy, chic, mix-and-match vibe. Somehow still proper, but with huge dollops of innovation and a fresh take on the standard beehive, blunt bob, shag and long layers. All doused in the dusky light of a midwinter afternoon – that time of exquisite anticipation between day and night.’
Hair by Kieran Tudor from D&J Ambrose, Middlesex, UK (Shortlisted for British Hairdressing Awards London, Hairdresser of the Year.
Photography – Gabor Szantai, Make Up – Katie Moore
Wardrobe Styling – Jackie Ambrose, Website -djambrose.com
Came across this great detailed article thats helpful to all you Asians who are interested in going blonde. Color done by Jan-Marie Arteca, this is full of facts and helpful hints to get you through the process..
Click here to read the full article from buzzfeed.com
I’ve already talked a lot about Dove and his work and you can check out other works I’ve posted by clicking Here, Here and Here..
Ex Artistic Director of Vidal Sassoon London who left to set up his own educational hair cutting and coloring institute along with his partner Jean-Baptiste Mazella – Mazella and Palmer.
The school has become world renowned but mostly thanks to their fantastic creative work, which comprises of beautiful and sharp shapes, precision cutting and angles at its best.
Here are 2 more to add to his collection, both for showing at educational classes.
1. Long disconnected layers with a round fringe..
2. A textured Salon Contemporary presentation model.
Haircut and Color by Francesco Group Creative Team (which, to me means someone who’s left the company) Picture by Jack Eames.
Lovely precise graduated bob/pixie shape haircut on Asian hair enhanced by the mixing of colors – Brunette with Cobalt pieces streaking through it. Lovely work!
#FrancescoGroupCreativeTeam #HairdressersJournal #JujuChan
My favorite stylist,produces the best work ever! Another collection of his to show you..
Excerpt from HJ.co.uk
‘Angelo Seminara has won HJ’s British Hairdresser of the Year on three separate occasions, earning worldwide fame for his breathtaking imagery and intricate colour work in the process. The Italian-born super stylist started his career at Trevor Sorbie, where he spent 16 years honing his skills. He continues to work on catwalk shoots and editorial campaigns across the globe, as well as creating imagery and developing products in his role as artistic director for Davines.
“Veils arouse curiosity while the wearer keeps her distance. Witness these striking veils of hair – dressed, cut and coloured into astonishing textures, forms and shapes. They act to attract while keeping arousal in check.”’’
#AngeloSeminara #Davines #HairdressersJournalUK #JujuChan #VeilCollection
How cute is this video I came across on Instagram, posted by @auracolorist from Sally Hershberger Salon. Love all the cute colors… Press Play…..
I love this color technique, combining two subtle color differences together. Looks to me like most of the head is colored the blonde shade then a quarter of the head is a mid brown shade.
I want this next, of course with a variation of different colors to suit my already blonde with black looks. Sorry Jodi, I know this one will be hard work the first time around but Pleeaasssseeeee : )
Sorry I couldn’t give credit to this photo, as I found it on Pinterest.
Came across these strong looks on Hairdressers Journal recently and thought I should share them with you.
Akin Konizi is co-director and creative force behind the successful hob salon group. Akin’s vision has brought hob salons to the forefront of the industry and in 2005, Akin was awarded London Hairdresser of the Year at the British Hairdressing Awards. This was Akin’s first nomination for British Hairdresser of the Year.
Since then, Akin has achieved outstanding success in the prestigious awards. Winning the coveted British Hairdresser of the Year title, two years running in 2008 and 2009.
“The mood for this year’s collection was inspired by strong hard signature geometry evolving into a softer, more wearable street look. In this collection Akin described these looks as Yves Saint Laurent 80’s tailoring, with and androgynous yet glamorous feel.”
One of my absolute favorite stylists, Angelo Seminara who is Artistic Director for Davine’s Product Company. Those of you who follow me, know that I always try to post as many collections from Angelo as possible. I find his work to be positively inspiring, unique and ultra creative. Here is his Games Collection for you to check out.
Excerpt taken from angeloseminara.com
‘Almost tribal in character, Angelo’s inspiration for this collection is underpinned by the tactile textures of the natural world: snakes shedding their skin, light casting diffused shapes through diaphanous fronds and leaves; fish scales, bird feathers, wood grains, slate, rock and marble striations. Combined or singular, the images capture nature’s strength in an enchanting, evocative way.’
Hair: Angelo Seminara
Make-up: Laura Dominique
Styling: Leticia Dare
Photographer: Andrew O’Toole
Lovely Red tones by Tyler Johnston for Schwarzkopf. Featuring a heavy fringe and long tendrils. Beautiful color and placement.