Neo Deco collection – a mix of 1920’s and 1970’s
Hi there my Friends, I would love to share with you a playful collection that I created for InterCoiffure. (SEE VIDEO AT END OF PAGE)
The decorative headband sparked the inspiration for “Neo Deco .” Headbands led to visions of Clara Bow, Louise Brooks, Dreamboat Annie and Patti Smith, and from there a collection that combines rebellion with ornamentation.
THE HAIR WAS LAYERED WITH THE RAZOR AND SOFTLY SET. THEN THE LAYERS WERE WRAPPED AROUND THE HEAD BAND. THE COLOR A CLASSIC OMBRE.
For me, both the fashion and the spirit of the 1920s and 1970s are connected. Strong, independent women in both eras explored new paths of expression, and in both eras, dressing to shock was a popular way to stand out from the crowd.
THE ABOVE STYLE WAS INSPIRED BY 1920 HATS WITH A FLICK FRINGE, 100% RAZOR CUT FREE HAND PAINTED WITH PRIMARY BLUE.
A NEW TWIST ON A CLASSIC SHAG, LOTS OF LAYERS AND TEXTURE FREE HAND PAINTED IN BABY BLUE WHISPS
In addition to its historical glam, “Neo Deco” is also a hairdressing tour d’force, using braids, razor-cutting, color tipping and a variety of lengths, textures and other techniques to bring the bobs,shags and big hair of the 20s and 70s to new life. These days, it’s harder to be both original and wearable, to find a
fresh way to make a woman look both pretty and confident. Solved that creative challenge in Neo Deco by recombining ornamentation and shapes from the past into a completely modern statement.
THE HAIR WAS CUT INTO AN ASYMMETRIC GRADUATION, WITH LONG ABSTRACT LAYERS 100% RAZOR CUT
THE HAIR WAS RAZOR CUT INTO SOFT ABSTRACT LAYERS WITH A SOFT BOB OUTLINE
Fashion Director & Hair Stylist: Vivienne
Fashion Stylist: Jason Rembert
Makeup: David Maderich
Photographer: Roberto Ligresti
Videographers: Matt Nappo, David Guerrieri,
Models: Julia, Red Letter Entertainment;
Greta, Elite; Tania, Q
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