Three of hairdressing’s top talents have been chosen by the Fellowship for British Hairdressing to represent the industry with its Signature Style consumer campaign.
Images from Gary France of Essensuals, Bruno Marc Giamattei of Marc Antoni and Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck of TONI&GUY will now be used by the Fellowship to promote British hairdressing throughout the press.
The images were judged by a respected panel of industry experts who were looking for a good understanding of current trends adapted into a wearable, consumer-friendly style which represented the best of British hairdressing.
Gary brings long hair bang up-to-date with an eyebrow-skimming fringe and a soft, touchable curl through the ends. A stunning chestnut hue is elevated with face-framing sections of paprika.
Sacha winning look pays homage to the iconic style of Blondie’s Debbie Harry; from the sexy, shattered peek-a-boo fringe and choppy cheekbone-level layers to the creamy vanilla blonde shade with rock chick roots, the result is nothing but Atomic
Bruno Marc Giamattei
Bruno takes a sharp, slick geometric cut to the next level with a glass-like finish and an angular fringe. Soft panels of plum appear almost translucent on a glossy base of ebony.
Marc Antoni Art Team (directed by Bruno Marc Giamettei)
An über-blunt fringe forms the basis of this Marc Antoni Art Team style. Contrasted with soft, barely- there wisps of texture at the perimeter and on-trend hues of Parma Violet and cherry, it packs a mightier punch than the average pixie cut.