Emotions is the latest collection by HJ’s 2016 British Hairdresser of the Year Angelo Seminara for Great Lengths, with bold looks delivering variations in colour, style, volume, texture and length. The collection was shot on location in Ireland using the 100% human hair extensions, to showcase beautiful style, colour and amazing movement.
When Australian hairdresser Joey Scandizzo was looking for inspiration for his new collection, he looked at the beauty in ugliness – and realised the line between beauty and its opposite is not always clear cut. A beautiful face is juxtaposed with flyaway textures and blurred shapes.
The colour consultation is one of the most important aspects of the colour service, but what is the key to a successful consultation? And if you aren’t already offering one what should you be doing? A selection of top colourists give this advice: “Spend some time on your consultations as this will set you up Read More
As creative directors for Sebastian Professional, Shay Dempsey and Michael Polsinelli inspire hairdressers around the world with their latest collections, designs and techniques. HJ Editor Ruth Hunsley spent time with them in Berlin recently and asked them for their thoughts on each other, their inspirations and the world of hairdressing CREATIVITY Shay: To be creative Read More
London-based Blue Tit artistic team’s latest collection showcases the merging between male and female, celebrating gender equality with styles that can be worn by men or women with androgynous finishes and textures.
Colours and textures formed from the corrosion of different types of metals were the inspiration behind the latest collection from Royals artistic team in Australia. Texture is the focus of the collection with variations in geometric shapes, sharp lines and natural movement enhanced by iron-inspired hues.
It’s all about texture in the latest looks from hairdresser Desmond Murray, who styled the hair and photographed the models in his latest collection. Eyes peeps through fringes, while voluminous curls dominate the frame.
A collaboration between Sydney TAFE hairdressing and floristry teachers, make-up students and industry mentor Lorna Evans drew inspiration from the clean colours, textures, freshness and form of flowers, replicating lines and curves within each hair design.