Archive | December 2012

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GRAPHIC ARTS 

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“This season, designers wanted to achieve different textures and really push the  artistic boundaries of hair. I really relied on my go-to Redken products to create the specific looks they wanted. There were a lot of references to the mid-90s, when minimalism came into fashion, and also the 60s. It was about attitude and technique—nothing was left to chance.”

—Guido, Redken Creative Consultant

HAIR TRENDS: SPRING/SUMMER 2013
MODERN MINIMALIST LOW-KEY LOOKS WITH A CONTEMPORARY TOUCH

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Simplicity took a starring role this season with low ponytails, clean parts and naturally enhanced texture. It’s minimal effort with maximum style.

HAIR TRENDS: FACTORY GIRLS
STRUCTURED SHAPES FROM FASHION’S FAVORITE ERA

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When it comes to this season’s 1960s-inspired shapes, the difference is in the details. It’s the 60s like you’ve never seen them before.

HAIR TRENDS: DEEP IMPACT
ULTRA-DEEP SIDE PARTS, FOR A SHAPE REINVENTION

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Where to draw the line? On the side…

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