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Cool Change Collection by Scruples

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 10:29

The saturated color of the 70’s meets the high hold of the 80’s in the new Cool Change Collection from Scruples. Traveling through the trends of time, this collection merges an iconic duo of decades into a striking series of short, medium and long classic looks.

Paired with the vibrant opalescence of Scruples’ creme colour system, and infused with a modern edge, these looks create a style statement that’s timeless.

  • Credits
    Creative Director: Mia Liguori, Scruples Co-President Creative
    Session Styling: Katie Nielsen, Artistic Lead, Scruples Design Team
    Haircut: Katie Nielsen, Artistic Lead, Scruples Design Team
    Haircolor: Katie Nielsen, Artistic Lead, Scruples Design Team
    Amanda Evans, Jennifer Graffeo, Amy Williamson and Tina Zaccagna, Scruples Artists
    Makeup: Kumi
    Photography: Jake Thompson
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