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Raw Submission by Lewis Moore

Tuesday, 13 December 2016 14:08

Radiating more than a mere hint of sexual deviance, with inspiration for Lewis Moore's beautiful monotone collection was raw hair with very dark undertones – almost submissive, but beautiful shapes to give an element of kajira, or slave-girl.

  • Credits
    Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly
    Photo: John Rawson
    Makeup: Maddie Austin
    Styling: Jared Green 
    Products: Joico
  • Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly



  • Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly



  • Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly



  • Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly



  • Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly



  • Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly



  • Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly



  • Hair: Lewis Moore @ Lewis Moore Salons, Sutton Coldfield & Streetly



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