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Sky Kaleidoscopes by Heather Nelson

Wednesday, 11 January 2017 10:53

Through different textures, Heather Nelson created a collection fit for the solar systems of the galaxy, with deep tones contrasted by flares of light and color. Clearly a winner on her own merit, take a look at the gallery below for all of the looks.

  • Credits
  • Hair: Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing
    Photo: Gabriela Silveira
    Makeup: Heather Snowie
  • Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing



  • Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing



  • Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing



  • Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing



  • Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing



  • Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing



  • Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing



  • Heather Nelson @ Nelson Hairdressing



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