top news

Collections

Beautiful People by CoCre8

Thursday, 21 September 2017 10:00

This CoCre8 collection is a combination of classic shape, form and coloring with a twist. Taking the megatrend of vibrant colors and undercuts into a more “trend relevant” way of modernized hair cutting and hair coloring for a sophisticated market place.

Influenced by the punk glam of the latter 80s and early 90s, along with a gender neutral rebirth to the fashion and finishing, this CoCre8 Collection showcases the “new rules” of your craft. Iridescent direct dyes, along side a traditional color palette that take a spin with nuances of cool depth and advanced formulated saturations of shades.

Each color emphasizes the versatile form of the cut. Each look features a CoCre8 cut, color and style method to create individualized characters of their unique personal style. CoCre8 creates the methods, for you to Cre8 the look!

  • Credits
    Hair: Christopher Dove and John Simpson as CoCre8 Education
    Makeup: Liza Macawili Ramos
    Photo: Robert Valentine – USA
    Fashion Styling: Christopher Dove
  • CoCre8



  • CoCre8



  • CoCre8



  • CoCre8



  •  

Related items

  • Pastel Punch by Sophie Amelia 21 September 2017

    Inspiration came from mixing the various hues and saturation of Spring colors/flowers enhanced against stark white clothing palette.

  • Damar by Juanvi Camarasa @ Desancho Estilistas 21 September 2017

    Inspired by love – love of life, love of short hair, love of craft hairdressing. The new collection by Juanvi Camarasa presents strong, bold haircuts enhanced with amazing color creations and ground-breaking hair design.

  • Chromatic by Robert Eaton 21 September 2017

    Simply mesmerizing! This is Robert Eaton's winning British Hairdresser of the Year 2019 hairfashion collection. With a fabulous amalgam of colors, textures and shapes, this awe-inspiring collection is remarkably eye-catching.

  • Rusty by Makeover 21 September 2017

    Sometimes collections are born of loose ideas, of an isolated concept and nothing to do with the previous one, and with that you seek to link elements and create harmony where before there was nothing, only rust and dirty shades, which begin to fit together to form a creation.

Copyright © 2012 | All rights reserved • Edizioni Esav s.r.l. | P.iva 05215180018 | email:info@estetica.it | Privacy Policy login | Powered by coolshop

popup - Wisepops - script

Cookies - USA