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Control by Paul Stafford

Monday, 17 September 2018 14:07

Control is power, and with this collection Paul Stafford wanted to show how using tools and techniques you can manipulate and manage hair into the forms and shapes you choose.

Using weight to control direction, styling to control shape and products to control texture, each look shows how hair is ‘controlled’ by various techniques and mediums to create individual fashion statements. "We want this collection to reflect a social truth, that regardless of her look or style, the individual women can and should have authority and ‘control’ over her own image," says Paul Stafford.

  • Credits
    Hair: Paul & Leisa Stafford
    Color: Aidan Bradley
    Photo: Lee Mitchell
    Makeup: DJ Griffin
    Styling: Sara O’Neill
    Products: Denman & Alfaparf Milano
    Images: FPA Media
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