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Heggy Gonzalez's NAHA Texture Collection

Friday, 20 September 2013 06:15

The interplay of light and color, form and texture lends an ethereal quality to these coifs.

Something primitive yet futurisic, sophisticated yet pure, natural yet designed. The ultimate art.


Hair: Heggy Gonzalez for Aveda Institute Provo
Photo: Siri Place
Courtesy of PBA/NAHA

  • NAHA Texture Finalist Heggy Gonzalez

    Soft yet geometrical

  • NAHA Texture Finalist Heggy Gonzalez

    Sculpted waves

  • NAHA Texture Finalist Heggy Gonzalez

    A cloud of light


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