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Amour Tout Court by SK Style Barcelona

Friday, 31 July 2020 11:02

Alexander Kiryliuk and his team at SK Style Barcelona are recognized for their artistic talent in creating bridal hairstyles, but also for being ahead of trends. For this season they are committed to a new bridal vision compiling current trends and enhancing them in a meticulous collection of wedding hairstyles.

  • Credits
    Hair: SK Style Barcelona
    Art Director: Alexander Kiryliuk
    Hairstylists: Kílian Garrigós, Miguel Silva, Inna Lipkovich
    Makeup: Natalya Sidorova
  • Clothes: Strekoza
  • Accessories: Vedovka
  • Photo: David Arnal
  • Retouch: Javier Villalabeitia
  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



  • SK Style Barcelona



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