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1970's & Tribal Elements by MOHH Hairdressing

Thursday, 30 January 2014 12:40

This wondrous collection by MOHH Hairdressing drew inspiration from very extraordinary sources...

The look was inspired by the 70's singer & songwriter Joan Armatrading. Massive hair – an exaggerated Afro look merged the traditional tribal elements of African culture. The zip at the front of the hairpiece gives the illusion of looking into this fantastic world.

Credits:
Hair: MOHH  
Photogra: David&Ronnie Norton @ DN Design
Fashion Design: Claire Garvey
Make up: Sorcha O'Dowd

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