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Neo-Noir by John Gillespie Hairdressing

Thursday, 07 August 2014 13:52

Inspired by the drama and high octane energy of the fashion shoot, this stand out collection from Scottish hair hero John Gillespie and his top team of creatives, truly puts fashion in the frame.

Oversized, super long and powerfully textured, these talented hair professionals have worked their magic to create a superb collection of images. These graphical and monochrome images are packed with feminine strength; celebrating the diversity of feminine beauty and realizing the potential in each individual head of hair.

  • Credits
  • Hair: John Gillespie and Catherine Scobie
  • Photo: Jack Eames
  • Make up: Maddie Austin
  • Clothes Stylist: Clare Frith
  • John Gillespie Hairdressing



  • John Gillespie Hairdressing



  • John Gillespie Hairdressing



  • John Gillespie Hairdressing



  • John Gillespie Hairdressing



  • John Gillespie Hairdressing



  • John Gillespie Hairdressing



  • John Gillespie Hairdressing



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