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Pastel Edge by Vivienne Mackinder

Saturday, 17 January 2015 12:16

Vivienne Mackinder transforms the recent trend of chalking into an edgy, high-fashion look. Chalking, like makeup but for the hair, allows for the client to try something exciting and new for the night.

Pastel Edge embraces the chalk’s inherent playfulness and bursts with energy. Watching teens experiment and have fun with hair coloring inspired Vivienne to infuse the light-hearted joy of youth with an edgy twist to classic principals. Often, clients aren’t comfortable talking risks with the color of their hair, but the impermanence of chalking installs the confidence to take chances and dare to be bold. 

  • Credits
    Hair: Vivienne Mackinder
    Color: Stella Avero
    Photos: Julia Pogodina
    Makeup: Mariya Gvozdov
    Styling: Newheart Ohanian

 

  • Hair: Vivienne Mackinder



  • Hair: Vivienne Mackinder



  • Hair: Vivienne Mackinder



  • Hair: Vivienne Mackinder



  • Hair: Vivienne Mackinder



  • Hair: Vivienne Mackinder



  • Hair: Vivienne Mackinder



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