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Shades of Goth, Dark Romanticism

Monday, 09 February 2015 07:12

Not only black. Darkness has its shades, you must only recognize them by looking carefully. And don’t be afraid of wearing them on dreamlike short hair and lunar bobs.

Goth-Fantasy. The dark side of colour. Deep purple and carmine red dye the gothic nature of a bold hair fashion. Finding the contemporary in the combination of fluorescent yellow and lime green. Breaking asymmetries, dark romanticism.

  • Hair: Jon Pulitano @ Headcase Hair / Photo: Steven Chee / Make-up: Nicole Thomson / Styling: Jesse Hart

  • Hair: Emiliano Vitale @ é Salon / Photo: Robert Lobetta / Styling: é Salon Creative

  • Hair and photo: Desmond Murray / Make-up: Jo Sugar / Styling: Bernard Connolly

  • Hair and photo: Desmond Murray / Make-up: Jo Sugar / Styling: Bernard Connolly

  • Hair and photo: Desmond Murray / Make-up: Jo Sugar / Styling: Bernard Connolly

  • Artistic Direction: Maurizio Contato / Hair: Art Hair Studios / Photo: James Rudland / Styling: Marina Olivati / Products: Wella Professionals, System Professional, Professional Sebastian, Nioxin

  • Hair: Deanna Parker Attwood @ Wieselmann / Photo: Karla Majnaric / Make-up: Liz Jenkinson / Stylist: Christina Dietz

  • Hair: Saco Creative Team / Photo: Richard Ashforth / Make-up: Marco Antonio / Styling: Yuki Hagino & Nafisa Tosh

  • Hair: Richard Ashforth and Alain Pereque @ Saco / Photo: John Rawson


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