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A Gleaming Dauntless by Jayne Littler

Wednesday, 22 July 2015 12:58

Jayne Littler’s lustrous street gleam would stop traffic in any part of the world. The street ready 'Heroine Collection' is the chic and improved trend that has littered the runways this fashion week, embracing the power of heroism and femininity through braids and waves.

The styling shine combined with tactful highlights seems to radiate light from within, leaving no doubt that a heroine can too be romantically fabulous.

  • Credits
  • Hair: Jayne Littler, Andrew Collinge Artistic Team
    Color: Warren Boodghians using TIGI Copyright Colour
    Photo: Alex Barron-Hough @ The Bedhead Studio
    Styling: Jiv D
    Makeup: Liz Collinge


  • Hair by Jayne Littler

  • Hair by Jayne Littler

  • Hair by Jayne Littler

  • Hair by Jayne Littler

  • Hair by Jayne Littler

  • Hair by Jayne Littler

  • Hair by Jayne Littler

  • Hair by Jayne Littler


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