Revlon Professional presents the 2015 bridal collection, inspired by romantic and elegant yet, classic glamour. The spirit of haute couture gets transferred to the hair, which becomes the most precious complement of the bride.
The Revlon Professional bridal season 2015 gathers the major fashion trends without sacrificing the classic glamour of timeless moments.
THE FORTIES LOOK
Hair: Bozena Sarek, Creativity Award – Revlon Professional Style Masters International Contest 2014
Straighter lines and architectural finishes play with the contrasting effects of twists, folds and sophisticated waves. Revlon Professional reinterprets the female universe, creating unique and unforgettable looks, exulting elegance, beauty and perfection.
Makeup Notes: Just a hint of blush on the cheeks, but the lips go to extreme voluptuousness with classic and essential, cherry or plum colors, the latest trend, which stand out above any red to bring about a touch of sophistication.
Hair: Ziortza Zarauza, Best Technique Award – Revlon Professional Style Masters International Contest 2014
Evocation and imagination merge in this trend of intense romantic reminiscences. Twist, ruffle and flower shapes of hair intensify its texture and its harmonious color effects while adding some fantasy. Craftsmanship allows for adjustments to a natural or more polished finish, to subdue extreme contrasts thus, inviting every woman to live her own personal fairy tale.
Makeup Notes: Fresher, more casual, the romantic trend shows a bride whose porcelain complexion teamed with subtle pearly white contrasts becomes radiant and sparkly. A range of soft, sometimes smoky, eye shadow adds depth to the look without overpowering and a light sweep of raspberry or peach highlight the cheekbones to bring out the natural sweetness of the face. More luscious and natural than ever, nude lips add a touch of timelessness to this bridal trend.
- Revlon Professional – Yes, I Do Collection 2015
- Artistic & Creative Direction: Miguel García Cotado for Revlon Professional
Hair: Bozena Sarek y Ziortza Zarauza
Photo: Xevi Muntané
Wardrobe: Rosa Clará