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A window into the world of catwalk fashion and what is truly hot in hair fashion was opened in Mumbai on March 30, with Schwarzkopf Professional showcasing both trends and how to create them.
Asian Ambassadors of Schwarzkopf Professional Rick Lee and Sebastian Tan unveiled the collection and demonstrated these styles on the 20 Femina Miss India contestants and to six of Mumbai’s up-coming models who walked the ramp as part of the grand finale to an instructive and glamorous evening.
“This season hair plays such a strong part of the overall fashion directions, that it is an essential part of everyone’s wardrobe. There is a high-energy vibe running through both fashion and hair, with quirky and sensual looks that translate across both haute couture and more wearable style,” says Najeeb Ur Rehman, Chief Technical Head of Schwarzkopf Professional.

Schwarzkopf Professional’s 111 Edition: Part 1 Collection takes its inspiration from the world of haute couture and is inspired from the fashion weeks of London, Paris, Milan and New York. The four distinctive hair styles for the season include:

Glamazon – The look is driven by the season’s trends for safari tones and styles, tribal adornments and Bianca Jagger in her Studio 54 heyday. In keeping with the 70s influence, hairstyles have length and movement.

Sunday Best – Part aristocrat and part rebel, this look combines ladylike dressing with an experimental rebellious edge. This approach also applies to the hair, with oversized bows, netting and ribbons making up-dos look prettily offbeat. Unexpected colors amidst quirky cuts, naughty and nice.

80s Dance – Hair has natural movement, with tousled styles and kinetic cuts that team asymmetry with pops of vibrant color. Athletic yet feminine, this look is all about youthful exuberance.

Rounded Form – A softening of previous geometric trends, this season’s minimalist silhouette has become more natural and feminine, translates into styles that hug the head and neck, curving playfully into napes and nooks. Rounded edges and bold tones are finished with lustre and gloss for a futuristic feel. Modern minimalism meets the new natural.

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