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Toni & Guy, Oxford Circus

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Short 1920s haircut with a clipped up back
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Leanne and Holly explain the look that caught the judges eye and clinched them a place in the Grand Final; “Our initial inspiration came from the image of a 1920s flapper girl. Our haircut is soft and seamless and goes from short to long, allowing the colour to go from dark to light. We collaborated with top designer Nico D who allowed us to use pieces from his Autumn/Winter 09 collection.”
 
Very short 1920s hairstyle The myriads of light and dark reddish blondes conceived by Toni & Guy are an incredible presentation of skill and uniquely positioned in thick easy curls on top of one another, while the back is clipped all the way up near the crown allowing for the length to begin closer to the top. The sides give a delightfully large c-curl, giving a new thrust to a short cut.
 
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Photo Credits: L'Oréal Professionnel
 
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