Since not all women can be blonde, here’s a look done in a mocha shade of brunette that calls to mind the quasi-unisex styles of the sixties. This short, pixie-type haircut features a fuller top and crown area, and is
styled with a texturing product to maximize the hair’s natural wave and create this almost wind-blown effect. The wave in the hair is defined and diffuses the play of the light off the strands, allowing the color to
appear even softer and making the look appear more casual, as well as a great deal more sultry.
By contrast to the first look, the second hairstyle is slightly darker, with an espresso tone to the color and a styling technique that makes the hair glossy while keeping the locks defined. It’s a style that calls to mind
Demi Moore in the film “Ghost”. The point-cut fringe angles to the right side of the face and makes the eyes appear more intense and focused, While the differences between the two looks are minimal, the impact of those
minor changes are significant. With or without a potter’s wheel, this is a style that could certainly resurrect a lost love if one comes around.
Collection:Paris Fatal Artistic Director: Fabien Provost for Franck Provost Hair: Fabien Provost and Alexandrine Piel Make-up: Charlotte Willer Styling: Wil Photos: Adel Awad