Long Crimped 1930s Hairstyle
Long hairstyle, subtly tapered at the ends retaining the lengths and with a large sweep of hair at the side to contrast with the untapered contours. Crimped version in a 1930 revisited and modernised style using a curling-iron. Franck Provost Lusterizer gives extreme shine.
Ambre Vénitien is an exclusive technique specifically created for Titian, chestnut, red and auburn hair. The colouring technique is produced transparently using INOA L'Oréal Professional, making it possible to obtain an intense colour, with darker roots and lighter tips, creating a progressive impression of depth, by gradually merging three to four colour areas horizontally into each other.
Collection: Paris Solaire
Artistic Director: Fabien Provost for Franck Provost
Hair: Fabien Provost et Alexandrine Piel
Make-up: Charlotte Willer
Photos: Adel Awad
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