With some notable exceptions, the “Divine” Collection by stylist Michel Dervyn seems to be an homage to the trendy glamour looks of the late 60’s and early 70’s. One can sense the mod feel of the styles as it is
accentuated by the color of the hair in its golden tones.
Speaking of the color, these blondes aren’t just dimensional, they’re multi-dimensional. The hair colors are layered with myriad shades of highlighting and
lowlighting to create rich, natural looking color that glistens like born-blonde hair does.
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The hairstyles themselves vary, from up-styles to short, sassy mod cuts and even a couple of “off theme” styles (including a chic asymmetrical bob and a couple of current men’s looks). But the whole of the collection
presents itself well, demonstrating that like garment fashions, hair fashions really do run in cycles. The old styles can be given new life and new vitality a lot more easily than some might think.