"Satellite" by Moving Hair
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Bernd Nicolaisen, Moving Hair Creative-Director: “For the new Satellite Collection, the Moving Hair art team took their inspiration from the 60s. We focused on wearable, fresh shapes of hair in muted and marbling colors. Strong, super exact cuts with emphasis on the base, combined with playfully free hair structures, all bringing out the individual image in the look, “be different – be individual.”
The Cut: Geo 07
The trend: The key element is the classic elegance of the haircut. Radical “Geo Cuts” bring shapes rich in contrast to the contours and let the looks appear fresh and sexy. At times undercut, other times overcut. Long, basis-oriented lines alternate with rounded bangs. Structures modeled as if by chance appear spunky and give some versatility and chic to the different versions.
The new techniques in hair coloring create mood and atmosphere in the hairstyles. Soft, muted shades correspond perfectly with the cuts. The secret: With the coloring technique “Opal Lights” Moving Hair creates fine panels in a star shape right into the upper hair. Three nuances that are finely tuned with the natural color of the hair result in light reflexes that appear as if made by Mother Nature.
The trend: light asymmetry in hair that is in motion. This “hippie chic” is created with a partial volume wave. In memory of the later “beat generation” strong layering of the hair support the raw, urban volume of the styling.
Choppy Short Haircut
Urban elves have a new look. Asymmetrical and choppy cut areas flow harmoniously into a rounded silhouette that is lightened by layers and wispy ends. The contour of the bangs is interrupted and different lengths catch the eye. Colors play into the scenario with shades from red to blue over the natural dark tone.
Fluffed Up Back
Sugar and spice. Straight and tousled. The new looks celebrate contrasts in one hairstyle. Playfulness meets clear boundaries and gains new energy from it. The base cut shows precise edges framing the face in a rounded bow.
The top and the back are fluffed up and wispy to break up the routine. A golden blonde with reddish accents is ideal for this style.
Choppy Spiky Hair
An homage to the brit pop bands of the 80s. This hairstyle lives through its controversy and breaking all the rules. Different lengths and choppy, spiky fringes on the crown break up precise lines.
Extra long bangs correspond well with the long sideburns and superlong strands in the back. Dip it in some dark berry shades and see what the night has in store.
Set new accents at the office. Ultramodern does not have to clash with the workplace. Show your style and individuality with this style. Rounded bangs sweep into artfully designed layers, partially tapered, partially chopped, different lengths but all true to the basic classic shape.
Layers of color, here in chocolate to vanilla tones, create a three dimensional effect that produces volume.
What started as a classic bob turned into a nice surprise. Clean and precise lines that flow from around the face and beneath the ears to the neck turn into longer layers with wispy edges on the other side.
As an eyecatcher and balancing element one strand is left long on the opposite side. Marbled colors in different red and blonde tones look best.
Hair Styled Diagonally
Contrast through change in direction. Straightly vertical lines find their counterpart in a windswept upper portion of hair that is styled diagonally over the face. All movement is centered on the crown of the head.
Sides and back are combed straight down and cling to the cheekbones. Three tones from dark copper to honey blonde create fullness.
Hair with Lively Curls
Strong layers from the crown to shoulder are put in motion by a light wave turning straights into lively curls. Shorter layers around the face together with the rounded bangs are kept straighter and add a delightful contrast that gives this romantic hairstyle its urban and modern flair. Red tones lift up the dark base tone and bring more volume.
Sassy, spicy curls but not as you may be used to. This wavy creation has a new flavor created with straight and heavier portions opposite the wispiness of the curls. Bangs are the key ingredient of the new hairstyles and here they are pulled diagonally to one side. Fiery red and blonde highlights are the finishing touch.
Hairstyle with Strong Lines
Strong cutting lines, reminiscing of a cubist painting are the seductive element of this new look. A short area interrupts the sleek, blunt silhouette over the ear. The bangs are cut in a sweeping exact curve, and the hair is thick and straight.
It all ends with long strands in the neck, thinning out towards the ends. Purple and red are the colors of choice.
Helmet Look Haircut
A classic warrior princess swept into the 21st century. A helmet-like rounded base cut is combined with longer strands, tapered layers and frizzy edges that pleasantly contradict the super strict and neat bangs. New hair color techniques do magic with tones from strawberry to merlot and honey blonde.
Longer Hair on Top
Layers over layers, hair and color are created in slices over each other. Very short hair on the sides of the head supports the longer strands on top and creates volume. This is also enhanced by a technique of coloring his hair in a star shape around a center and layering dark and very light tones.
Long Zigzag bangs
The contrast lies in the length. Texture galore on the crown derived from short and dense layers forms the background to straight long bangs that are zigzag combed at the high partition.
Highlights in sandy and cool blonde tones on a chocolaty base enhance the texture and volume of this ultra cool men's hairstyle.
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