Metamorphoses by BUNDY BUNDY

Metamorphoses
 
Goddess: The look by BUNDY BUNDY
 
What hairstyle do today’s goddesses have? On the occasion of their visit to the exhibit “Goddess” in New York City, Hans and Georg Bundy challenged themselves as well as their artistic team with that question. Even the legendary editor-in-chief of the American fashion bible “Vogue”, Anna Wintour, signed on: she chose the most impressive photographic images concerning the “Eternal Myth of the Female”.
 
We are happy to present the team’s answer to the question: the stylistic devices of the past were adapted to the present using current innovations without ever losing sight of the future.
 
A modern interpretation of Greek antique looks or the curly mane sported by film divas such as Marilyn Monroe was developed for the year 2004. What’s new about it is the way the hair feels. As opposed to earlier looks, this new and innovative BUNDY BUNDY look won’t try to keep you from freely running your hands through your hair. The hairdo will not only keep its shape, but will also develop an even more interesting structure the more you touch your hair.
 
The heavenly BUNDY BUNDY look
 
BUNDY BUNDY unites the team’s inimitable know-how in hair coloring methods and the unique haircutting techniques used by this leading national and international team of stylists. Or could you tell that this lavish curly hairdo can easily be turned into an office-adequate straight page-boy cut with the help of a common hairdryer?
 
Unlike any other company, BUNDY BUNDY is known for its innovative corporate philosophy that structures its prices in a democratic fashion. This gives customers the choice between the top of the line “Couture” service or the more sensibly priced “Style-In” service.
 
Metamorphoses by BUNDY BUNDY
 
The season is full of surprises courtesy of BUNDY BUNDY. The traditional Austrian corporation proves that it is a leading force in the training of its future hairdressing elite with a strong focus on solving the questions about future trends and the generation of networker’s hair styling needs. This was one of the team’s main mantras for the creation of the fall/winter look for 2003/4.
 
Here is their answer: a style that allows you to reinvent yourself several times during the course of the day. Following their motto “Function over Form”, BUNDY BUNDY created this fringe haircut that can easily be transformed into four brand-new looks. “Disconnected” is the name of this new cutting technique which benefits from the interaction between shortly cropped patches and wild, romantic strands.
 
New Generation by BUNDY BUNDY
 
The networker generation’s new needs: who demands four different hairstyles with one haircut will not settle for only one hair color. This knowledge inspired BUNDY BUNDY’s artistic team to develop groundbreaking multicolor hair coloring techniques. When styled conservatively, these multicolored strands appear to give the hair a strict graphical structure.
 
When hair is down, these perfectly matched colors look extremely lively. First time customers with BUNDY BUNDY will profit from BUNDY BUNDY’s thorough knowledge of hair care products which are considered to be the leading products Austria.
 

Disconnected Fringe

Long hairstyle with a disconnected fringe
 
This image and the smooth flat hair, geometric up-style and the hairstyle with volume show the exceptional styling versatility of the "disconnected fringe" haircut by the BUNDY BUNDY artistic team. Named for the unusually executed fringe of the style the hair is cut into sections of contrasting lengths with a variety of elements that serve to make the cut both versatile and unforgettable.
 
The forward portions of the top and side sections are cut into a blunt, but slightly curved fringe that extends from a point behind one ear to a point just behind the other. The side portions where the hair is formed into fringe include undercutting in the side burn area. This removes bulk and allows the hair to lie in uniform thickness all around the head. The remainder of the top and sides, as well as the crown and nape areas, is cut with layers.
 
The long hair is styled to emphasize the layers and the overall design of the hair. The fringe is kept smooth as a base for the look, while the longer, layered sections are blown out using a texturing product to give the layered sections definition and enhance the colored accent strands. Blow-dry using a round brush and a texturing product, then take a dab of product and rake it through the hair with your fingers to separate and create strands.
 

Smooth and Flat Hair

Smooth and flat long hair with accent colors
 
Styling similar to this modern long hairstyle, only this time, the hair is kept smooth and flat. A straightening iron may even be used to give a sleek finish to the hair. The effect is a more conservative look and the accent colors are slightly more diffused and softened as it were.
 

Geometric Up-Style

Geometric up-style with layers criss-crossed and wrapped into the crown
 
This is a very structured, geometric up-style. The fringe forms a framework upon which the layered sections are criss-crossed and wrapped into a crown. The accent colors are isolated and enhance the lines of the hairstyle. The overall effect is a neat, chic style.
 

Funky Curled Hairstyle

Funky hairstyle with an organic look for long curled hair
 
This long hairstyle is all about the volume and texture. The hair is curled with random-sized tools to give a more organic look to the waves and incorporates large portions of the previously smooth and static fringe areas. Adding a texturing product for definition, the style is free and funky and ready for fun.
 

Style for Curlier Hair Types

Hairstyle for curlier hair types
 
The hair here is cut in an extensively layered mode. The layers are then steeply textured to create a light, wispy design. This is an ideal haircut for those with curlier hair types both for manageability and volume control.
 
Styling is accomplished using a diffused blow-dryer and scrunching technique, to create a look that is edgy and wild, but appealing for its stark beauty.
 

Hair Styled Behind the Ear

Hairstyle with the hair directed back behind the ear
 
Let's revisit the pageboy cut with a deep fringe and shoulder length blunt cut using a curved line in the back. The rich blend of auburn, copper and cocoa brown give a dimensional effect to the hair.
 
The styling is executed using blow-dryer and brush and directing the hair back behind the ear to create a smooth, silky silhouette. The string of coins (as an accessory) adds sparkle and light to the hairstyle.
 

Modern Roller-Set Curls

Hair with roller-set curls for a Marilyn Monroe look
 
How would Marilyn Monroe display herself if she'd been born fifty years later? What about the looks of the goddesses of the silver screen? This is a reinvention of the classic hairstyle shown by Hollywood's ultimate blonde women.
 
The buttery blonde color is one that can only be called "starlet blonde" and the style takes Marilyn Monroe's trademark roller-set curls and brings it up to date. Carefully curled and arranged, the style is all about maintaining the silhouette while framing the face perfectly.
 
To create a similar look, start with your shoulder length pageboy cut with a long fringe and wrap the hair on large and medium rollers and dry it completely. Comb out the set carefully so as not to lose all the definition, mist with hairspray and scrunch lightly to fine tune the curls.
 

Gloria Swanson Look

Neo-Grecian hairstyle for a Gloria Swanson look
 
This photo takes the starlet blonde color and shows us what Gloria Swanson might have looked like playing Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. It shows what she would look like, that is, had Gloria been born fifty years later and Sunset been produced today.
 
The forward halves of the top and side sections are carefully sculpted into a tiara of pincurls draping across the forehead, while the remains of the hair are smoothed back into a satin-finished twist that balances the profile for a vaguely neo-Grecian look.
 
Hairstyles: BUNDY BUNDY Artistic Team