A collection by Manuel Mon, Origami shows delicate intertwining movement, pure and clean ends, and meticulous fold patterns. It’s a creative process that emphasizes the sensitivity of shapes and the accuracy of the work surface.
To some, black hair is still considered provocative and even lawless. According to hair artist Anne Veck, afro hair isn’t seen as the norm and many black women feel the need to hide their natural hair in order to progress.
When color ripples, rolls, and sways its way through any frequency of hair, it leaves a harmony in its beautiful wake.
There's just something so satisfying about a perfectly done finger wave! This well-coiffed look by Fame Team with Hooker & Young features essss-shaped fringy bits with a wet-looking sleekness.
Hair that is multi-faceted is bold, fun, and even larger than life. It’s a fusion of modern color that perfectly accents the shape, texture, movement, and finish of each robust statement.