This coolly androgynous coif by Ammon Carver flaunts messy and disconnected bedhead length on top and a precision fade on the sides and up the back. A deep hard part breaks away into downward diagonals for a daring finish to this creative undercut.
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According to hair artist William LePec, Meg Ryan’s marvelously messy wavy mop-top is the latest gotta-have-it re’do. Made modern again, this look represents today’s dynamic woman - fit, fun, and a little undone with much depth and dimension at the core.
This teal watercolor-like effect is one of the looks from a collection inspired by the urban tribes, the wonderfully different ethnic groups, and the suburbs of the cities. The series was inspired by what we see when we visit the city, the human-ness, and liveliness of the people. The fusion between the urban and sub-urban world.
Flamboyant and fun, with a hint of movement and a pop of “wow” – this short and stylish coif is the latest statement by Maggie Stemaan. Short layers unleash a sense of texture while a delicate wash of green adds interest around the face. Delicate but disconnected whisps at the sides dangle and sway, giving the overall look a flirty appeal.
Feathery and bitten, and bit mischievousness, this stylish coif is a stunning statement in color and disconnection. Worn tucked back with ultra-short, chipped-into fringe this impish but confident look by Mahogany Creative Team breaks norms and sets new standards of beauty. It’s playful and polished yet perfectly imperfect. In other words: absolute perfection.
Silvery-blue with sparks of amber, this piecey, ultra-short coif adds a sense of balance to this beautifully chiseled face and accents the warmth worn in her eyes. It's a soft yet dramatic statement in style to be worn by those worthy of carrying the torch of confidence. Ideal for the active, on-the-go woman who leans toward the creative yet maneuvers life with poise.