American Salon January 2013 : Page 71

This multidimensional red hue displays hints of orange, copper, yellow and raspberry tones, depending on the lighting. PhotograPhy: andrew o’toole; makeuP: maddie austin; fashion styling: Bernard Connolly Color Cues The United Kingdom’s Mark Leeson explores a full spectrum of vibrant hues in his Infinity collection. The Infinity collection from British Hairdressing Awards winner Mark Leeson features a rainbow of beautiful haircolor hues, from platinum blonde to deep cherry, on graphic, short crops. “The emphasis for this collection is the indulgent use of the color palette, revealing beautiful condition and shine with strategically placed color to enhance the haircuts,” says Leeson, a member of the Five Point Alliance education team, who used Goldwell color to achieve the looks. “The color is seamless and infinite and encapsulates fused dimension within strong but gorgeous shapes.” —Lotus Abrams > January 2013 American Salon 71

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Color Cues<br /> The United Kingdom’s Mark Leeson explores a full spectrum of<br /> vibrant hues in his Infinity collection.<br /> The Infinity collection from British Hairdressing Awards winner Mark Leeson features<br /> a rainbow of beautiful haircolor hues, from platinum blonde to deep cherry, on graphic,<br /> short crops. “The emphasis for this collection is the indulgent use of the color palette,<br /> revealing beautiful condition and shine with strategically placed color to enhance the<br /> haircuts,” says Leeson, a member of the Five Point Alliance education team, who used<br /> Goldwell color to achieve the looks. “The color is seamless and infinite and encapsulates<br /> fused dimension within strong but gorgeous shapes.” —Lotus Abrams <br /> <br /> Optimum<br /> Exposure<br /> Hair flaunts its flirty side with vibrant colors in this new<br /> collection from The Doves Creative Team.<br /> Prism, the latest body of work from Chris and Sonya Dove, Chris Rosario and<br /> The Doves Creative Team, seen exclusively on these pages, is a play of color<br /> and light dancing together in perfect harmony. “The whole idea was to create<br /> works of art in each head of hair,” says Chris Dove, co-owner of a namesake<br /> hair studio in Santa Monica, CA. To that end, the artists integrated sculpted<br /> shapes, bold hues and intricate color techniques to amplify individuality and<br /> showcase a strong sense of style. “Good things tend to always happen when you<br /> challenge your creativity,” Sonya says. —Kelley Donahue <br /> Artistic Expression<br /> The latest collection from Australia’s People Hairdressing team<br /> focuses on the stylists’ individual inspiration.<br /> Drawing on the inspiration of the individual stylists who created each look, A Collective is a new collection by<br /> Sydney’s People Hairdressing team, led by founder and Creative Director Hamish Glianos. “As each model’s look<br /> was completely unique, we knew that the photography, makeup and styling needed a cohesive, timeless quality,”<br /> Glianos says. To achieve that goal, the team’s fashion stylist chose elegant black clothing complemented by iconic<br /> jewelry pieces, while the photographer kept the lighting simple. “The vibrant eye and lip tones created by our<br /> makeup artist were inspired by the models’ hair color and skin tone,” Glianos says. —Lotus Abrams <br /> <br /> <br />

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