Women’s Hair, picturesque on Trinity St-Dublin, Orla is truly a colorful young lady. Full of vivid graphic charm all wrapped in one look. From her beautiful pastel sorbet hair color to her lavender toned eyebrows, she is stylishly picturesque.
Women’s Hair, the modern version on High Holburn-London, a simple but cleaver styling approach for a modern version of the pixie haircut. It’s an innocent way to escape the everyday mundane fashions and look fabulous.
Women’s Hair, the little pixie on Rue du Jour-Paris, the little pixie haircut is without a doubt for the woman who wants short, chic and no nonsense. The beautiful part of a pixie hairstyle is that it’s made to order, tailored to size and bold move for any woman.
Men’s Hair, the boris high top quiff on Anne’s Lane-Dublin, Boris is back with his summer high top quiff. Above is Boris, who I know he consistently has a great hairstyle and a rocking look. It’s all because he owns his hairstyle, which is why it looks so cool.
Women’s Hair, the minimal detail on Chatham Lane-Dublin, a minimal detail can make all the difference in a stand out style. Emma’s fringe is the focal point of her current haircut but what sets it apart is the subtle face-framing undercut. The undercut works more like an accessory; it gently frames her face and adds a soft finish.
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Women’s Hair, seek out on Chatham Lane-Dublin, I think it’s interesting to know that each and every hairstyle comes directly from the hands of a hairdresser, handcrafted and hand made. This photograph is something that completely inspires me because these young ladies are truly committed to seek out and explore with their own hairstyles and it’s cool to see them all together.
I want to mention, I think some people have lost the idea on how to relate to hairstyles. Hairstyles are something that should make you feel good, not something that makes you feel bad on how or what your hair will or won’t do, or not being able to afford the maintenance as if you’ve jumped off a magazine cover. Instead, hairstyles are something to enjoy and feel good in.
Women’s Hair, the soft side on Clarendon Street-Dublin, even though the hairstyle forecast is well on its way to the softer side, I still see a lot of disconnected strong edged haircuts. What did catch my attention with Emmer’s haircut is that is even though it does have an edgy distinct disconnection, she styles her quiff on the softer side, which looks so feminine and spot on trend.
Men’s Hair, genre out and about, Adam’s mid-length wavy hair and beard create a combination that is a cool style genre. I’m a huge fan of this overall look because it’s easy going and masculine.
Men’s Hair, precise edge on Anne’s Lane, a precise haircut does give a hairstyle edge. Jen’s rocking haircut has a classic understated slight square shape with a little bit of a soft quiff that is modern, clean-cut and effortless. The classics will always be on trend because they work so well and look so now.