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Inconstruction

Tuesday, 21 May 2019 15:07

A series of cuts that cannot be built in the traditional way. They are first deconstructed, then reconstructed, to give the impression that the hair has grown back. Skilled scissor-work is exemplified with the use of products to give a damp-effect finish.

Art Direction: Stéphane Amaru

Photos: Jules Egger

Products: Aveda

 

  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



  • StephaneAmaru, INCONSTRUCTION © Jules Egger



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