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Schwarzkopf Professional’s Young Artistic Team Trains for SS17 Essential Looks

Friday, 07 April 2017 10:28

Schwarzkopf Professional’s Young Artistic Team recently spent two days at Rainbow Room International in Glasgow getting familiar with the new SS17 Essential Looks collection: Modern Ikon.

National educators Suzie McGill and Dylan Brittain from Rainbow Room International took the teams through a few of the most versatile looks within the collection and taught how to recreate them, from the cut and colour to the exact body positioning and posture required during each cut.

Schwarzkopf Professional’s Essential Looks collections are inspired by the most sought-after designers in global fashion and offer direction and style insights for the Schwarzkopf Professional partner salons. Key trends are picked up on and crystallised into three looks that can be adapted to consumer’s styles. The ‘Modern Ikon’ collection is the latest edition of Essential Looks and consists of three trends; Opulent, Beat Icon and Colorama. Inspired by the allure of the ‘50s French Riviera, Opulent showcases sultry glamour and pure sophistication. Beat Icon celebrates the icons from the ‘60s beat generation – with a timeless urban feel. Colorama combines the attitude of punk with Tokyo-inspired neon vibes, bringing us into the here and now with a nod to the futuristic.

“What an inspiring two days to spend with the amazing Suzie and Dylan,” commented YAT Team member Bevan Scott Clark from Hooker & Young. “I loved learning about the trends and recreating them, but just getting to work with Suzie and Dylan was by far the main highlight for me! I’d do it all over again tomorrow!”

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