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Fudge Professional at LFW Men's AW17 by Topman Design

Monday, 09 January 2017 10:59

Grease & Grind by created by Session Stylist Matt Mulhall for Fudge Professional at London Fashion Week Men's AW17 Topman Design show and was inspired by punk/rave fused with working-class dockside grit and determination.

 

Raw, lived-in hair with a natural shine that is touchable and malleable. Its loose texture and jagged edges take inspiration from the dock workers and the raving scene.

 

How to create the look? Here's the 3-stage step-by-step using Fudge Professional products: 

1. On dry hair, spray Fudge Professional Tri-Blo all over to create the core foundation; 

2. Apply Fudge Professional Curve Maker liberally into palms of hands and rub directly into the roots and ends of hair section by section. Blow-dry product in flat to the head; 

3. To set the style in place, finger in Fudge Professional Hair Shaper through the ends to create jagged edges and then rub excess product on top of the head to create shiny finish. 

 

Products used: 

Tri-Blo

Curve Maker

Hair Shaper  


To buy Fudge Professional CLICK HERE   

 

Photos: Jason Lloyd Evans

 

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