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Get the Look: vin + omi @ LFW SS18 by Fudge Professional

Tuesday, 26 September 2017 15:21

The collection takes inspiration from Mad Max films and a nod to Debbie Harry’s 70s Punk; think apocalyptic futuristic punk.

“I wanted the hair to have lots of structure and shape using contrasting textures such as slick smooth foundation with a dry matt hair finish,” says Jake Gallagher. “Both the guys and girls are wearing the similar looks but with each finished style as a slight variation and finish.

“With Debbie Harry’s look, this is a take on her punk days but with a futuristic element; twisted knot sections with a contrasting black and blonde textured hair finish. Fudge Professional is a great partnership for this brief – it’s anti-ordinary ethos works perfectly for the show and looks.”

“Apocalyptic Punk” by Jake Gallagher for Fudge Professional


1. Hair weft was coloured black using Fudge Professional Headpaint for a contrasting colour effect 

2. The wefts were gripped to a hair piece and knotted together to create height and contrasting textures, hair was spritzed with Fudge Professional Matte Hed 
spray for hold 

3. Ends were finished with Fudge Professional Gloss for 
high shine 


1. Prep hair with Fudge Professional Tri Blo from mid lengths 
to ends and blow dry smooth 

2. Apply Fudge Professional Hair Gum all over the hair and 
brush smooth, part into three slick sections, securing with hair elastic, create tight pony tails then plait each section using Fudge Professional Skyscraper for hold 

3. Next add hair wefts to the plait foundation and secure with Kirby grips. Looping and twisting the hair weft so each look has its own slight variation, iron the loose ends for a strong structure finish and then spray with Fudge Professional Matte Hed for a dry hold and finish

4. Finish with Fudge Professional Gloss to hair piece to make them super shiny and tame any flyways 


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Photos: James Basire  


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