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Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection

Tuesday, 20 February 2018 15:05

Johnnie Biles at Frank Agency for Fudge Professional was head Session Stylist at Alistair James' London Fashion Week Show for AW18: Sisters of the Moon.

References included cults, tribes, witches and early 80s punks. This decade saw sexual and cultural revolutions, which led to the formation of brethren and subcultures which extended far beyond traditional platonic families. Products used were also a celebration of the 80s, with mousses, gels and hairspray formats featuring heavily. 

 

STEP BY STEP: CHELSEA CUT

1. Apply water and Fudge Professional Xpander Foam to hair and comb forwards. Rough dry. 

2. Comb Fudge Professional Hair Gum from roots to ends. Apply heat, brushing hair forwards with styling brush whilst drying. 

3. Apply compression net and finish drying hair using a diffuser for a super flat finish on top. 

4. Apply Fudge Professional Hair Gum to ends for wispy, fluff free, finish. 

5. Finish with Fudge Skyscraper hairspray and tweak texture at crown to add interest. 


PRODUCTS USED 

Fudge Professional Xpander Foam

Fudge Professional Hair Gum

Fudge Professional Skyscraper

 

Hair: Johnnie Biles at Frank Agency for Fudge Professional 

Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews 

Photos: Thomas Cooksey 

 
  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



  • Alistair James' London Fashion Week AW18 Collection; Make-up: Kristina Ralph Andrews; Photos: Thomas Cooksey



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