Pascal Del Natale’s Global Inspirations

Jan Hillenmeyer | February 28, 2013 | 2:04 PM
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Pascal Del Natale, stylist, salon owner and L’Oréal Professionnel Ambassadeur, is a world traveler who finds inspiration in the cultures of his favorite countries: Japan, Canada, Italy, Martinique and his native Belgium.
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. His passion for hairdressing gets a boost from each new exploration.
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“Women of today are fascinating,” says Del Natale “They must move between their professional and family lives and still maintain the elegance and beauty they never want to lose.”
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In his latest collection, Natale has something for all the women he encounters: precise styles, retro waves, extreme texture and an ornamental evening looks.
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Photography: Wilbur Nelissen. Make-up: Annick Cayot. Fashion Styling: Les Jardins d’Amarante
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