COLLECTION: Bonnie Strange's Great Lengths Extensions Makeover

Alison Alhamed | April 19, 2013 | 9:50 AM
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Hair: Dieter Ferschinger and Kathrin Haseler
Photography: Matthias Hornung
Fashion Styling: Bonnie Strange
Make-up: Timo Pfaff

In the international fashion world, cheeky and charming model Bonnie Strange is known for her eccentric and bold style through her personal fashion designs, Berlin clothing store, blog and social media presence. In spite of her “strange” look, in Germany, she represents beauty, quality and strength. The combination of these characteristics made her the perfect model to showcase the colors and looks achievable through Great Lengths extensions in multiple hair looks, including ombre hair color, a french braid and her classic orange style.

“We asked Bonnie to just be herself for this photoshoot,” says Dieter Ferschinger, a Great Lengths artist and partner in Austria, who created the hair for this collection. “Orange hair was Bonnie’s signature look for a long time— we wanted to show her in her real-life environment, at her beloved places and wherever she spends her free time in Berlin.”

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