COLLECTION: Raw Spectrum by Jo Bellamy

Lauren Salapatek | May 30, 2013 | 11:10 AM
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Raw Spectrum by Jo Bellamy features vivids and bolds with color pops through the hair color. The vision for this collection was to be able to show movement through color, to explore really organic textures and look to marry elements of the fabrics used in the styling to both contrast and compliment the shape and form of the hair.  

From an era of New Romantics depicted through a tangible nod to Ziggy Stardust in image three, to a deconstructed pompadour inspired by pin up Betty Grable in image four, this collection is a modern take on icons of yesterday.

There is an element of nostalgia conveyed by the slight sepia tone of the backdrop, and yet the collection remains progressive through each girlʼs modern editorial poise.

For more information about Jo Bellamy Hair, visit


Collection: Raw Spectrum
Hair: Jo Bellamy
Photography: Karla Majnaric
Make-up: Isabella Schimid
Styling: Alicia Doust

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