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Diary of a Flapper by Matthew Tyldesley

Jan Hillenmeyer | July 25, 2013 | 7:29 AM
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Stylist and Redken artist Matthew Tyldesley and the team from his Louisville, Kentucky salon had long planned a 1920’s inspired shoot. Their timing was great with the opening of the latest film version of The Great Gatsby and the Jazz Age buzz that followed.
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Tyldesley and photographer Joey Goldsmith selected Louisville’s historic Nunnlea House as a back drop and sourced special jewelry and accessories to complete the look.
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Tyldesley used Redken styling products, including Hardwear Gel, Hot Sets, New Iron Shape and Control Addict to create finger waves, pin curls and vintage up styles.
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Make-up: Isidro Valencia. Fashion Styling: Genna Yussman.
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Jewelry: Lydia Muell and Ling-Hsiang Tsai. Hats by Hatariaville Hats Company
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