COLLECTION: Color in Motion by Ryan Nicoletti-Dowd

Lauren Salapatek | December 19, 2013 | 8:24 AM
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A finalist in the 2013 British Hairdressing Awards, Ryan Nicoletti-Dowd at Wigg Hairdressing for Joico created this "Color in Motion" collection.

“Colour in Motion was the theme for my 2013 British Hairdressing Award collection. This year, I wanted to encapsulate a feeling of weightlessness motion in each image. With this in mind, the hair took a polished and structured feel, allowing the movement in the styling to truly enhance the image. The combination of block colour styling, multi-tonal hair colour and weightless movement were used to for fill my desire to make this a truly mesmerising collection," says Nicoletti-Dowd.


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Hair: Ryan Nicoletti-Dowd at Wigg Hairdressing for JOICO

Photography: Barry Jeffery

Styling: Kate Jeffery

Make-up: Beth Alderson

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