Day to Night

July 11, 2011 | 12:20 AM
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“I have a lot of clients that love the NYC scene, but can’t be too funky. Avant garde hair is great, but these clients can’t use it. This look relates to the client.” —Adeline Chung-Feder
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Adeline Chung-Feder, Aloxxi artistic team member, and co-owner (with her husband) of Bodhi salon in Brooklyn, New York, created this versatile color that can be worn conservatively or with a slight punk edge. “The peek-a-boo color works for the day, and at night. With the right styling, it allows the client to express herself.” —Adeline Chung-Feder
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Hair: Adeline Chung-Feder Photography: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: Nisa Fashion styling: David Widjaja
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