Freedom from Intercoiffure Mondial

Jan Hillenmeyer | December 8, 2011 | 2:59 PM
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Intercoiffure Mondial brings us “Latin America’s Most Beautiful Hair” with “Freedom”, its 2012 trend release. The collection is the result of a collaboration among top hairdressers from six South American countries who form the ICM Latin America Creative Team.
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Freedom is comprised of four themes: Label Rats, Bohemian Freedom, Primary Freedom and Elitist Freedom. These themes include styles that range from short and punky to flowing waves, Afro textures and ultra glam updos.
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The Freedom collection was conceived by ICM President Klaus Peter Ochs and Mauricio Pina, fashion director of Latin America.
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The Latin America Team, in addition to Pina, includes Manno Escobar of Brazil, Pablo Espinoza of Argetina, Silvia Saladino of Chile, Koko Caceres of Peru, Dino Gallitelli of Paraguay, Fabio Sciuto of Uruguay and Junior ICM members Marcela Normande of Brazil and Patricia Castro Ramirez of Chile.
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Photography: Jean Pierre Kruze
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Make-up: Jacquelin Gelsi, Miguel Estelrich and Monique Casado.
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Intercoiffure Mondial's 2012 Artistic Team, comprised of top Latin American stylists, created the Freedom Collection.

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