Candy Pop Hair Collection by William De Ridder

Lauren Salapatek | February 16, 2015 | 12:49 PM
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The Candy Pop hair collection by Master Stylist William De Ridder features a series of short and playful haircuts featuring pastel colors. "After the dark economic period in 2008, fashion designers brought back 'le joie de vivre' with light and color," says Ridder. Ridder says he was inspired by this French phrase (which is often used in English to express a cheerful enjoyment of life).

This feminine and modern collection features wearable hair fashion with an edge.

Ridder also shared with MODERN that he will be headlining at America's Beauty Show in Chicago (2015) this year. "On stage we will be sharing our passion and positive energy for the beauty industry and our profession," he says. "We will be highlighting the Candy Pop collection -- which features a touch of European haute couture and hair couture."

Ridder will be performing as a guest of Cosmetologists Chicago. For more information visit the Runway and Headliner's section on America's Beauty Show's website.

De Ridder’s philosophy is “Beauty through Knowledge,” and he achieves this through his award-winning academy located in Bruges, Belgium.

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