Hidden Shapes

Elizabeth Jakaitis | August 28, 2015 | 11:04 AM
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Circles, curves and contrast inspired the tailored cuts in this collection by Katie DeLuca, a Salon Lofts stylist based in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. Curved shapes add a softness and femininity to contrast the harsh precision.


DeLuca reveals that there are hidden shapes—a circle, square and triangle—within the sectioning of each cut. These underlying shapes create a clean perimeter and texturized interior within each look.


“These shapes will give clients a versatile cut with minimal styling required,” DeLuca says. “The strength of the perimeter makes the hair always look styled, even if client just rolled out of bed.”


Hair: Katie DeLuca

Photography: Hannah Dexter

Makeup: Elizabeth Cook

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