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Schwarzkopf Professional's Essential Looks: The Flex Collection Showcases Urban Cool Cuts and Colors

Alison Alhamed | September 23, 2016 | 9:14 AM
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Genderless

On the catwalks, the androgynous trend was showcased in the form of oversized jackets, wide trousers, baggy tops and v-necks. The cut is short and choppy, the styling smooth and sleek, featuring the palest blonde achieved with Igora Vario Blond Plus.

Each season, Schwarzkopf Professional debuts a new Essential Looks collection, taking inspiration from international fashion runways, social media influencers and celebrities. This season, they introduce three trends for Essential Looks 2.2016: Genderless, Athleisure and Koolblondes.

Creative director: Steve Hogan

International creative director: Simon Ellis

Hair: Tyler Johnston, Lesley Jennison, Richard Ashforth

Assistants: Joana Neves, Andrea Martinelli, Viola Landsky

Photographer: Karine Welter, Oliver Rust

Makeup: Gudrun Mueller assisted by Chiho Schwarzer

Fashion stylist: Lucy Manning assisted by Lilly Austin

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