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Glam Grunge Collection '17 by Team Twins

October 18, 2016 | 12:02 PM
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To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Team Twins, Gea and Harma Renting from The Netherlands, created the Glam Grunge Gollection. Inspired by the '90s, this collection combines sporty looks with a grungy edge and a touch of glam.

The collection features fashion that's comfortable and look and promotes freedom of movement. Graphic shapes in the haircuts are combined with various forms of texture and rough curls. Team Twins used point cutting to create the playful results in many of the bangs found in the collection.

For hair color, the Twins combined youthful twists into traditional palettes: soft pastels on bases of natural colors, and cool and warm colors together.

For more information about Team Twins, visit www.teamtwins.nl/english.

CREDITS:

Hairstyling: Annet Veerbeek
Makeup: Darien Touma
Photography: Petra Holland

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