Label.m Hair Trends Announced at Appreciation Event

Lauren Salapatek | November 15, 2012 | 2:16 PM
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Label.m recently held a catwalk presentation featuring their new advertising campaign and launch in the United States. The event demonstrated looks by Label.m Men, London Fashion Week (Label.m sponsors over 70 shows), and their predicted hair/color/style trends for 2013.

MODERN got a front row seat at the event and witnessed the trends first hand. First to grace the runway were their 2013 trends which showcased heavy fringes, 1960's voluminous blowouts and bobs with chunky layers. Next to take the stage were Label.m Men where undercuts, graduated styles, teardrop fringes and flat tops were presented as predicted male trends for 2013. The last presentation featured styles from London Fashion Week, models hair styles were a combination of braids, twists and "Minnie Mouse" hair.

"Label.m Professional hair care is developed by an International Artistic Team led by Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck. The product line up is a continuously evolving range of session-stylist solutions that are tested rigorously for optimal performance wtih salon conditions." --Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck, Global Creative Director.

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