Denman Brand Ambassador Mark Woolley's Broke Weight-Line Collection is versatile, British and one that showcased the fusion between cut and color using broken weight lines.  

Credits:

Hair: Mark Woolley and the Electric Art Team

Photography: John Rawson

Make-up: Jo Sugar

Styling: Jared Green

Tools: Denman

The Sixties Inspired Mid-length Broken Weight Line

Cut classic and heavy – elevated 45% from head and the perimeter was broken using point cutting technique.

Tools used: Denman Cutting Comb and Denman D3 for blow drying and finished with electrical stylers.

The Undercut Bob

Maximum versatility and a precision cut weight line onto the cheekbone to reveal a bold yet feminine shape.

Tools used: Denman Cutting Comb, Denman D3 and finished with electrical stylers.

The Quiff

The undercut bob transformed into a high quiff, this strong look demonstrates the styles versatility.

Tools used: Denman Tail Comb and a Denman Head Hugger Brush

The Heavy Crop

Strong broken weight line along the perimeter of the hair, resulting in a quirky British 60’s inspired shape. Natural movement retained in the interior to allow movement.

Tools used: DenmanCutting Comb, Denman D3 and finished with electrical stylers.

The Structured Curl

Natural curls were given maximum texture and form using small and medium rollers the hair was then teased into a strong angular shape to promote the broken weight line theme.

Tools used: Electrical stylers to enhance and define curls.

The Future of Smooth

Electric’s signature look for long hair; the weight line falls forward at a 45 degree angle from the shoulders resulting in the hair looking fuller, healthier with soft movement.

Tools used: Denman Cutting comb,Denman D4 Classic Styling brush and D83Paddle brush and finished with electrical stylers.

The Molded Hair Up

An editorial hair up created by separating the hair into 3 sections

The warm blond was achieved by highlighting the full head

Tools used: Denman D91 Dress-Out brush and D81M Grooming brush

The British Bowl

This high impact shape has a strong broken weight line perimeter resulting in a beautiful yet quirky British shape with strong 60’s influence.

Tools used: Denman Cutting Comb, Denman D3 and finished with electrical stylers.