Hair: Andrew Collinge, Errol Douglas, Mark Woolley, Nick Irwin
Photography: Anthony Mascolo
Make-up: Jose Bass
Denman International is celebrating its 75th year and five of the superstars that have used the famed Classic D3 brush to create their own iconic silhouettes have pooled their talents to design these inspiring finishes, shown here exclusively in MODERN. These internationally recognized British hairdressing ambassadors devoted their time and expertise to create a photographic collection of looks that show the versatility of Denman tools.
Anthony Mascolo, Andrew Collinge, Nick Irwin, Errol Douglas and Mark Woolley collaborated to create a collection evoking pivotal moments from the ’60s through today, donating time to pay tribute to the D3 that each believes helped him along the way.
| click image to zoomAndrew Collinge, Creative Director, Andrew Collinge Hairdressing, created soft and sexy finishes that evoke a modern interpretation of the silhouettes of the ’60s and ’70s. The flattering fringes and soft face frames are timeless, looking as modern today as they did decades ago.
|| click image to zoomErrol Douglas, of Errol Douglas salon, chose a model with a short, classic cut. Using Denman tools, Douglas moved the hair up, over or down, celebrating the versatility of short hair.
| click image to zoomMark Woolley took a fresh approach to a classic bob. Playing with the parting and texture, Woolley altered the balance of the shape with varying weight lines, while showing how powerfully a look can change when curl is added.
|| click image to zoomNick Irwin, TIGI Global Creative Director, went fashion forward, enhancing the sleek and shiny Sassoon-inspired bob on his model. The length is used to create either a soft, feminine design, or a powerful, aggressive finish.