Marie Simone, owner of Shi Salon in St. Louis, loves naturally textured hair and decided to find a way to “bump up” textured styles.
Marie Simone, owner of Shi Salon in St. Louis, loves naturally textured hair and decided to find a way to “bump up” textured styles.
Her Nat Glam collection breaks some rules and takes a creative turn with the use of rope to create new styles, fresh color and unique textures while charging up the creative process.
Her Nat Glam collection breaks some rules and takes a creative turn with the use of rope to create new styles, fresh color and unique textures while charging up the creative process.
“I thought it would be fun and challenging to make rope look like hair and to treat it as such by playing with texture and adding color,” says Marie Simone.
“I thought it would be fun and challenging to make rope look like hair and to treat it as such by playing with texture and adding color,” says Marie Simone.
Shredded twine, corn row extensions and nylon rope were worked into the hair to update the classic updo, bob and afro.
Photography: Roberto Ligresti. Make-up: Roshar
Shredded twine, corn row extensions and nylon rope were worked into the hair to update the classic updo, bob and afro. Photography: Roberto Ligresti. Make-up: Roshar
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Marie Simone, owner of Shi Salon in St. Louis, loves naturally textured hair and decided to find a way to “bump up” textured styles.
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Marie Simone, owner of Shi Salon in St. Louis, loves naturally textured hair and decided to find a way to “bump up” textured styles.
Her Nat Glam collection breaks some rules and takes a creative turn with the use of rope to create new styles, fresh color and unique textures while charging up the creative process.
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Her Nat Glam collection breaks some rules and takes a creative turn with the use of rope to create new styles, fresh color and unique textures while charging up the creative process.
“I thought it would be fun and challenging to make rope look like hair and to treat it as such by playing with texture and adding color,” says Marie Simone.
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“I thought it would be fun and challenging to make rope look like hair and to treat it as such by playing with texture and adding color,” says Marie Simone.
Shredded twine, corn row extensions and nylon rope were worked into the hair to update the classic updo, bob and afro.
Photography: Roberto Ligresti. Make-up: Roshar
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Shredded twine, corn row extensions and nylon rope were worked into the hair to update the classic updo, bob and afro. Photography: Roberto Ligresti. Make-up: Roshar

Marie Simone, owner of Shi Salon in St. Louis, loves naturally textured hair and decided to find a way to “bump up” textured styles. Her Nat Glam collection breaks some rules and takes a creative turn with the use of rope to create new styles, fresh color and unique textures while charging up the creative process.