Mosaic Collection: Futuristic Color

Lauren Salapatek | March 21, 2013 | 1:18 PM
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“Bright bold colors will be the hottest hues for spring/summer 2013—pink, blue and yellow in particular. Ash browns and golden strawberry blondes will be strong commercially.”
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“With color, baliage continues to be huge through the coming summer season as well as ombre. Instead of lighter ends, brighter and muted color will be big as well, as reverse ombre roots and darker or brighter ends.”
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“Bobs will also remain in fashion, but I see them staying longer with middle parts and no fringe, or short, quirky fringes. Long hair will have middle parts with a ‘barely there’ wave.”
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“Shorter hair cuts will make a big return. They will be precisely cut with bold, external lines, lots of undercuts and elements of texture and disconnected panels.”
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“Double eyeliner will be huge, in keeping with the futuristic theme. With such strong eyes, the lips need to disappear with the nude tone.”
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“Dramatic looks reminiscent of the futuristic movie, The Hunger Games, will be a striking new look for spring/summer 2013.”
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Danielle Blakeley, creative director of Yoshiko Hair in St. Kilda, Melbourne, Australia, created this “Mosaic” collection which draws inspiration from futuristic color and cuts. “I wanted to create a collection that moved away from safe natural tones. Strong color is everywhere on the catwalks, in particular Comme de Garcons and Burberry. That’s what inspired me to create lots of color in this collection.”

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