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Keune Collection Spans Past and Present

Jan Hillenmeyer | November 7, 2013 | 2:05 PM
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Keune Haircosmetics has released “Between Past and Present,” a new seasonal collection for Fall and Winter 2013-2014.
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The wide-ranging styles encompass iconic looks of past decades that are easily transferable to today’s fashion conscious client.
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Christian Faircloth, education/creative director for Keune North America, sees hair fashion trending toward minimalist elegance with tone-on-tone color and a return to loose, symmetrical layers that favor natural wave and movement.
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Long, short or medium lengths in feminine, masculine or androgynous looks are all achieved with the complete range of Keune color, hair care, styling and finishing products.
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Hair by Rachel Geerman and the Keune Studio Team
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Art Director: Ilham Mestour
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Photography: Paul Bakker
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Make-up: Barbara Oliemans
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Keune Haircosmetics has released “Between Past and Present,” a new seasonal collection for Fall and Winter 2013-2014. The wide-ranging styles encompass iconic looks of past decades that are easily transferable to today’s fashion conscious client.

Christian Faircloth, education/creative director for Keune North America, sees hair fashion trending toward minimalist elegance with tone-on-tone color and a return to loose, symmetrical layers that favor natural wave and movement.

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