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Multi-Culture Coifs

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 6:21 PM

Multi-cultural models on the runways this season wore unique styles that complemented and celebrated the couture designs they wore.

All photos by John Perez unless otherwise noted.

Multi-Culture Coifs

The Wella Australia team created these fun, tight curls at Sass & Bide.

Multi-Culture Coifs

Almog and the Rusk Fashion Hair Team created fresh, long soft curls from a center parting at Mara Hoffman.

Multi-Culture Coifs

The John Sahag Workshop team headed by Karmela Lozina and Jutta Weiss for Linea Pro created this asymmetrically coiled up-do. 

(Photography by Peter Lueders for Linea Pro Titanium Flat Iron)

Multi-Culture Coifs

Always the best show for fashion, fun and hair, this piece-y, spikey updo was created by Italo for Redken at the Betsey Johnson show.

Multi-Culture Coifs

Linea Pro Titanium Flat Iron created sophisticated faux bobs for the Baby Phat show. 

(Photography by David Webber for Linea Pro Titanium Flat Iron)

Multi-Culture Coifs

At Twinkle, David Cruz for Redken worked multi texture with a soft root and fuzzy-ended silhouette.

Multi-Culture Coifs

This multi-textured, asymmetrical bob by Edris for FHI Heat was a hit during NY Fashion Week at the Tracy Reese show.

 

 

 

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