Geometric + Volume

Lauren Salapatek | July 11, 2011 | 12:16 AM
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Robin Barker, owner of Hair’Sociates in Toronto, showcases Spring 2011 styles here. The looks are a new take on a geometric cut, a super beehive and a bouffant flip.
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Tapping into his other creative talents, singing and song writing, Barker recently released a CD to benefit the Stephen Lewis Foundation, which supports children affected by AIDS in East Africa. As if that weren’t enough talent, Barker is also the photographer who captured this collection.
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His salon colleague Victoria Klimova created the make-up.
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