Ema Milgate – Hair boutique / Hair Dresser / Stylist
Sam Renton – Photographer / Designer
Brooke Thompson – Assistant Photographer
Lucy Renton – Model / Co Stylist
I wanted to achieve a modern twist to Twiggy’s sandy blonde. Rose gold is a favourite of this season; we kept the tones blonde but added a little rose pink to give it a peachy shine. The hair was lightly foiled, keeping fine sections to create texture.
Products used at the backwash included Coral Blush by Fudge Paintbox and a silver shampoo to tone the blonde to take out any unwanted tones.
I wanted to create the bionic sharp pixie cut but also leave some softness in the hair.
To get the Twiggy look, ask your stylist for a soft texture pixie bob. Keeping the hair one length on the top and texture underneath gives even the thinnest of hair a great strong look. The great thing about this style is it’s easy to manage and can be worn in different ways.
Use a medium round brush to create roundness and curve to the shape. Add in root boost to form a dryness to the scalp and finish off with some light spray to hold the style.
The products used were Sexy Hair (Big Sexy range), a medium-sized round brush, a comb to create sharpness.
A natural primer was used on the face followed by a foundation. The undertone of the primer catches the best of lights for a photo finish. The base was finished off with a magnifying pressed powder to seal. A coral bronzer was applied to give a peachy tint to the cheeks.
A grey/blue shadow was used on the eyes, which were lined with a gel eyeliner. I find a gel is the easiest liner to use, as it is more workable for the eyes. We used some false lashes the give a full affect to the eye and Lucy painted the lashes below freehand. This also can be achieved by Flash Lashes but I preferred this technique.
Products used: Primer, No 7 airbrush foundation, Mac studio fix powder, Mac coral blush, Maybelline gel liner, False Lashes.