1969

Ellie Henkel

We are seriously impressed with the new 1969 collection from Schwarzkopf Professional’s 2021 Young Artistic Team. The 60’s were a pretty iconic decade in the world of fashion and we love how the YAT team have portrayed some of trendiest looks.

1969 shows the ‘big hair’ we know and love but we can also see the transition of the meaning of ‘big hair’ going from height to width. You say 60’s and the beehive automatically springs to mind, but in 1969 we can see the start of the 70’s hippy with curls and bandanas. 

Woodstock inspired collection by the Schwarzkopf Professional 2021 Young Artistic Team.

Credits

Creative Direction: Gary Hooker & Michael Young • Photographer: Michael Young • MUA: Claire Evans • Stylist: Clare Frith • 2021 Young Artistic Team: Alannah Finnegan – Natural Hair Company, Alijah Nerheim – Rainbow Room International, Lucy Routledge – Foster London, Rachel Kirk – Brassy 2 Sassyy

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