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Collection: Gucci Nanna

Deidre BarlowEmbrace your inner Deidre Barlow (off Corrie) and check out this captivating collection with the best name EVER! Gucci Nanna is the handiwork of Joan Novak (colour) and Renee Africa (style) who have done for hair what designer Alessandro Michele has done for the Gucci fashion label – resuscitated it with his stupendously, successful vintage-retrieving design formula.

Gucci Nanna
Pic courtesy of @gucci on Instagram

There’s so much that mesmerises us, and we’re just talking about the hair. From the cleverly worked colour to the quirky updates on some old-school styles, Joan is definitely worthy of her 2019 Master Colourist title at the Contessa awards in Canada. 

Haircolor: Joan Novak, hairstylist: Renee Africa, make-up: Melissa Jones, photography: Kale Friesen

For more of the latest collections, click HERE.

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