ALL THAT HAIR AVANT GARDE CREATIONS UNVEALED

Last month’s All That Hair show was the launch of our new luxury Gold Class Clip-In range and our founder, Inanch Emir, stunned us with her avant garde creations. Most of the looks worked with these clip-ins, so let’s take a closer look at just how she created these incredible creations…

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Imogen: Working with a spider frame, Inanch plaited hair to cover the shape with basket weave. Three Clip-Ins were added for uber-volume for hair to tumble down with the spider-legs dangling over the top.
‘The Basket Cases’ – Charlotte: her hair was plaited from her parting into a wide triangle to secure the hair, donuts were applied to the sides of her head with Clip Ins covering this, before crimping her own hair and securing into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck.
Jess: Starting with the flat sheets of hair, Inanch ripped sections to form individual tulip shapes with gold glitter centres. A clip in added length and volume for blending when backcombed to the tulips.
‘The Pirate Hats’ Anastasia: the spectacular sculptures wrapped in hair and with Clip Ins draped to flow and move with the model’s movement.
‘Twelve Twists’ – Laura: Twirling long hair extensions into twelve twists onto a head piece sitting down the centre parting down the hair to create a Mohawk. Two Clip Ins added length and volume to the sides.
‘The Fan’ & ‘The Tulip’ Juste: Creating sheets of hair by slowly building this up before creating the pleated fan and sprayed with gold and wrapped around her head.
Ianthe: Sleek flower was sculpted to the front of the head with clips in added down the back into a double ponytail with plenty of texture.
Imogen: Working with a spider frame, Inanch plaited hair to cover the shape with basket weave. Three Clip-Ins were added for uber-volume for hair to tumble down with the spider-legs dangling over the top.
‘Flower Power’ – Daisy: A Clip In was added to a wire to sculpt into 12 large and 12 small flowers placed and sewn onto a chunky plait.
‘The Pirate Hats’ Nena: the spectacular sculptures wrapped in hair and with Clip Ins draped to flow and move with the model’s movement.

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All of the preparation was made by Inanch Emir herself and was assisted on the night by her salon team members Lee McCrudden, Ivan Rachev and Alessandro Spitaleri alongside fellow Gold Class extenionists Anne Veck, Nicola Smyth and Elisa Didymus.

…and with a sprinkling of gold glitter, hair graffiti spray and gold make up; the models shone.

“This was my first real venture into the Avant Garde world and creating something experimental with our hair and I loved it. I spent a lot of time looking at various textiles and textures for inspiration before playing with the hair.” Inanch Emir

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