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Anthony’s work is all about empowered women who aren’t afraid to express their femininity and sexuality, here the Avlon advocate shares his seven favourite images

1 Colour pops

Strong neon colours were used to create this street-style look. My images show women wearing their hair, not the hair wearing them.

2 Model muse

This model was a muse – I’ve used her for several years in shows, shoots and seminars. This Grace Jones-inspired image made me a finalist at the British Hairdressing Awards.

3 The missing piece

I love this 70s style Afro shape –I wanted to create a looser texture through the hair. It’s from my Space odyssey collection, which was influenced by my music.

4 Smooth operator

A modern-day version of a Purdey haircut taken from the Rebel Roots collection – which focused on the girls that break the rules.

5 Rainbow grunge

I’ve love using creative colour and editorial styling to express individuality. This shot from the Kaleidoscope collection experimented with colour and graphic cuts.

6 Double trouble

This was the first time I’d done a group shot. My Neon collection mixed graphic shapes with soft texture and drew from different colour palettes.

7 Mullet over

The Levitation collection centred on soft and beautiful flowing shapes. Yes it’s a mullet, but it’s still incredibly feminine.

This article appears in the March 2022 Issue of Hairdressers Journal

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This article appears in the March 2022 Issue of Hairdressers Journal