Hairdressers Journal
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1 This was the cover of the annual TONI&GUY Look Book in 2016 and paid homage to architect Zaha Hadid, who made her mark designing incredible curved shaped buildings.

Razor Sharp

2 This is from my 2021 London Hairdresser of the Year winning collection. It’s a timeless silhouette but the rounded shape of the cut gives it a 1920s vibe.

Lady in Red

3 Shooting from the back has become a bit of a trademark for me.The power of detail and placement of irregular disconnections is really dynamic.

Silver Lining

4 The pose, the sunglasses, the hair - this image was all about paying homage to 1990 fashion icons, balancing delicacy with confidence.

Blue Wave

5 This is bold – and the ultimate gender-fluid style. No style should be defined by who is wearing it, it's all about how you’re wearing it.

Blurring The Lines

6 This was from my first London Hairdresser of the Year winning collection, so it's very special to me. Strength and delicacy collide resulting in a gentle flow of the hair texture.

Free Flowing

7 This cut is a tribute to TONI&GUY’s iconic Transient haircut which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.The look encompasses textures, shape and colour creating a 70s vibe.

Feathered Fantasy

This article appears in the June 2022 Issue of Hairdressers Journal

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This article appears in the June 2022 Issue of Hairdressers Journal