Colorful Lace Skull

Now you can achieve this avant-garde style straight off the runway!  Created by Eugene Souleiman for Maison Margiela FW16 at Paris Fashion Week.

PRODUCTS & TOOLS

  • COMB
  • SECTIONING CLIP
  • TEASING BRUSH
  • TEXTURE SPRAY
  • custom colored or purchased COLORFUL HUMAN HAIR EXTENSION WEFT
  • CLOTHING IRON or FLAT IRON
  • FOIL
  • SHEARS

DIRECTIONS

 (COLORED HAIR PIECE PREP)

  1. Using COLORFUL HUMAN HAIR EXTENSION WEFT in color of your choice lightly tease & spray with  HAIRSPRAY.
  2. Using cutting SHEARS cut the top section off of the weft. *The strip that the hair is sewn into.
  3. Take a small section of the teased hair and gently pull apart to create a small web of lightly teased hair.
  4. Lay the web of hair in between two pieces of FOIL & iron hair with a CLOTHING IRON.  * A FLAT IRON can also be used.
  5. Repeat steps 3-4 until all teased hair has been ironed.
  6. Once cool gently pull the two pieces of FOIL apart and you are left with a web of colored hair.

(STYLE)

  1. Start on naturally textured dry hair. Use a COMB create a center part.
  2. Part hair horizontally from ear to ear and secure the top section with a SECTIONING CLIP.
  3. Generously spray HAIRSPRAY from the horizontal part to the nape of the neck and smooth with a TEASING BRUSH to form hair to head.
  4. Create another horizontal part about an inch above the 1st horizontal parting and repeat step #3.
  5. Repeat step #4 until you reach the crown and all hair is formed to head.
  6. Take the colored webs of hair and layer them using your fingers to form to the head.  Lightly spray with HAIRSPRAY.
  7. Pull strands from the web past hairline and across forehead.
  8. Pull strands from the web at the nape of the neck down to blend with the rest of the hair.
  9. Spray the hair left out below the nape of neck with a TEXTURE SPRAY and work with fingers to finish this avant garde style!

 


Photographer ANGELA MARKLEW, Model ASHLEY GRAVES @ PHOTOGENICS LA, Makeup ANTHONY MERANTE @ FR8ME ARTISTS, Hair ASHLEY LYNN HALL @ ART DEPARTMENT