HELLO HAIR!

1 Posted by - April 26, 2013 - LIFESTYLE

A great hairstyle always makes you look twice. We snapped some beautiful looks – from the quirky to the classic and a few in between. Sometimes the ultimate accessory is the mop you rock.

THE PIXIE CROP

Jackie Burger

@JackieELLESA

Editor, ELLE Magazine SA

Hairstylist: Dawid Kriel from Institute Aesthetic in Somerset West (021 851 4789)

Hair inspiration: I have always loved the very iconic styles; the bob, chignon and pixie. The pixie has always been a favourite, though. I remember being inspired by the likes of Audrey Hepburn, Mia Farrow and Twiggy but most of all by Jean Seberg. I love its minimalism; it always feels very modern and confident.

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THE FRINGE

Marishka Deniker

@marishka_d

Junior fashion editor, Glamour

Hairstylist: Mary Gouveia at In Hair Studio (021 558 4607 )

Hair inspiration: I guess it’s a mix between Mrs Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction) and the actress Rooney Mara.

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THE BOWL CUT

Astrid Delen

Florist

Hairstylist: Andrew Guilfoyle at Scar Hair (021 422 5900)

Hair inspiration: Coco Chanel minimalism and 1970s rock ‘n’ roll

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COLOUR THIS

Kelly Greening

@scarhair

Scar brand ambassador and hairstylist

Hair stylist: Andrew Guilfoyle from Scar Hair (021 422 5900)

Hair inspiration: David Bowie and Vivienne Westwood. I am inspired by people who like to let someone like me cut their hair. I love innovators, not followers.

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THE BRAIDED BUN

Bee Diamondhead

@bee_diamondhead

Junior fashion editor, Marie Claire

Hairstylist: Precious at Love Hair Salon (021 461 4375)

Hair inspiration: Everyone who knows me knows that my hair changes all the time! Sometimes I try something different every day. My hair is a reflection of my mood.

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UNDONE (when undone is the done thing for 2013)

Laura Windvogel

@DearDorothy

Art gallery curator’s assistant/freelance artist

Hairstylist: I started cutting my own hair at 16 and have done so ever since! I buy all my hair products from Jabula Hair (021 4217299)

Hair inspiration: Lisa Bonet in the 1980s, Macy Gray and Solange Knowles. I also love Emeli Sande’s cut although I don’t have the guts to go all blonde just yet!

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SHORT BACK AND SIDES

Mpho Seoposengwe

@phogi89

Journalism student

Hairstylist: Mike at the African Women’s’ Market and yes, this cut cost me R25! (021 422 3587)

Hair inspiration: I just wanted a new look for a fresh start.

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Photographs: Cindy Taylor

5 Comments

  • Antonio April 27, 2013 - 2:09 am Reply

    amazing !!!!! LOVE LOVE AND LOVE THIS PICTURES !!!!

  • Annelize April 27, 2013 - 10:57 am Reply

    This is a brilliant post, Jenna!

  • nomasonto April 28, 2013 - 8:44 am Reply

    beautiful hairstyle and it is so retro it looks amazing on you Phogi

  • Erla April 28, 2013 - 4:23 pm Reply

    Your best post by far so far.

  • Nomali April 29, 2013 - 11:57 am Reply

    JAckie is so regal! She werks this pixie cut. I’d so love to do Astrid and Mpho’s cuts!

    Great post

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