I cut Theofano’s hair and this time the only change haircut-wise was that I convinced her to leave her fringe longer and part it in the middle, so that it forms curtains. The curtain fringe has this rock-y Kate Moss thing about it which I love. It also brings the seventies in mind, you just have to think more Stevie Nicks and less Farrah Fawcett when styling it (ΝΟ FLICKING!!!). It certainly wouldn’t suit everyone’s style or face shape but I think it was a really nice change for Theofano. Colour-wise, I did the dip-dyed (or ombre, or lighter ends, or whatever you want to call it) look again but this time the light was placed closer to the roots. It’s just one of those trends that hasn’t died down yet, as we see two years after it first became huge. Maybe this has to do with it not being high-maintenance. Twice (three times max) a year is not a lot of visits to your hairstylist, is it?
Supermodel (and huge fashion icon) Kate Moss in 2007 (couldn’t find photo credit for these pictures).
Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks in the seventies. It is strictly ONLY the fringe I used as a reference (couldn’t find photo credit for this picture).
R.I.P. Farrah Fawcett, you were a true icon of the seventies but this fringe should be illegal by now. We have already celebrated its comeback (Madonna’s Hung Up, anyone?) and I think we shouldn’t deal with it again for the next 25 years or something (couldn’t find photo credit for this picture).