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Colour me, bad (AF).

“Clothes make the [wo]man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.”

Aug 2, 2019

Words: Ash Burns

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“Clothes make the [wo]man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” — Esteemed American writer, Mark Twain.

One of the biggest, if not the biggest, event on the hairdressing calendar is Hair Expo Australia, held in Sydney in early June each year. It’s a special occasion that brings the most talented hair and beauty professionals together to celebrate the industry.

Becc Snow, owner of Alchemy Hair & Makeup, Traralgon, and the creator of this ruby red spread, is attending the Hair Expo Awards, and we wish her all the very best for this prestigious affair.

Shoot Credits
Hairstylist: Becc Snow
Photographer: Andrew Northover
Art Direction: Si Billam / TVFH
Model: Laura Jaeger
Hair Assistant: Ely Stayches & Madison Robertson
Makeup: Elle James
Styling: Huw Ward
Videographer & social media: Jacqui Alford–Crofts

Gippslandia #11 - Fashion Department. - Colour me, bad (AF).

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