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March 14, 2010

Natasha Poly for Vogue Italia March 2010




Photographer: Craig McDean
Stylist: Tabitha Simmons

Lily Donaldson for www.nowness.com


Madonna for MDG

Photo: Steven Klein

MDG is a special collection of sun glasses for ladies designed by Madonna with Dolce & Gabbana, which will be out very soon and will continue until Feb 2011.

Linn / Loreal Color Trophy 2006 picture at Fretex Unika















Fretex Unika in Markveien is using one of my pictures from Loreal Color Trophy 2006 in their shop now. We won the audience award at the show which was held at Edderkoppen spring 2006.

photo: Evy Andersen
styling/makeup: Connie Berg
hair: Eirik Thorsen
model: Linn

March 13, 2010

Wella Trend Vision 2010



To give salon pros influential style and color direction for the upcoming seasons, Wella Professionals went to two of the most creative and inspiring minds in our industry; Wella Professionals Global Creative Directors Josh Wood and Eugene Souleiman.

For the first time Wood and Souleiman were the creative minds behind the looks. So what happens when to creative geniuses come together? Well, you get four absolutely stunning and inspiring looks that evoke and illustrate the modern woman in all her many facets and dimensions: urban, modern, self confident and extrovert.

Sassoon Academy Collection aw10/ Stage











Rules are there to be re-worked – and this season’s collection sees a subversive interpretation of the Sassoon house codes. Geometric principles are applied to hair but the end result is anything but geometric.

Under a street lamp’s sodium glow, by the backlit and graffiti
ed Friedrichstrasse, the young take centre stage. Modern lovers; post-ironic Romeos and Juliets, in leather worn with a studied laissez-faire. This is Berlin, a city of contradictions: a city in flux, poised between status and rebellion. A place to make your mark.


This season the strength of the Sassoon technique is used to build a criss-cross framework of horizontal and vertical channel cut lines that become invisible as long panels of hair cover short. ‘The couture craftsmanship of this technique can support any kind of tactile styling’ says Mark Hayes, International

Creative Director, ‘the innovative texture it creates can be exaggerated or undone, but always with complete control. Sharp lines are shrugged off in favour of a more jejeune approach.’

Colour glows from within the hair rather than standing out starkly on the surface and as the hair moves the irreverent hues punch through. ‘We’re using really strong colours that have a punk connotation but in a chic, crafted way – punk plus couture equals punkature,’ says Peter Dawson, European Colour Director.

Monochrome hair flashes kingfisher blue or flamingo pink, aquamarine goes ultra violet –cutting a dash has never been so crucial.