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December 9, 2012

Vendela Kirsebom / Tara Desember 2012



photo: Bjør Opsahl
makeup: Lina Vasquez
hair: Eirik Thorsen / Adam og Eva / Pudder Agency / Loreal Proffessionnel Products & Sigrid Hesla Breie / Adam og Eva

December 1, 2012

Norwegian Avant Garde Hairdresser of the Year 2013 Contribution




photo: Steffen Oftedal
styling: Christina Ledang / Pudder Agency
makeup: Steven Pimjang
hair: Eirik Thorsen / Adam og Eva Grensen / Pudder Agency
model: Jørgen Linhard Johansen

Norwegian Hairdresser of the Year 2013 Contribution




photo: Kristoffer Drivdal Skjæringsrud
makeup: Cathrine Aas
hair: Eirik Thorsen / Adam og Eva Grensen / Pudder Agency
hair ass: Steven Pimjang
retouch: Marius Tank Nielsen
model: Marianne Lindbeck

November 29, 2012

CC Vest / Fashion Wonderland










photo: Fred Johnny
styling: Margrethe Gillboe / Pudder Agency
makeup: Anne Cecilie Olavesen / Pudder Agency
hair: Eirik Thorsen / Adam og Eva / Pudder Agency / Loreal Professionnel Products

November 14, 2012

Elle Norge / Desember 2012



photo: Jørgen Gomnæs
styling: Petra Middelthon
makeup: Anne Cecilie Olavesen / Pudder Agency
hair: Eirik Thorsen / Adam og Eva / Pudder Agency / Loreal Professionnel Products

November 5, 2012

Henne November 2012 / Maria Bonnevie






photo: Morten Qvale
styling / makeup: Linda Wickman / Pudder Agency
hair: Eirik Thorsen / Adam og Eva / Pudder Agency / Loreal Professionnel Products

October 14, 2012

Sassoon / Downtown










THE INSPIRATION
The city comes to life after a season of elegiac melancholy. New neon shoots are pushing through the cracks in the pavement and a spirit of anarchy breaks free. The latest Sassoon collection takes inspiration from the most avant-garde of artists: downtown New York's Stephen Sprouse who put 80's youth culture on the global catwalk; graffiti maestro Keith Haring who transformed street art into high culture and enigmatic hair stylist Christiaan, inventor of the buzz cut. Together these three pioneers and visionaries created a new visual language that directed the mood of the 80s and continues to influence popular culture today.

THE FASHION
This season the look celebrates extreme individuality and unorthodox beauty: Sixties inspired fluoro outfits cling to lean bodies, wet look sequinned dresses bring to mind Debbie Harry in her Blondie heyday. Faces are daubed with incandescent kool-aid colour. Camouflage capes combine in a kaleidoscope of colour.

THE CUTTING TECHNIQUE
Scissor over comb 'buzzed' areas achieve a tough, hard-edged look and are juxtaposed with longer frayed panels or shorter provokable lengths of disconnection, which give a new dynamic to Sassoon geometry. Fine strips of short hair act to separate the differences in internal shape and create texture change. Weave cutting and multi channelling break up uniformity and achieve a fresh feeling.

THE COLOUR TECHNIQUE
Colour is as eclectic as it is fun. Patterns of matt and shine all play a part this season. Irregular camouflage sections graduate up the head in extraordinary mixes of coral, powder blue, charcoal grey and silver. These 'shape on shape' sections contrast base tones of cool, soft and white blondes, warm copper and cool brown.