Hair artistry is considerably the central aspect of beauty. It provides a great outlook on one’s personality; however, different artistry offers different perspectives. Therefore, neither individual should feel awkward trying new hair artistry.
Hair And Its Artistic Possibilities
A few weeks ago, from Workshop Experience, we talked about makeup as an artistic expression. We do not want to leave aside the hair artistry since it is also a fundamental part of a total look. This element has been transformed into an object to convey ideas, feelings, or simply as a fashion accessory. As in makeup, there are no limits. It is currently an actual work of art, and we want to update you on it.
Both in history and in different cultures, hair plays a significant role. In China, during the Tang dynasty, girls cut their long hair and used it for weaving. Their hair ornaments are one of the most beautiful in the world, and they have given great importance to hair styling throughout history. The way of wearing it, cutting hair, or hairstyles always marked the social, civil status, profession, or religion. In China, there are as many styles as there are regional customs.
Another example of culture is the Afro, a vital attribute of the African – American culture of the 1960s and 1970s. Its natural shape is achieved by regularly combing sections of hair close to the scalp. Then, moving down to the ends of the hair, i.e., it is combed from its base to the ends in an ascending manner. Afro has different variants, such as the Fuzzy wuzzy, the Jewfro, and the Afro puff. Lisa Farrell is one of the most recognized Afro hair artistry stylists of the moment.
Hair As A Work Of Art
We have several artists who dedicate themselves to the hair sector as true professionals. Social networks show us that there are no limits. We are referring to various intense hair dye colors, from pastel shades to brighter ones. Janine Ker takes up retro trends with razor-sharp blades and the rainbow range. However, the Californian artist-turned-stylist specializes in colorful hair designs and tattoos. She draws inspiration from fashion from the 60s to the 90s, punk and garage music, vintage fabrics and patterns, and old encyclopedias about nature.
Creative X- Pression is a creative studio that goes beyond traditional hairdressing. Spanish stylists whose names always sound in schools and salons thank their creative contribution to the sector. And it is that today one cannot speak of innovation in the industry without mentioning this trio formed by Marco Restrepo, Jorge Cancer, and José Luis Almendron. After twelve years of experience, they offer spectacular collections in which training and emotions mix in equal doses.
This is how customers feel after visiting saloons. Good looks, a pleasant external appearance, and perfect styling leave a good impression and can also open doors – privately and professionally. Therefore, hair is a matter of trust!
It is essential to have vision and originality to stand out in the world of hair artistry. Remember that it is a significant factor in the beauty and fashion sector. As we mentioned before, there are no limits.