Inverso

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We love the editorial vibe and the mysterious atmosphere of this collection from Mikel Luzea. Inverso (Spanish for inverse) is another proof that hair can be a piece of art without exaggerating and eliminating all other elements of the picture.

In Inverso, hair is the main protagonist, without the support of other means than knowledge, raw materials and creativity. And this is how it becomes an art piece of the image, a complement that arises to become an object, transcending from its mere function. Volumes are clean and show great technical skill by not resorting to hairpieces or hairpins. It is a demonstration of the infinite possibilities that images present to transform our beliefs, the perspectives of what is real.

Inspiration

”When everything is reversed, it is time to turn the situation around to find the way, and sufficient clarity to grasp reality. A change in perspective, techniques, and resources always leads us to a different result that breaks with the predictable and expected” explains Mikel.

Intriguing…

Credits 

Hair: Mikel Luzea @mikelluzea  • Photography: David Arnal @davidarnalteam  • Make up: Alicia Najera • Styling: Eunnis Mesa @eunnismesa • Products: Revlon Professional @revlonprofessional_es

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