Atherton Cox and Leonardo Rizzo

Make it move

In Uncategorized by Nicky

The smart money for this year is on creating fabulously sophisticated imagery – as always – which showcases technically brilliant cutting skills but also can make it move. Yep! Keeping it real and attainable, even the most super-smooth, graphic shapes need to have zing! We adore these images below from Atherton Cox Art Team (above left) and Leonardo Rizzo (above right),  which are literally perfect examples of how to do it.

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Fusing the graphic cuts and technical precision with his signature trend-led finishes, Leonardo Rizzo’s latest collection is a powerful blend of both style and substance. We selected these looks to that demonstrate how chic styling plus movement are so successful

Hair by Leonardo Rizzo at Sanrizz. Make-up by Naoko Schintu. Styling by Rubina Marchiori. Photography by Andrew O’Toole

Source by Atherton Cox Artistic Team

A fabulous, strong collection from the Atherton Cox Artistic Team is inspired by the versatility of hair and celebrates texture, movement and structure. We selected these looks to show how you can play with a sense of movement while keeping the hair über-groomed. 

Hair by: Desmond Murray and the Atherton Cox Artistic TeamMake-up: by Jo Sugar • Styling by Deanne Lewis • Photography by Desmond Murray


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