Hairchitecture by FAHR 021.3 and Gijo gives hair styling a new meaning

June 18, 2012 Gaurav Sood Fashion

When it comes to hair styling fashion industry has always put forth something that may look outrageous at first glimpse but when one considers the creative aspect, it looks three folds better. As a part of the challenge from stylist GIJO, inspired by the European Capital of Culture in Guimarães 2012, this hair cut line designed in collaboration with FARH 021.3 (group of Portuguese architects working in Berlin) is amalgamation of hair styling and architecture. Taking it as well worth experimental challenge they joined forces and put forth this amazing Hairchitecture.

Playing perfectly with the angles of face the geometric patterns and shapes, Hairchitecture evokes the popular architecture in trend during the 60 and 70s era. The cuts are defined by the demonstration of the continuous line which is integral part of the design these two had in mind. To provide visible layering and asymmetric profile coloring to the hair is done, along with the hair rulers used to give desired lift and base for the design.

Via: DesignBoom