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Hairstyles For The Multi-Faceted Woman From Rene Furterer

This summer, Philippe Tapprest draws us into his personal vision of a recomposed past. In a very free interpretation of history, the creative stylist presents an image of a multi-faceted woman.

(Image by Rene Furterer - hair by Philippe Tapprest - Photo by Brigitte Baudesson - Rene Furterer - All Rights Reserved).

Libertine, Romantique, Graphique in turn display clean lines, asymmetric square cuts and ultra-short fringes, Joan of Arc style, to lend a youthful vibe. In the Libertine version, volume is enhanced and hair is caught back into a spectacular plait, with a flashback to the 18th century, counterbalanced by modern fringe.

A remarkable creation accentuated by Rene Furterer Spray Gloss, which adds radiance and shine.

Romantique sees a tragic heroine, her hair swept high. Here and there, a few loose strands modeled with Cire Coiffante underline the character and originality of the style.

(Image by Rene Furterer - hair by Philippe Tapprest - Photo by Brigitte Baudesson - Rene Furterer - All Rights Reserved).

In Graphique, the neo-futurist look is illustrated by a short, highly stylized cut that plays on contrasts with hair left longer at the nape of the neck. While the past provides no end of inspiration for stylists, Philippe Tapprest's recomposed past is a past that's more than perfect.

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