For Salon’s September 2022 cover shoot, we partnered with Moroccanoil to showcase colour trends that have been brought to life with the brand’s new Professional Haircolor collection. “The inspiration for the shoot was the middle of winter when it’s so cold but then you get a beautiful, sunny day where the sun hits you,” says Kevin Hughes, global artistic director for Moroccanoil. “Even though it’s a fall/winter shoot, we wanted to make sure all of these looks had bold jewel and pastel colours going on, with colour blocking to really make the hair stand out.”
For the love of beauty: Makeup artist Wendy Rorong created statement eye looks to complement the bold wardrobe, but kept the rest of the makeup minimal to enhance the models’ natural beauty.
Led by global artistic director Kevin Hughes, the cover shoot featured work from Lisa Dinh, colour ambassador and Toronto- based colourist, along with Texas-based educator Tatiana Dudley.
Shot exclusively for Salon, the shoot included bold wardrobe styling by Mark John Tripp and featured a mix of vibrant hues and textures with a colour-blocking effect.
The team worked out of Lisa Dinh Hair Studio in Toronto to create and prep the looks, which featured lived-in coral and coppery red to platinum and high- contrast blonde.
Photographer Renata Kaveh encouraged the models to let loose and show off their personalities.
Double duty! For Dudley’s model, the team was inspired to create two looks, including one to showcase the model’s natural texture.
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