Mark Woolley, hairstylist, founder and creative director for Electric London, welcomed U.S.-based educator, DJ Muldoon and Contessa 2019 Canadian Colourist of the Year winner, Joan Novak in the brand’s Electric Sessions.
These sessions, meant to educate and keep hairstylists on top of the latest trends and techniques, take place at the Electric Studio in Brighton as well as on the road across both Canada and the U.S.
To kick off the night, Woolley welcomed the duo into the “#ElectricFamily,” where they each presented looks styled using Electric Professional products.
The first look featured a disconnected bob at the jawline with layers on the top section by DJ Muldoon, with a subtle reflection on the platinum blonde hair by Novak, creating a contrast and adding an Electric twist.
Woolley then took the stage, presenting a 70s-inspired mullet using a point cutting technique; followed by Sean Dawson from the Electric Art Team, who showcased a take on a 70s-inspired drawing inspiration from Debbie Harry. His creation included an asymmetric interior haircut with a side part and square layers.
DJ Muldoon and Novak then returned to show off their final look; a sharp cut with short, chopped layers and a micro fringe with rich, yet subtle colour details to complete the look.
Woolley said, “What a night! It was great to welcome DJ Muldoon and Joan into the #ElectricFamily and share their skills and passion for the craft. The night was the ideal display of cool mod with a great British vibe which really showcased the new Electric Professional products coming to salons soon.”
Credits: Electric Hairdressing London
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