Fittingly, La Biosthetique’s Autumn Winter hair trends drew great inspiration from the brand’s home city. Paris is evident in looks that are full of distinctive character, personality and charm, inspired directly by the Siège du PCF, designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer.
The hair looks are comprised of dually rich and natural colours, from regal auburns to various shades of golden blondes. Retro short crops, with voluminous sculpted quiffs, sit alongside sleek and chaotic curls, and natural, tousled bobs. The combination of high fashion and commercial is indicative of La Biosthetique’s Parisian aesthetic.
The Siège du PCF, which inspired the looks, is an architectural mastery of shape and texture, created with smoked glass windows in the shape of an ‘S’. The bold curves and movement in these season’s hair trends mimic this unique architectural shape.
The makeup trends also draw on sophisticated but natural beauty, with a subdued colour palette and a focus on the basics – eyes, lips and nails. Techniques include silver and shimmering shades, graphic eyeliner and retro 60s inspired elements.
The three makeup looks range from Magnetic Eyes, to Sensual Glamour, to The Natural. Soft lilacs, golds and taupes dominate the colour palette, set against the vibrant auburn and blonde hair colour tones.
Inspired directly by Parisian architecture and beauty techniques both modern and retro, the new La Biosthetique trends convey the elegant Parisian woman to a tee – allowing their clients to create this look no matter where they are in the world.
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