Textural swells and stylistic power were the aesthetic anchor of the Surge collection, created by hairdresser Daniella Barca and colourist Pina Mercuri, from Rokk Ebony and inspired by the rolling nature of the sea.
The connecting theme of the collection is the element of waves in their various forms, which bring to life more simplistic cuts, embolden styles with movement and offer rounded exaggerations and stretched shapes that give new meaning to the styling.
At its foundation, the collection was set by classic haircut concepts. “The shapes feature progressive tailored techniques that assist in creating the detail of the mouldable vibrations and rippled effects throughout the hair styling,” Danielle said. “Innovative colour application emphasises the contouring of the styled haircut shapes with clever placement and colour selections to enhance and compliment the individual. The styling is influenced by modern Japanese culture, featuring bold contrasting colours, raw edges and layered natural textures like linen and silk.”
Thematically, the waves champion individuality, using the bold, dynamic styles to support this aesthetic cause. The collection captures personality, attitude and emotion, while also drawing the viewer to its expert use of photography, beauty and hair design, showing off stellar cut, styling and colour skills.
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Hair stylist – Daniella Barca
Hair Colourist – Pina Mercuri
Makeup artist – Sarah Baxter
Stylist – Alanna Barca Gay
Photographer – Michaela Barca
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