In Pakistan, hairs are the ultimate style statement. How good are your hair trends is what matters to the people of the country. Fashionable hair trends have grown in the past five years. But what we just got is astonishing. The fresh ramp walk of Toni & Guy Lond Fashion Week Hair trends, the talk of the town!
The hair play is on!
The best international hairdressing brand and the only global salon chain Toni and Guy joins hands with Label M. The two or as they state “#WeAreTwo” have planned to astonish the Pakistani hair freaks. They are bringing to us straight from the London Fashion Week Runway, the latest hair trends of the season.
The initiative was to encourage hairdressers on the latest hair trends and the performance through the pioneering use of their products. Being the first of its kind for both the brands, it welcomed international hairdressers who flew in from the United Kingdom.
Label M’s International Educational Director, Gary France and International Ambassador, Max Lamparter and the Toni and Guy team including Shammal Qureshi conducted the workshop aimed at educating the local stylist community about international trends and how they can be incorporated into the local fashion landscape.
There was a hair cutting segment, which showed the audience, how the stylists can create the perfect look making your facial features more prominent. Not only that, the other segments featured hair styling techniques for both men and women. From the resurrection haircut to the frizzy curly hair, we saw these maestros doing what they do best. Creating the frizzy curly hair look for a person with straight hair is usually a challenge for the stylists here, but this was demonstrated just right at this workshop.
From hairstylists to journalists, the event was attended by everyone with an interest in hair fashion. It was not just about transforming the hair trends for females, but for men as well. Permed hair and carrying fashion hair colors on the ramp was something new for the industry here.
As Gary France said , “The hairdressers need to style according to the client’s personality, so it stands out more keeping the styling aesthetics in mind.”
With so much room to play with hair, with so many techniques to experiment with, especially with the hair texture of Pakistanis, this certainly opened up doors for future fashion shows to adapt to these international trends, as we have in other fields.
These trends have already made their mark in the international industry and are now a welcome sight in the Pakistani market. The idea for the partnership is all about embodying fashion and eloquence, regardless of age, gender or cultural surroundings.