We just can’t get enough of these girlish pastel looks created by award-winning hairstylist and colourist Amy Gaudie.
Amy’s inspiration comes from the colourful macarons and the Coachella festival vibes, a combination that nobody could resist, to be fair! Additionally, she brings Palm Springs in the game, by creating a shape that represents a palm tree, complimenting the model’s features and personality.
‘I was further inspired by a young girl’s vision to attend the ultimate festival that is Coachella, and to incorporate colour and brightness, uniqueness and freedom into the looks. To capture this female’s ability to stand strong and embrace the colour in her life!’ she says. ‘Bringing my festival vision to life and emphasising my unique colour placement within my palm tree styling, I allowed the textural dimension of height to compliment the distinctive looks.’
The UK born stylist, business owner, Wella educator and Fashion Week veteran Amy Gaudie was personally requested by hair industry icon, Renya Xydis to be team leader for his NYFW exclusive Zimmerman show and has also directed Fashion Events in Paris and around Australia. Working alongside some of the industry’s leading talent, Amy remains at the forefront of the latest trends and techniques and her suggestions are always the dose of inspo we need.
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