Too Funky

We love the groovy vibes of Too Funky collection by Alexander Kiryliuk.

Too Funky recreates the vitality and excitement of the 80s with striking yet practical colours and haircuts. The energy of that time permeated everything, fashion, music, colours, hair.

The rebellion of the short haircut is combined with the intensity of colours that flee from naturalness to delve into the most unconventional individuality. A mix of disruptive textures and shades.

Excessive tones and different lengths are the sign of a fresh and irreverent attitude that reaches the present intact. The neon gradient colours, unstructured bangs and volumes invite us to a highly meditated chaos.

The modern short haircuts work perfectly with the funky colours and as the creator say ”comfort and versatility are values ​​on the rise to enjoy and carefree.”


Creative Team: SK Style Barcelona @skstylebarcelona, Hair: Alexander Kiryliuk @alexander_kiryliuk, Colour: Kílian Garrigós, Inna Lipkovich @kiliangarrigos @innalipkovich, Photography: David Arnal @davidarnalteam, Graphic Design: Javier Villalabeitia @javiervillalabeitia, Make-up: Miguel Silva @miguel.silvac, Styling: Ángel Cabezuelo @angelcabezuelo77, Accesories: Vedovka @vedovka, Video: German de la Hoz @german_delahoz

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