Up and Away: Vintage Updos Video
Wella's star hairstylist Eugene Souleiman and colorist Josh Wood sharetheir inspirations for the punk twist on this classic '50s style.
Hi. My name is Eugene and we are on set and working for Marie Claire and we are doing a very modern type on 50's offers. In the 50's year, there's no way you would get your hands anywhere near, someone's have to say it was kinda pleased to think. What I've tried to really do is paint those shades and completely change the textures and above the heads big. The hair doesn't feel as if you can't put your hands and you feel this kind of light of lifetime kind of energy in the hair. Also, and what we're very good friend with one judge who was in his function amazing colors for us. Eugene and I really wanted to kinda create reference her from 50's. But we felt that the hair color have look incredibly modern in comparison some kinda salmon pink, somewhat violet. But you know failed me to pale and really beautiful. For me, the thing that makes colors are we different is we've colored wounds and just hang up. But they're like blended softer rose. They're not like black, kind of hard, kind of on care four hands it's been left to go. They're found in a very sheet way. I like to play between natural hair color and something that you know could be flat in fate you think, but I think looks really funky spring. In (??) creating director. The color it's really important that we kinda communicate so that we can get this dial and colors really fitting well together. And I think that's something that's kinda quite new and modern for that hair color is such a big part now with the wrong way shirt and on shoe.