21st November 2019
Regular followers of this blog will know that mrH is a big fan of Balmain Paris Hair Couture. The imagery, the products, the marketing, the style, everything is always sublime, and the latest collection, launched for Fall – Winter 2019 doesn’t disappoint.
The hair images are uber cool, and showcase flexibility and versatility with each look showcasing a different style created with Balmain Paris Hair Couture products.
Here’s the official word:
Balmain Paris Hair Couture is proud to present the new Fall-Winter Campaign featuring the stunning Aline Weber, Brazilian model and activist of German descent who has recently dedicated time to sharing the effects
of rapid deforestation in the Amazon Jungle.
This season has as a main focus versatility, what looks, and results can be achieved by prepping the hair, mix and matching products and the use of tools in combination with products.
Thus, creating three completely different looks with the same type of hair.
The images are all backed up with easy to follow step by step guidelines guiding us through the products and equipment used to create each different style.
The three images for the collection are all beautiful but I have to admit, look No.2 really does it for me, the texture, the styling and the overall look is so reminiscent of the disco heydays of the late 70’s early 80’s with an absolute modernity to it that makes it a must have style for the coming season.
With the launch of Couleurs Couture, Balmain now offer a fully rounded luxury service offering for every salon, from wet-line through to styling, equipment, extensions, accessories and colour, there is nothing a salon might need that Balmain doesn’t offer.
When delivering training in salons I often discuss why Balmain should be a brand hairdressers look at seriously. As clients search for something more exclusive and designer driven, mainly due to their fascination with celebrity Instagram accounts, so a brand like Balmain brings opportunities for hairdressers and their clients to be part of something ‘high end’. Alongside the [obvious] designer element there’s also the fact that the packaging, the imagery and the performance of the products is so cool.
And seriously, who wouldn’t put these images up in their salon?!
Now that celebrity hairdresser Lisa Shepherd has partnered with Balmain, alongside industry fave Simon Tuckwell, fall – winter 2019 is going to be a very very positive one for this beautiful brand.
Watch this space for a mega Balmain Paris Hair Couture give-away, coming soon!
For more details contact Balmain at Balmain Hair UK