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Jean-Louis David for Vogue Paris – April 1972. Photographed by Guy Bourdin. Model, Helen Högbérg.
Known for his stunning documentation of hair styles and sculptures, J.D. Okhai Ojeikere was a Nigerian photographer who began his career in 1954 as a darkroom assistant at the Ministry of Information, Ibadan. He was born in 1930 and bought his first camera in 1950, a Brownie D.
J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere died on February 2, 2014, at the age of 83.
Rudi Lewis (@rudilewis) for Masha Ma (@mashamainsta) using #bumbleandbumble MU by #AliceGhendrin Styled by @andrejskok
Vogue Italia October 2012
Hair: Angelo Seminara (@seminaraangelo ) Makeup: Georgina Graham Photographer: David Dunan
Model: Eniko Mihalik
Styling: Sara Maino
Egypt’s Old Kingdom (Dynasties 3–6, ca. 2649–2150 B.C.) was one of the most dynamic periods in the development of Egyptian art. During this period, artists learned to express their culture’s worldview. Sculptors created the earliest portraits of individuals and the first lifesize statues in wood, copper, and stone. They perfected the art of carving intricate relief decoration and, through keen observation of the natural world, produced detailed images of animals, plants, and even landscapes, recording the essential elements of their world for eternity in scenes painted and carved on the walls of temples and tombs. These carvings depict hairstyles worn during a period in which Egypt was going through Roman takeover.
Hair by Roku Roppongi (@rokuroppongi) for Faustine Steinmetz (@faustinesteinmetz) AW15. #lfw #aw15 #faustinesteinmetz
Guido (@guidopalau) for LOVE N°13 Spring / Summer 2015. Makeup by Diane Kendal. Photography David Sims.
Johanna Cree Brown (@johannacreebrown) Avant Garde Hairdresser of the Year finalist 2011, UK.
Felix Fischer (@felixfischerhair) for Neiman Marcus, March 2015. Photo by Sebastian Kim. #gintalapina #sebastiankim #neimanmarcus