Aveda Artistic Director Ricardo Dinis talks hair and style

hair and style tips from aveda As a self-proclaimed “Japanophile,” Aveda Global Artistic Director for Hair Cutting, Ricardo Dinis, says the hair and style inspiration behind his East-meets-West Aveda Congress 2013 show was the shape of the kimono—especially the triangular shape of the sleeves.

Each hair cut featured graphic angles, strong lines and a mixture of male and female hair cutting techniques to create androgynous shapes. – Read his complete story by clicking here.

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