Neus Bermejo poses in monochrome photos for Harper’s Bazaar Spain October 2013 but the focus of this editorial is not on clothing. Without a single garment for distraction, Bermejo’s hair is the center of attention.
Wild yet purposefully placed tresses, sky-high buns and balloon-shaped coiffures are all photographer Xevi Muntané focuses on. The black and white choice of photography gives the series of images a retro feel. It incorporates styles from the 60s, especially the bulbous buns.
Bermejo’s slim face, full lips and large eyes make her look almost doll-like, especially in the image where her tresses flow carelessly over her face. She radiates a powerfully seductive air yet simultaneously emits a playful, childlike appearance.
This editorial for Harper’s Bazaar Spain October 2013 is a great homage to hairstyles of the 60s and it is incredibly beautiful despite its purposeful simplicity.
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