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“For me, it’s about making hair look interesting even to people who know nothing about it.”
People Published on 13/09/2018
A hair studio like no other, X-presion discusses the creation of their pixel hair trend and why it's vital for hairdressers to embrace modern technology
People Published on 31/05/2018
“The whole area of the head is my realm and domain, it’s been my fascination for a very long time.”
People Published on 15/05/2018
81-year-old Kanehisa Osawa has been styling traditional Japanese wigs for over 60 years
Art & Culture, People Published on 16/03/2018
Using everyday objects to craft his quirky headpieces, the Japanese hairstylist transforms the mundane into the extraordinary 
People Published on 06/03/2018
“I love working with hair. For me it feels like the last space in fashion photography that is still innovative.”
Editorial, People Published on 30/01/2018
The award-winning colourist talks trends, colour predictions and the experience of opening her first salon
People Published on 14/12/2017
“It is such a great feeling when you are able to really tap into the story the designer wants to tell.”
People Published on 23/11/2017
Ivorian artist Laetitia Ky shapes her hair into elaborate shapes, scenes and characters
People Published on 21/09/2017
INFRINGE meets trailblazing wigmaker Raffaele Mollica, who has been in the industry for over 40 years
People Published on 26/01/2017
“I love to draw, because unlike hair, it can be completely controlled and I can really go into detail.”
People Published on 24/05/2018
“I got some old hairdressing scissors and literally started trying to do haircuts into the clay.”
Art & Culture, People Published on 05/04/2018
Japanese hairstylist Shinji Konishi’s animal props are a work of art
Art & Culture, People Published on 14/03/2018
INFRINGE meets the Japanese designer and artist, renowned for crafting his unique headpieces for Chanel and Junya Watanabe
People Published on 28/02/2018
The hairstylist to Calvin Harris, Haim and Bastille talks trends, inspiration, and what it takes to style for the music world
People Published on 30/08/2016
“I love it when risks are taken in order to stand out from the crowd.”
People Published on 04/12/2017
Armed with nothing but a chair, boombox and willing client, his unique barbering style never fails to draw a crowd of curious onlookers
People Published on 31/05/2016
We speak to the hairstylist behind ‘Go Play’, the new beauty line from ASOS
Editorial, People Published on 13/09/2017
“The most important thing is to have an open mind and accept that there might be better ways of doing something than what you already know”
People Published on 05/06/2018
“In Shibuya and Harajuku, where I grew up, people are very individual and not scared of being different.”
People Published on 17/05/2018
The session stylist fills scrapbooks with doodles, paintings and collages – all dedicated to hair
People Published on 24/03/2018
Created for Tokyo arts hub Pavilion, the Japanese session stylist’s atmospheric piece features hair-covered lanterns
Art & Culture, People Published on 08/03/2018
The Californian hairstylist sculpts intricate carvings and stencils inspired by the 80s
People Published on 13/02/2018
Josh Coombes is the founder of the movement #DoSomethingForNothing which encourages people to reach out to a person in need through simple acts of kindness
Art & Culture, People Published on 10/11/2016
“I enjoy creating all kinds of hairstyles, from the simple ponytail to the most intricate and elaborate of styles.”
People Published on 23/05/2017
“The most important thing in life is to be inspired, that’s what makes you want to get up in the morning and do something important.”
People Published on 02/10/2017
The former hairdresser-turned-photographer speaks to Anthony Mascolo about trading in his scissors for a camera
People Published on 24/08/2017

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