INSPIRED BY THE LOOK OF FRAGMENTED GLASS, RONNIE STAM’S ONE-OF-A-KIND ARCHITECTURAL HAIRSTYLE WAS A PURPOSELY IMPRECISE NEST OF SHARP ANGLES AND SQUARE-SHAPED SECTIONS. “TRYING OUT DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES AND STEPPING BACK TO EXAMINE YOUR WORK ARE VERY ORGANIC WAYS OF WORKING,” SAID RONNIE. “EXPERIMENTATION IS THE BEGINNING OF ANY GREAT LOOK.” THE RESULTING FLAT-FORM HAIR WAS A HIGH-IMPACT, STRUCTURAL ARTWORK IN ITSELF.
PRODUCT GUIDE Joey’s Look
Get the Look: 1. Divide the hair into sections that are two inches wide and six inches long.
4. Release the hair from the flatiron, and clip it up to allow it to cool off while retaining shape.
2. Mist with Soft Lacquer Heat Styling Spray before pulling a section straight up and covering with a strip of perm paper.
5. Once all sections are finished, they can be opened up and gently teased out to allow for a slightly disintegrated look or pinned up to create a structural updo.
3. Using a cardboard strip as the base surface, fold the section over the board and flatiron. Hold the piece taut to ensure a sharp edge.