Posted by on Jan 19, 2012 in RAPHAEL | 0 comments

Femme Fatale

“A woman should be a woman and I want to make her more woman, I love women and
know how to make them more so,” said Raphael when he opened Raphael, his Montreal
Salon in 1971.

Here is the first look of his Femme Fatale Collection which he offered as “the answer
to those ratty tatty growing-out layered looks” everyone had at the time.

Featured were bobbed hairstyles, all one length, with the front left longer from the crown
and variations of the one cut with flicks flattering the face, so new at the time  that the
photos received a ton of International publicity.

Here is the first very simple version.  Other versions follow, and note there is different
text under each photo.

Hair by Raphael Santarossa, 1971
Makeup: Jacques LaFleur
Model: Judi MacDonald
Photo: Klaus Lucka

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © HELEN OPPENHEIM 2012

 

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