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Photo by Klaus Lucka

Femme Fatale

Here is another and perhaps the most interesting version of Raphael’s Femme Fatale Collection.
Flicks flick at the front.

Raphael said at the time that variation on the Femme Fatale cut could
go on and on.   Wear it covering (or half-covering) the forehead, wear it classically straight,
with side part or middle part, maybe one side flicked, somewhere. Wear it this way,
that way, maybe that way, or that…  See some variations in the next photos.

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

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

Anecdote: Hard to believe, but this lovely model had extremely fine hair and the
brilliant Raphael somehow managed to make it look like thick hair.

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Femme Fatale

This is the most wearable and most popular of Raphael’s Femme Fatale Flick looks
with the hair half-covering the forehead, framing the eyes, the ends softly, slightly
flicked – “nothing heavy or hard-to-wear,” said Raphael.

Theees look requires an impeccable, perfect cut,” Raphael insisted “far more perfect
than was necessary for curly or layered looks.”

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

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

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Femme Fatale

This slightly longer very simple version of the Femme Fatala fetures an interesting but
subtle hair color idea with ends shaded slightly darker.

Hair by Raphael Santarossa, 1971
Makeup: Jacques LaFleur
Model: Donna Clarke
Photo: Klaus Lucka

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

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Femme Fatale

The flicks are softly and romantically curled for a special occasion  in this
Femme Fatale version by Raphael.

Hair by Raphael Santarossa, 1971
Makeup: Jacques LaFleur
Model: Donna Clarke
Photo: Klaus Lucka

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

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Photo: Klaus Lucka

Femme Fatale

A dreamy romantic version of the Femme Fatale by Raphael with the flicks curled softly.
Here you can see the ends shaded subtly darker and subtle shadings in the crown area too.

Hair by Raphael Santarossa, 1971
Makeup: Jacques LaFleur
Model: Donna Clarke
Photo: Klaus Lucka

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © HELEN OPPENHEIM 2012

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Femme Fatale

Classic simple wearable version of the Femme Fatale by Raphael.

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

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

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Femme Fatale

When the ends were not flicked, here is what Raphael’s Femme Fatale hair could look like.

Hair by Raphael Santarossa, 1971
Makeup: Jacques LaFleur
Model: Irene
Photo: Klaus Lucka
Produced by Helen Oppenheim

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9 Femme Fatale – Turban 1971

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Photo: Klaus Lucka

Femme Fatale – Turban

For this terrific Turban look, Raphael cut and sculpted a fall in 3 steps, into 3 lengths, to
look like 3 different length fringes on one head.

He then strategically placed the hair in the turban to waterfall down one side of the
face, softening it.

Hair by Raphael Santarossa, 1971
Makeup: Jacques LaFleur
Turban Designed by: Irene of Montreal
Model: Judi McDonald
Photo: Klaus Lucka

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © HELEN OPPENHEIM 2012

 

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