Edward Tricomi’s Flower Fantasy – 2018

Posted by on Mar 13, 2018 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

Edward Tricomi's Flower Fantasy - 2018

Photo: Robert Presutti

This fabulous flower fantasy features flowers in a riot of colors, shapes and sizes pinned and wired onto a wig which was turned upside down and “sprayed to death,” said Edward Tricomi, Warren-Tricomi Salons of his wondrous hair rising to a peak way up to there, an image he has used to help promote his products and his new Education programs to learn the Warren-Tricomi way, and published in the March issue of Peluquerias Magazine, in my column.

Hair: Edward Tricomi, Warren-Tricomi Salons NYC … Product: Warren Tricomi Superhold Hair Spray … Makeup: Vicky Steckel … Photo: Robert Presutti

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The Blue Part – 2016

Posted by on Jul 16, 2016 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

The Blue Part – 2016

Photo: © Helen Oppenheim

The blue part, a cool idea by Edward Tricomi, co-founder of the Warren-Tricomi Salons at the Plaza and worldwide, is so simple. Yet effective, high impact, edgy.  The electric blue chalk part can be worn with many hairstyles, as long as a clean part is possible. Best of all, it washes out and the part smarties can do it in any color.   The blue part made it debut at the Just Drew Show in a Style Fashion Week Show for Fall 2016 at Gotham Hall – many shows integrating international designers and media celebrities as models, including Tiffany Trump.  For more,  click HERE

Hair: Edward Tricomi, Warren-Tricomi Salons … Product: Warren-Tricomi Hair Spray and Blow Dry Serum … Makeup: VooDoo …  Photo: © Helen Oppenheim

 

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Wash-Out Chalks Stripe Hair – 2016

Posted by on Mar 17, 2016 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

Wash-Out Chalks Stripe Hair - 2016

Photo: © Helen Oppenheim

Seen on Scene during New York Fashion Week for Fall 2016 – Zachary, aka Zak, a Warren Tricomi Stylist (#ZStyled) His disconnected barber cut with length on top was by Anthony Diaco at the Warren-Tricomi Madison Avenue Salon, and the wash-out art chalks used on the stripes were by Edward Tricomi, who used blue ones on the models at the Just Drew Show.   Stay tuned …

Photo: © Helen Oppenheim

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Asymmetrical Slant White Wig – 2016

Posted by on Feb 6, 2016 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

Asymmetrical Slant White Wig - 2016

Photos: © Paul Morejón

Asymmetrical slant wig, “sort of a surf cut,” said Edward Tricomi of his white wigs at the Cristina Ruales New York Fashion Week Show for Spring 2016, which took place outside, on a lovely sunny day, at the Out Hotel. “It is a very modern bob with symmetrical bangs, inspired by the way the fashion designer cuts fabrics,” said Edward. The makeup, by Mahasin Phillips for Inglot, focused on the eyes, not following the shape of the eye but the striking Metallic Silver was blended and smudged out. The lips were a skin tone with a pop of shine. For more on this show, including how to add a wig to long hair, click HERE

Hair: Edward Tricomi, Warren-Tricomi Salons … Makeup: Mahasin Phillips, Inglot … Photos: © Paul Morejón

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1920s Wig, Modern, Abstract Hair Cut – 2011

Posted by on Jan 3, 2015 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

1920s Wig, Modern, Abstract Hair Cut - 2011

Photo: © Helen Oppenheim

This is a 1920s style done in a modern abstract way, by Edward Tricomi, Warren-Triocmi Salons. The dramatic wig had cut-in waves and was one of many versions on the theme for the Douglas Hannant glamorous Art Deco-inspired Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week show for Fall 2011. For more versions and how to wear a short wig like this, even on long hair, click: 

Hair: Edward Tricomi, Warren-Tricomi Salons, NYC … Makeup: Romero Jennings for MAC Cosmetics … Photo: © Helen Oppenheim

 

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Most Popular Pin on My Pinterest – 2012

Posted by on Sep 20, 2014 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

Most Popular Pin on My Pinterest – 2012

Photo: Helen Oppenheim

This is the most popular photo on my Pinterest. It gets pinned over and over. More than any other photos, and I have some good ones there. Check them out, click here

The hair, described by Edward Tricomi backstage at the Douglas Hannant Fall 2012 New York Fashion Week Show was “40s in a modern way, reminiscent of Rosie the Riveter.”   This must be what everyone wants. Waves cascading down the back. the front rolled back and up. For more, click here

Hair: Edward Tricomi, Warren-Tricomi Salons … Makeup: Mikey Castillo for Le Métier de Beauté … Photo: Helen Oppenheim

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Edward Tricomi Cuts Hair Bergdorf’s Window – 2011

Posted by on Apr 25, 2014 in Helen's Blog | 2 comments

Edward Tricomi aka Edward Scissorhands

Edward Tricomi aka Edward Scissorhands

Sixth in a series featuring the talent in action working on photos in the Archives.

This is Edward Tricomi, also known as Edward Scissorhands for his signature cutting technique, like no other.  He is in action here making magic as he cuts blue hair in 2011 during a very classy promotion, in the window of the very prestigious Bergdorf Goodman Department Store on Fifth Avenue. Now this is a good idea to help promote a salon!   For more Edward Tricomi of Warren-Tricomi Salons, visit WorldGreats, click here:

Photo by Edward Tricomi’s Assistant.

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Floral Beauty, Edward Tricomi – 2011

Posted by on Apr 4, 2014 in Helen's Blog | 2 comments

Photo: Edward Tricomi

Photo: Edward Tricomi

Edward Tricomi of Warren-Tricomi fame is into flowers, florals, fauna.  The salons always have beautiful, very stylish flower presentations in unique arrangements.  It was only a matter of time before some reached the head.  As here at a salon creative evening.  Spring is ahead …  For more by WorldGreat, Edward Tricomi, click here:

Photo: Edward Tricomi

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