Junior Green Pushes Creative Boundaries in Exclusive Collection

Junior Green is all about playing with texture and shapes. “I’m always looking to push the creative boundaries,” says the stylist and owner of an eponymous salon in London. For this collection, seen exclusively on these pages, Green experimented with a range of finishes, from sleek to pin-frizzed, and left sections of hair undone for contrast. “It’s about being an individual and embracing your natural beauty,” he says.

Junior Green

Green separated the hair into three sections and created sleek top knots, wrapping hair around the base of each. He then pulled out small pieces throughout for a windblown finish. 

After pin-frizzing hair and brushing through it for more texture, Green pulled out random sections to give the style shape and let wisps of hair fall across the face. 

Green cut relaxed hair into an ear-length bob with rounded bangs in front. Next, he blow-dried the hair smooth and used irons to create a polished finish. 

Green backcombed the hair into a roll at the top of the head and then smoothed it. He pulled out random sections of hair around the face to add movement. 

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