Eye Candy: The 60's Inspired Coachella Collection

photography: Michaela Barca

Flower Power

Colorist Adam Isles of Rokk Ebony in Melbourne, Australia, mined the 60s for inspiration to create the Coachella collection. Think Palm Springs, free spirits, colorful cocktails by the pool and luxe hippies in flowery caftans. In true Rokk Ebony style, each look is practical and appealing to clients. His hairstyling partner, style director Daniella Barca, cut and finished the looks to present Isles’ commercial color at its best.

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Flower Child

The ’60s fantasy floral dream from Rokk Ebony in Melbourne, Australia, continues with this sophisticated shade of platinum blonde. Colorist Adam Isles predicts that we’ll be seeing a lot of color blocking, color outlining and subtle contrasts with bolder techniques in the coming months. Rokk on.

photography: Michaela Barca

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