Photo: Rajeev Bhatt
Hair in style.
Organic hair colour
The next time you colour your hair, you can have your pick from an assortment of flowers - saffron, poppy, indigo or chestnut. Alfaparf Milano, an Italian hair care and beauty company, launched itself in India with a range of organic and ammonia-free hair colours in the Capital recently. The company claims it will bring “an international flavour” to the Indian market with its ‘high intense colour’ systems and ‘tone-on-tone’ innovations in hair colour. “Our products are not just about colour, they have an entire treatment inside. We have brands to suit all ages andtypes of hair,” said Kenneth Frost, a hair expert with Alfaparf.
He also gave an insight into the company’s intention to open technical centres across India, where international experts will impart training. The event, however, ended on an unimpressive note. The ramp walk, displaying collections by Jainee and Niket, proved to be a slow-moving and dull affair, particularly so for a company declaring its presence in 19 other countries.
Infinite Possibilities ‘08, the annual design exhibition of WLC College was based on the theme ‘thinking designers’.
The exhibition featured various innovative projects pertaining to diverse streams of design.
The artworks by 45 students, who participated in the event, reflected the emerging trends in the fields of advertising, graphics and photography. Shivjeet Kullar, Creative Director of K Factor was the chief guest of the event. An industry veteran, Kullar, interacted with young designers and shared many valuable insights.
Other dignitaries present were Dr. Ebraheem M Al-Batshan, cultural attaché, Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia; Naved Akhtar, creative director, The Shop and Arpana Caur, renowned artist.
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