In the era of Great Depression the lawbreaking lifestyle of two illicit lovers put romance, glamour and style in the center of the public’s eye. And through an editorial collection by ARROJO stylist, Emily Carroll, the Dirty Thirties Dust Bowl chic of Bonnie and Clyde makes a striking and fashion-forward return.
Step: Clyde’s cut is a classic side-part with graduation, taken short at the ears to create disconnection.
Step: Bonnie wears a short, dramatic razor-cut, with a scissor over comb technique used on the sides to shape a structured interior, with lots of looseness and movement on the outside of the cut.
Step: Partner in crime, Blanch, sports a heavy layer, modern and edgy razor-cut. With aggressively shaved sides, the portrayal is of a sassy and sensual girl gone to seed.
Step: Partner in crime, Rose, with the use of a wide-tooth comb to loosen curls and expand the carefully crafted rounded shape, shows the timeless grace of beautiful natural texture.
Hair: Emily Carroll (For ARROJO)
Hair Color: Flores, Ashley Kowalsky (For ARROJO)
Photography: Jammi York