Rush Live 2015 Trend Report
Rush Live hit Salon International this year, with an explosion of creative colourful catwalk looks from Rush’s creative teams. Rush’s Creative Teams led by Andy Heasman, Chris Williams and Tina Farey presented their latest collections. Rush Live raises money for Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children’s Charity every year and Rush continue to support the charity with various fundraising events.
The first collection on stage was Rush Artistic Team’s collection of sharp angular lines and bright graphic colours, led by International Artistic Director Andy Heasman and International Colour Director Chris Williams. Check out some of the looks below. Graffiti art influenced the colour collection at Rush Live, with bold chunky neon strips of hair highlighted in a freehand technique across front sections of the hair. Block androgynous bobs with heavy fringes with long jawline layers were popular looks this year.
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Next, Iconic Hall of Fame member, Tina Farey took to the stage with her session team for a bright UV spectacle. Presenting a collection called ‘Neo Tapestry’, the Session Team showcased an unique technique of braiding, twisting and basket weaving hair with bright fluorescent threads throughout. Rush Live every year celebrates the talent at Rush and aims to inspire up and coming Stylists. Rush are proud to help raise money for such a worthwhile cause and continue working with Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children’s Charity every year to make a difference.