Edita Vilkeviciute shot on Hyams Beach, Jervis Bay and captured by iconic photographer Gilles Bensimon. The energy created between Edita and Gilles takes us on a journey styled by Jillian Davison with a fusion of bold embellished metallics and strong elements of sand, wind and water.
“ Working with Gilles Bensimon on the beach was something that was missing from my repertoire and a photographer I’ve always been inspired by.“
I wanted the hair for this story to have a ship wreaked iconic beauty, a journey from wet to dry hair texture of sand and sea. After creating curl and movement using a ghd mini styler I applied Goe oil to the ends and then continued working it through mid lengths to roots leaving a wet texture that still has the movement in tact.
Goe Oil was the key product to bring this sensual take on a modern texture to life. Goe oils nourishing control takes hair to a new place of sophistication and finish. Its versatility allows you to not only use it on hair but it is amazing for your skin too. Its 100% natural and replaces the essential oils that the summer and winter weather takes away.
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