Davines Conducts Hair on Stage: Manila for 20th Year in the Philippines
by Inside Manila Team, November 21, 2019 1:23pm
Collage by Dani Elevazo. Photo courtesy of Davines Philippines
Davines, an international hair-care brand, is celebrating its 20th anniversary in the Philippines. What better way to celebrate this milestone than to hold the biggest convention of the best names in the hairdressing arena? Davines gathered the members of the hairdressing community from all over the country in their event Davines Hair Onstage: Manila.
UK’s Allilon Education group gracedthe event with their renowned groundbreaking collections that combine the team’s expertise in creating texture with distinctive cuts.
Meanwhile, Boy Tokyo and Rikyu Bangkok, who have been redefining hairdressing for over 30 years with their collaborative stage performances of mixed cultures, gave a live demo and on-stage haircutting tutorial. Boy Tokyo lets the models strut into the audience, giving attendees a closer look and feel of their masterpiece.
A group of the Creative Style Academy All Stars showcased their own interpretation of the theme banig, the handwoven mat normally used for sleeping or sitting on in the Philippines. Another group showcased their interpretation of the theme Baybayin, the ancient Filipino language and writing system.
Another multi-awarded dresser and Creative Director and co-owner of D&M Hair Design in Auckland, Danny Pato, showcased his unique hair artistry.
And of course, The Republic of Color show, staged by the Davines International Artistic team, appears in all Davines events including Hair on Stage: Manila. The simple and elegant show accents the main theme of this year’s events ─ color ─ and showcases the beauty of Davines color lines in action.
Hair on Stage: Manila celebrates the rich culture of the Philippines not only in the hairdressing arena but also in entertainment.