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The Stylosopher: A Look To Remember

Post date Wed 28 Oct 2009 10:11 PM

DURING THE 80'S THE FEROCIOUS JODY WATLEY PAVED THE WAY FOR TODAY'S RNB/POP DIVAS WITH HER CROSSOVER SOUL/POP/DANCE MUSIC, BEAUTY AND SENSE OF STYLE. SHE STARTED OUT AS A DANCER ON THE LEGENDARY SOUL TRAIN SHOW, MOVED ON AS A SINGER IN SHALAMAR, TO FINALLY BECOME A SOLO ARTIST IN 1984. WE REMEMBER HITS LIKE "A NIGHT TO REMEBER", "REAL LOVE" AND "FRIENDS"- FEATURING RAKIM, WHICH ACTUALLY WAS THE FIRST OFFICIAL COLLABORATION BETWEEN A RNB-SINGER AND RAPPER, TODAY AN EXTREMELY RELIABLE CONCEPT. WE BORROWED JODYs SIGNATURE ITEMS; THE GIANT SILVER HOOPS, BIG HAIR, SHARP EYEBROWS, UNISEX WEAR AND MADE A LATE 80s LOOK FRESH FOR 09!

BY DECIDA / PHOTO LOWE "ALOWETHING" STEINER / ASSISTANT ZELAM FEZZAHAIE
HAIR STYLIST
SARAH ÅSARD @ KARISMA shared some of her "big hair"- tips:


WEAVE: To get that big hair choose between doing a weave or just add some tracks to fill out and lengthen your hair. The best way to do extensions is by using the weaving method. You can choose to either braid your entire head or just tracks that go from ear to ear or back of the head. This method is nicer to your own hair compared to other techniques. When tracks are made, fasten the extensions by sewing.
You can wear the weave for about ca 2 months, the price varies starting from around 90 Euro.
When washing the hair, be sure to comb it through before wetting it, make a thick braid of the hair and gently massage it with shampoo. Always finish off with an oil based conditioner to prohibit the hair from tangling.
We recommend using real hair because of the simple fact it looks better but also because use of synthetic hair often adds on to an itchy scalp.

STYLING: Start out by using a curling iron for bigger locks together with Redkens Heat Protector, Spray Starch 15. After the curling take a big brush and slightly brush through the hair turning your head upside down, but avoid brushing the ends and carefully work yourself through your hair without destroying the curls entirely.
Use fingers to separate the locks at the ends and finish of with Redkens Forcefull 23 spray and Redkens Vinyl Glam 02 for perfect shine and hold.

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By Decida, Photo Lowe SteinerBy Decida, Photo Lowe Steiner

MAKE UP: Foundation MAC NC45 with minerals. Black thick graphic eyeliner all around the eye, think CLEOPATRA. We used a wet eye shadow from FACE STHLM, applied with a pencil. Thick well-formed eyebrows are a must, use eyebrow pencil and brow shadow in a brown/black color that tinctures into gray rather than orange. Red lipstick Alarm by MAKE UP STORE

CLOTHING: Big Silver Hoops ZANLÖSA SMYCKEN /// Biker Jacket JEAN PAUL GAULTIER 80’ies Vintage /// Jeans LEVI's 501 Wmns /// Belt KENZO Vintage /// Shoes CARIN WESTER Customized with mirror mosaic

Long Coat KRIZIA Vintage /// Shirt PAUL SMITH /// Brooch ZANZLÖZA ZMYCKEN /// Boots MINIMARKET/APLACE ///

 JODY WATLEYs homepage

Sat 15 May 2010 7:03 PM

thank's!

Fri 14 May 2010 7:56 PM
Entity Modeling Agency & EMA USA
love it!
Thu 25 Feb 2010 2:14 AM
Ladyelayne
Look at those photos! That's when you really know when you've made an impact. The favorite pictures are the second ("x-tra 'specially" Jody pioneered) and the last(the model looks alot like Jody here and studies her expression here as well.) An grand applause for Jody Watley for her contribution and creativity in the fashion world.
Mon 4 Jan 2010 6:27 PM
JAZZ
SHE NEVER GETS THE CREDIT SHE DESERVES. HER LOOK IS GLAMOUROUS, YET EDGY! I LOVE JODY WATLEY!!
Mon 2 Nov 2009 8:57 PM

And you know it!!!!!

Fri 30 Oct 2009 9:23 PM

RAH! I WANNA LOOK LIKE JODEY WATLEY TOO...CAN YOU DO IT TO ANYONE???????? DO YOU, DECIDA POSSES THAT KIND OF POWER?

Fri 30 Oct 2009 9:55 AM

se it HERE

Fri 30 Oct 2009 9:54 AM

Jody was also featured in Italia Vouge all Black number from 08

Fri 30 Oct 2009 8:24 AM

NICE!!

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