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Gunnar Hämmerle Captures Buenos Aires Street Styles

Buenos Aires Street Styles through the Lens of Gunnar Hämmerle
While shooting pictures in Buenos Aires, Gunnar Hämmerle once again demonstrated his keen sense of up and coming hair style trends
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Passion and nonchalance combine to a special flair in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, the heartland of the Tango. Star blogger Gunnar Hämmerle of styleclicker.net made the South American metropolis his hunting ground for exceptional street hair styles. See below what he brought home for us

  • Photographer and style scout Gunnar Hämmerle is back from Buenos Aires with a knapsack full of the most exciting street style images. Hunting for the exceptional was no problem in the Argentine capital. Especially in the scene quarters, Gunnar found interesting heads galore for his camera excursion. Young artists as well as middle class Argentines live in the bohemian district, which is well known for its lively entertainment after the sun goes down over the vibrant city.
       
    We particularly liked Gunnar Hämmerle's photos of fringed short haircuts, mop tops (mushroom heads), styles with fringes and undercut curly tops. Argentines are hip and therefore love their hair styles cool and easy. Style appears to be almost an afterthought. Striking eye-catchers were the single wide streaks of bleached hair on otherwise dark heads. Several of today's Buenos Aires street styles embrace this style element.

    Enjoy our gallery! Gunnar Hämmerle discovered the most interesting street hair styles in Buenos Aires and we don't want you to miss out on the experience.

  • Street Styles photographed by Gunnar Hämmerle

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 1

    This is a classic yet cool style. The stepped haircut gives this style structure. Notice the extra-long, extra-thick fringes extending all the way to the eyes. The fringes are swept from the middle to the sides. Styling tip: Applying a little wax to individual hair ends helps to give the style more definition

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 2

    Volume is out of place for this hair style. The layered bob features very long fringes; the side hair is longer than the hair in the back. All this adds up to a very casual, stringy looking hair style. Styling tip: If you want to go from casual to improvised style simply use your fingers rather than a comb to part your hair

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 3

    Hip hair styles are in, elaborate hair styles are out in Buenos Aires. If at all possible, create a wild look on the unkempt side. Just look at this wealth of curls! Such rich hair is a sight all by itself. The bleached strand gives the style a unique note and attracts still more attention. Styling tip: Apply curling mousse after shampooing your hair and allow it to air-dry

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 4

    In this short punk hair style, the properly styled layered Iroquois style meets the tousled out-of-bed look. Styling tip: Put some styling lotion on your fingers before tousling the hair on the crown of your head. This helps to shape individual tufts of hair

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 5

    This bob is cut to a uniform length and only slightly layered. The girlish-looking short fringes help focus the attention on the large eyes. Styling tip: Put some more life and interest into the style by applying some wax to the ends of individual hair strands before rolling them around your fingers

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 6

    A sophisticated haircut gives this style its feathery structure. The layered trim all by itself is an attention-getter but the pastel blue and green streaks add even more extravagance. Styling tip: Blow-dry the hair while pulling it over a small round brush. Then use styling lotion to shape individual strands of hair with your fingers

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 7

    Undercuts are the trend! Here you see it in an especially original version. The curly hair on top of the head forms a soft contrast with the closely shaved sides of the head. The beard is shaved to the same length as the side hair. This adds still more structure to the look. Styling tip: Hair oil provides curly hair with extra lustre

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 8

    The long bob with fringes is on its way to becoming everyone's darling. The pin-up fringes and the shoulder-length wavy hair are a harmonious combination. Styling tip: Blow-dry and style the fringes immediately after shampooing. Then apply some heat protectant and pull the fringes through a small flat iron

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 9

    Bloggers give the chignon on the crown of the head top marks for style and so do people in the streets of Buenos Aires. This young woman has added still one more twist to the hair style by bleaching just one individual strand of hair and by wrapping a pretty blue band in the style of the 1940s around her head. Styling tip: After shampooing, work volumising mousse through your hair to give the chignon more volume

    Buenos Aires Hair Styles as Seen by Gunnar Hämmerle

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    Gunnar Hämmerle in Buenos Aires – Look 10

    Moptops, aka mushroom heads, are now seen in fashion shows everywhere and of course, trendy people in Buenos Aires also embrace the style. It is particularly stylish when the moptop looks as if the wind just had its way with it. Styling tip: Distribute some styling crème in the palms of your hands and then run with your hands through your hair in a slanted line back to front

  • More about Gunnar Hämmerle and Buenos Aires:

    More Gunnar Hämmerle Photos >> styleclicker.net

    Wellness Vacation in Buenos Aires >> faenahotelanduniverse.com