Sharon Tranter's The Pieces Collection Features Retro-Inspired Hairstyles

For Sharon Tranter, artistic team leader for Schwarzkopf Professional USA, beauty comes from unexpected juxtapositions. In her new The Pieces compilation, Tranter taps the fun of the ’70s and ’80s along with the frivolity of the Edwardian era. Structured hair shapes play with all types of texture for an overall effect that is unique and dynamic, reflecting the complexity of what it means to be a woman today.

*The fur shown is faux.

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  • Party in the Front

    Feminine meets masculine in this contemporary mullet, which is accentuated by soft colors that lend additional movement to strands.

  • As the Whirled Turns

    “Here, I mixed ’70s-inspired curls and ’80s sophistication,” shares Sharon Tranter, Schwarzkopf Professional USA artistic team leader. “It’s perfect hair for a style that’s not meant to appear too contrived.”

  • Pixie Dust

    A texturized pixie showcases structure and strength, and is made even more fierce when accompanied by a fiery copper hue.

  • Unexpected Romance

    “I was after a very boxy shape,” informs Tranter. “Yet despite the intense structure, there’s an Edwardian softness to the overall look.”


[Hair: Sharon Tranter; Photographer: Damien Carney; Wardrobe: Nikko Kefalas; Makeup: Roque Cozzette; Models: Kayla Tangeman, Agnes Petkute]



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