Gandola Studio


Gandola’s hairstyles scented with hyacinth and spiky braids capture the vogue of the moment – light, spontaneous and fresh styling. The make-up is similarly simple and unstructured. To create the look, Studio Gandola’s make-up artist uses the new collection from Biosthetique Paris, contrasting light shades with stronger, more vibrant colours like fuchsia and red to highlight the models’ faces. These young women, showcasing Gandola’s designs around Lugano, represent women who remove themselves from the hubbub of the city and joyfully play with their appearance.

Photo credit: AK Photography


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