Parisian hairstylist Mecca Christophe is a prodigy of reworking the strange and insignificant into issues of extraordinary magnificence and his paintings was the inspiration behind Shenseea’s Be Good cowl artwork.
Upon the release of her Be Good music video final week, the Shenyeng princess mesmerized audiences along with her show-stopping coiffures courtesy of Opus Magnificence and hairstylist Fitch Lunar, who was additionally one of many creatives behind her Run Run video shoot.
The hair-raising seems had been impressed by each Christophe and Paris-based filmmaker and creative director, Ali Mahdavi from their collaboration on the sequence Hairotica for Tush Journal earlier this 12 months.
The Hairotica sequence included the unique model of Shenseea’s embezzled male genitalia hairdo together with others that captured the essence of ladies’s most non-public physique components.
Mecca’s imaginative and prescient of ‘The Goddess Aphrodite’ and one other he labeled “Circus Version” for the Life Ball in Vienna might have additionally had some affect on extra of Fitch’s daring hairstyles for Shenseea as seen along with her pink tresses bearing a hollowed pyramid-shaped coronet.
The hairstylist additionally embodied Shen’s Jamaica tradition in one other search for her river scene within the Be Good music video by creating twirled dreadlocks buns.
The Be Good music video, which was directed by Darren Craig was undeniably certainly one of Shenseea’s greatest but. From the enchanting set capturing the luxurious sylvan of Stony Hill, Jamaica to the energetic abilities within the backup and the colourful costumes with props, together with Fitch Lunar’s eye-catching hair designs, you merely couldn’t look away.
The one, at the moment at 1.2 million views on YouTube since its launch 5 days in the past, is the second launch from Shen’s still-untitled debut album on Wealthy Immigrants/Interscope Information. Test it out right here –