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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Fashionista Coiffe: Extraordinary Hairlisto: Guest Blogger Perry Amati

Meet Perry Amati a hair artist and creative designer of everything fabulous. Perry has been doing hair for over 10 years in the DMV area and has traveled extensively to create looks for magazines, celebrities and private clients. In the last 3 years you can find him at Bogart Salon in Georgetown. I was honored to have him take time out of his busy schedule to guest blog and create some amazing looks that both men and women can wear during spring and summer.

Meet Perry, did I mention he is a model? 
"As we know spring, lets just say summer is basically here and we all want to blossom with nature. This season is all about coming out of hibernation and rocking a WOW hairdo. I'm an advocate of self expression/interpretation of everything past, present, and future and hair is a means of living in all centuries with a mix of self expression.  Below are a couple of my favorite looks for the season, which come in a array of styles."

Classic Hollywood with an ode to James Dean and Marlon Brando

Rocker chic with a serious attitude

true california boy with the free flowing locks

Simplistic shopistication an ode to Audrey Hepburn

California girl with sun kissed waves, the perfect shade of blonde

renassinace princess with a furturistic touch- meet the new princess Leia

My favorite creation for Alice Ntam, It's loose, free and layered.

To make an appointment with Perry visit Bogart Salon  in Georgetown.

(Photographer- Robin D. Beckham, Hair- Perry Amati, Make-up- Marie-Claire Ntam, Stylist-Alice Ntam)
                                                                   Have a Great Week!


  1. I need an "Alice creation" for the summer, please and thanks!

  2. I need a touch of Extraordinary hairlisto..esp w spring in the air!! love the Alice creation too!

  3. And let's not forget your wonderful help in styling the shoot Alice!! Always great work!!

  4. 'Doo' da dang thing Purrry! I will take the simplistic sophistication a la Audrey Hepburn...where to? -dinner then to the Kennedy Center...or just out + about ;)