The instructional DVD set brings to life Antje’s take on renowned up-style techniques.
Each of the 10 styles in this set demonstrates, step-by-step, how to create a unique vintage hairstyle, from start to finish. Includes leaflet explaining techniques, products, ideal hair type and tools used in each style.
Each video begins with a before shot of the live model and an account of the event to which she will wear the style. Antje gives a brief description of what the hairstyle will be and by what era it is inspired. Antje then takes the viewer step by step through the process, from preparing the hair with different setting techniques, to the finishing touch on the polished look. Antje’s instructional approach is warm and accessible; but there’s no mistaking that the artistry in her tech-nique is anything less than mastery. Watching Antje perform in these videos is enthralling, and one can’t help but feel like they’re being let in on a precious and previously guarded secret.
Original soundtrack composed and performed by Chicago based guitarist Joel Paterson. Vintage wardrobe and jewelry are provided by Viva Vintage Clothing and styled by Amy Mayberry. The make-up has been created by Jezabel Alvarez. The products used have been provided by Schwarzkopf Professional.
1. "Silent Star in Copper"
2. "Belle in Braids"
3. "Flirty & Curly"
4. "Raven Black Vixen"
5. "Bombshell Twist"
6. "Cleopatra in Curls"
7. "Flamenco Twist & Waves"
9. "Tousled Temptress"
10. "Rolls of a Starlet"
Get to know Antje:
Antje Kastner is a Master Stylist, educator, film creator/producer, photographer, art director, vintage expert and owner of Antje Kastner’s Studio, Chicago, since 2001.
Antje has a smoldering passion for her art, and remains particularly enthralled by color and glamorous Vintage-Inspired Up-Styles. The classic looks, with a modern edge, excite her.
She achieved her cosmetology Master Craftsman-ship at the Handwerkskammer, in her native Rostock, Germany, in 1999.
Most recently, as a Schwarzkopf technical advisor, Antje was propelled by her colleagues’ desire to learn her techniques; creating ten 1920s-1960s hairstyles in a How-To video series.