Men of Style
Jamie Newman | June 1, 2017 | 1:25 PM
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“This look works because of the beard’s ungroomed look, and the hair flows with it,” says John Mosley, John Paul Mitchell System barber consultant. To recreate the look, Mosley would use scissor-overcomb to give a lived-in look on the side and nape. At the top, he would round out the back going up toward the apex. Then using that as a guide over direct each square section back to create longer lengths in the front. Finish with Mitch Clean Cut for moderate hold, and blow dry with a small round brush to create a bit of volume.Photo by Getty
Men are taking more time with their appearance than ever before. Embrace this, and amp up your retail by helping them achieve these star-inspired looks.
Originally posted on Modern Salon.