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Vintage Feel

Lauren Salapatek | August 3, 2012 | 2:04 PM
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BLEACH BLONDE: “This is a hair which made it easy to achieve the look. I used a strong gel from the Matrix Design Pulse collection to hold the style in place.” classic barbering technique blending from 0 to quite short on the top. I worked with the model’s bone structure—the cut really enhances his look.”
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BLUE EDGE: “I used a scissor-over-comb technique on the back and side, leaving the top section disconnected and a slight under cut on the side. This enabled me to keep the front long but reduce the bulk. Then I lightened a section at the front and colored it blue to give it a quirky edge.”
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FINGERWAVE: “The model had naturally wavy BLEACH BLONDE: “This is a hair which made it easy to achieve the look. I used a strong gel from the Matrix Design Pulse collection to hold the style in place.”
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PROFILE POSE: “I used a scissor-over-comb technique on the back sides with a disconnection in the front.”
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Using classic barbering techniques, UK-based hairdresser Anne Veck, a brand ambassador for Kasho Scissors, created eight classic styles in her Jealousy Collection using scissor-over-comb, blending at the nape and the traditional method of fingerwaving. Working with each of the model’s features, Veck wanted a collection that had a vintage feel, where men still looked masculine, “but were handsome and well-groomed.”

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