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Go24.7 Grooms the Men of Suit Supply

Anne Moratto | July 15, 2016 | 12:22 PM

LOCATION: Suit Supply Soho location - 453 Broome St.

DATE: Monday, July 11th. 



"I worked hard to keep the hair effortless and true to its natural character. We focused mainly on shape and silhouette.  The look was refined, classic and simple. Each model had a different hair type so I didn’t want to force it against its nature. I primarily used GO247 products but I did prep each model with Unite’s 7 seconds leave in conditioner.” - Men's Hair Guru, Manolo "Manny" Padron

Step 1. Blowdry hair to work out any product using hands and make the root move up and around. 

Step 2. Apply a nickel size of styling cream to hands and break up into fingertips until product is translucent.

Step 3. Using fingertips, start applying products on the sides and back working with the natural motion of the hair. 

Step 4. The key is to focus on shape and balance to create a pleasing silhouette.

Step 5. Using a small round brush and the blowdryer move the hair back and up as to create a lifted textured look. 

Step 6. Find a natural part and Do Not Define the part but split the hair to balance the face shape and slice the silhouette and make it balanced. 

Step 7. Finish with Control Spray to Lock the style but immediately run fingers through hair that is sprayed to loosen the hold and break up the spray. 

Photography: Will Cadena


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