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Curls and Boys at TIGI Launch

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 7:23 PM

Curls and Boys at TIGI Launch

James Morrison and the grand finale.

THE EVENT: TIGI launch of Foxy Curls and B for Men. 

THE VENUE: The Marquee Club on New York City's west side. 

THE DETAILS:  Presenters James Morrison and Zak Mascolo presented to 200 attendees including editors from InStyle, Vogue, Elle, People Style Watch, W and US Weekly. Celebrity hair and make-up artists like Jude Alcala and Sasha Quarles along with top salon owners entered via the purple carpet. The show featured 10 models with curls, plus five male models sporting new looks for fall. 

THE SWAG: Great gifts were offered to all and two Louis Vuitton bags were given as door prizes to two lucky attendees. 

THE LAST WORD: Behind the scenes two models raved about their curls. "I never knew my hair could ever look this good," said one. "I never knew I had so many curls," said the other.

Curls and Boys at TIGI Launch

Zak Mascolo with a "curly" model.

 

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