MEN'S COLLECTION: "Camolife" - Strong Parts and Sleek/Short Looks

Lauren Salapatek | June 12, 2014 | 1:19 PM
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Rugged Men in camouflage gear is the name of the game in this hair collection by Rokstar Salonz's Brodie-Lee Stubbins. Strong parts, distressed texture and sophisticated lines are seen throughout. Here's what Stubbins has to say about these looks:

MODERN SALON: What was the inspiration behind the shoot?

Brodie-Lee Stubbins: "Camolife is inspired by the camo print that seems to be inescapable in every clothing store most seasons. Trending colors and textures with mood."

MS:  What is the hair fashion direction for men displayed in this collection?

BLS: "In this collection, the hair on each model plays with rough texture and disturbed direction along with strong sophisticated part lines. Styling is the key to this collection."

MS: What are the cutting and styling techniques used? Which products?

BLS: "The looks are all created by using scissor-over-comb and razor techniques to soften the lines and create focal points. Etching and pencil cutting with a razor is essential in this collection for adding distressed texture. I used Sebastian Texturizer to enhance natural movement in the hair and give it a rougher edge. I finished with the Sebastian Shine crafter for ultimate shine. The waves in Camolife are created with the Cloud Nine Micro Wand, my perfect styling tool for men's hair."

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