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A Distinctive Style by Ireland's Paul Mac

Anne Moratto | June 3, 2014 | 8:56 PM

  A Distinctive Style by Ireland's Paul Mac

Vanity Vague Model Agency in Ireland specializes in "alternative male and female models" which includes models with tattoos and piercings and models with distinctive styles, like punk, pinup or rockabilly. Paul Mac, a barber and stylist who was a finalist representing Ireland in the American Crew All-Star Global Challenge, styled model Rob Sexton for these two images that show-off both Rob's tattoos and Paul Mac's hairdressing.  Mac, also a model with the agency, shares his products and process:

A Distinctive Style by Ireland's Paul Mac

"I used the American Crew Thickening Shampoo, then the American Crew Boost Cream.  I blow-dryed the hair back using a small, round brush and some Boost Powder to give volume at the roots.  I used my fingers and some American Crew Defining Paste to style the hair and American Crew Alternator to keep it in place and hold the style."

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