For his recent Urban Collection, hair stylist Sándor Szél took a unique approach to shape and texture. Says Szél, "I usually work with female models for my collection photos. For this series, however, I made a men's cut, wherein the shape and peculiar texture of the hair is further emphasized by a staining technique." The result is an interesting, unique look with just the right amount of edge.Click through to see more images from the Urban Collection! [pagebreak] [pagebreak]
The cast of the iconic 1989 film Do the Right Thing recently reunited for an Entertainment Weekly photo shoot to celebrate the highly lauded and culturally significant film written, produced and directed by Spike Lee.
Celebrity men's stylist Brigitte Philippides was on set with her Andis tools to style Giancarlo Esposito (of Breaking Bad fame) who played Buggin' Out, friend of Spike Lee's main character Mookie, and Frankie Faison as Coconut Sid.
Continuing the celebrations of its 75th anniversary, Denman had a three-day spectacular exhibition stand at Salon International, London last month and were premier sponsors of the Alternative Hair Show at the iconic Royal Albert Hall.
“Fear the Beard” fever peaked when the Boston Red Sox won the World Series in October and signaled the end of the beard growth that unified the team all season long. Andis gifted the Red Sox with SlimLine2™ trimmers to keep their winning beards groomed and baseball barber Monster99, AKA Angel Lucas, had his cordless Andis clipper on hand as he tended to pitcher Clay Buchholz’s beard.
This month, stylist David Cox joined up with GQ to style X-Men: Days of Future Past star Michael Fassbender for the magazine's November cover. Cox used KEVIN.MURPHY brand products, including HAIR.RESORT and NIGHT.RIDER, to achieve a rugged look for the actor. HAIR.RESORT is an oil-free texturizer, designed to give hair a messy look that defies gravity, and NIGHT.RIDER, a matte textured paste, provides firm styling hold for men.
What began as a way to unify the Boston Red Sox in spring training has evolved into full-on hairy situation, culminating with the Red Sox facing the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of the World Series in Fenway Park.
Sam Villa Americana Collection
The look is everywhere: gracing the heads of runway models, on celebrities like George Clooney and Justin Timberlake, and now it's taking to the streets. The men's side part, made undeniably famous by Elvis Presley, has been a grooming staple since the middle of the twentieth century. And now, this 60-year-old trend is experiencing a resurgence in popularity, as seen on runways at the Fall 2013 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
The American Crew All-Star Challenge is a global competition to recognize the best men's stylists in the world. The challenge focuses on creativity, technique and one's interpretation of masculinity in the modern world. Click through to see this year's three U.S. finalists that rose above the rest. [pagebreak]
As the host of the 2013 Emmy Awards, Neil Patrick Harris stole the show with his opening number, song-and-dance routines and quips throughout the evening...and it wasn’t only his performance that shined. His hairstylist, Sonia Lee, made sure his hair was in on the act with a little glimmer of its own.Get the Look:1. Work Oribe Supershine Light Moisturizing Cream into wet hair and blow dry the front to get it to stand up.2. Use a small straightener to smooth the front.