Fall 2017

MAN—the business of men’s grooming—is for barbers, hair stylists, skincare specialists, barber supply store owners and other beauty industry professionals that provide men’s grooming services or retail men’s grooming products.

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MUG SHOTS INSPIRATIONAL STYLING 38 I M A N I FA L L 2 0 1 7 TWENTIES Model Greg Hunter arrived with shoulder-length locks, which Reyes promptly snipped. "I worked with a graduated shape, cutting inside my hand to control de-elevation," he says. To style, Reyes used Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam on damp hair for volume and control. After blow- drying, he applied a small amount of Tea Tree Shaping Cream to preserve a matte fi nish. "It's an especially great product when working with lighter hair," Reyes explains. Shirt: Cotton On; jacket: Levis; jeans: AG Jeans. JOHN PAUL MITCHELL SYSTEMS' JASON REYES CREATES COOL CUTS FOR MEN OF EVERY AGE. Styles evolve, particularly as you age. A trendy cut likely won't work as well on a 50-year-old as it does on someone in his 20s. The key is to work with each individual client, understand his routine and daily life in order to create a style that will work with his demographic. For this unique shoot, MAN worked with John Paul Mitchell Systems and the company's international trainer Jason Reyes to create distinctive looks for each man, from youthful to more mature. "Age defi nitely plays a role when it comes to the cuts I give. As men age, some have thinner hair and that can play a big role with styling options," says Reyes. "But the most important [gauge] is how that person carries his age based on lifestyle and fashion." TO By STEPHANIE YAGGY LAVERY Photography by CORY SORENSEN Hair: Jason Reyes; Hair Assistant: Jesus Mintel; Makeup: Christy Tagatac; Makeup Assistant: Jacob Lauckern; Stylist: Jordan Grossman; Models: Greg Hunter, Daniel Wisniewski, Arya Alexander, Dae Jung.

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