Grooming Time: Hot Naked Models Show Off Their Spring Hair

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March 9, 2015
6:00 a.m.

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Looking to switch it up for the warmer days? Celebrity hairstylist and groomer Enrico Mariotti takes a break from New York Fashion Week to experiment on four of the hottest male models right now.
Take your pick: Jason, Matt, Emilio, or Henrik. (Warning: One image in this photo set is NSFW)
Emilio
The look:
First, get a clean shave and moisturize your skin with Proraso After Shave Balm Protective and Moisturizing (3.4 oz, $16). Then, wet the hair and clean up the hairlines with a little trim. Make sure to have short sides and a short back, but leave the top long and full to gain thickeness.
Emilio
How to style:
Create volume on top of the hair using Bumble & Bumble’s Thickening Hairspray (8 oz, $29). It will give the hair body and hold it together. Then, blow dry and give shape with a flat brush, brushing towards the back. If necessary, use a round brush to increase the volume on top of your hair. To finish, make sure everything stays tight by spraying a bit of Bumble & Bumble Does It All Styling Spray (4 oz, $15).
Jason
The look:
Ask your barber to blend the sides and the back with scissors. Cut the sides short, leaving about half an inch on the upper section. Leave three to four inches on top to give more versatility to the haircut. This will create a sharp contrast between the lower sides and the top of the head.
Jason
How to style:
To add texture, spray some Sachajuan Ocean Mist (5 oz, $28) over your hair, then dry it with a hairdryer. Use your fingers as a comb to give the hair direction and volume, leaving a soft and natural texture. Still using your fingers, add a dab of Bumble & Bumble Sumowax (1.5 oz, $29) on the roots and medium lengths to increase volume and give the cut a compact look. If you have sensitive skin like Jason, after shaving use Proraso Liquid After Shave Cream – Sensitive Skin Formula (3.4 oz, $16) over your face to restore moisture.
Henrik
The look:
This is a perfect look for those who have an oblong face. Ask you barber to created a consistent line, cutting off any excess length. Keep the hair to shoulder length, and layer the top to make it lighter. Also, remember to trim your beard to remove irregular edges.
Henrik
How to style:
Use a quarter-size amount of Fellow Barber Styling Cream (3.5 oz, $22) to add texture to your hair, and then dry with a hairdryer. When dry, applied a pea-size amount of Bumble & Bumble Sumotech (1.5 oz, $29) from the roots to the ends to help shape the hair. At this point, it will be easy to create different shapes in a few seconds with the help of a large comb. On the beard, I use a few drops of Proraso Beard Balm (3.4 oz, $18), my favorite product to soften facial hair: a little goes a long way.
Matt
The look:
Create a consistent cut, using a trimmer set on 1mm on the lower part of the head. The aim is to get a clear break between the top and the bottom of the hair, creating a striking visual effect. Leave about four or five inches on the upper part of the head, and ask your barber to create bangs by cutting down to one inch at the back. The level of demarcation between the top and bottom of the hair will depend on the shape of your face.
Matt
How to style:
Mix together a pea-size amount of Bumble & Bumble Sumowax (1.5 oz, $29) with a drop of Bumble & Bumble Brilliantine (2 oz, $24) to give texture and add shine to the hair. Give shape to the hair using a comb. With this kind of haircut, you can change it up to any shapes you want, or even just leave it natural, down and free.
Photography by Arnaldo Anaya. Styling by Enrico Mariotti.
Models: Emilio Flores, Jason Boyce, and Henrik Fallenius at Soul Artist Management; Matt Waters at Major Models.
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