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Urban Barbering Subcultures curated and crafted by Simon Khan

Sunday, 10 January 2016 13:41

There are all kinds of subcultures in an urban jungle, each requiring a precise look and feel. Simon Khan has taken it upon himself to perfect as many of these as possible, all with chiseled silhouettes, flawless texture in honor of the men dominating the urban jungle.

From the Beatles, to mellow hippie lengths, followed by mop top so dear, and even the slightest loose hair that is expertly set with gel... Bravo Simon!

  • Credits
    Hair: Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy
    Styling: Clements and Church
    Makeup: Becky Hunting
    Photo: Dominika Wozniak
    Products: label.m
  • Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy



  • Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy



  • Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy



  • Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy



  • Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy



  • Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy



  • Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy



  • Simon Khan @ Toni&Guy



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