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Tie Games by Carmelo Tortosa

Tuesday, 08 January 2019 09:23

A collection conceived for today's man in which Carmelo Tortosa takes a tour through different lengths, ranging from short and cropped to long and lustrous. A technically meticulous ensemble that is dedicated to all lovers of men's barbering.

  • Credits
    Hair: Carmelo Tortosa
    Makeup: Atrium by El Patio del Barbero
    Photo: Edu Pereiro
    Editing: Erika Cortijo
  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



  • Tie Game, de Carmelo Tortosa



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