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Rob Mason's Fitzroy Grit!

Wednesday, 13 November 2013 12:31

Strict classic technique with a focus on modern suitability – here's Rob Mason, a leader in Australian men's grooming.

Effortless look of precision – hairstyles showcase effortless fading with balding clippers from skin into length. "Each guy that I worked with had his own strong sense of style and was already inspiring. Each cut I believe has a slight American barber feel to it featurng bald fades, psycho Billy quiffs, and hints of the punk and grunge era", says Rob Mason.

  • Credits:
  • Hair: Rob Mason, BIBA Clifton Hill Australia
  • Photo: Elizabeth Kinnaired
  • Styling: Melissa Nixon
  • Rob Mason - Fitzroy Grit



  • Rob Mason - Fitzroy Grit



  • Rob Mason - Fitzroy Grit



  • Rob Mason - Fitzroy Grit



  • Rob Mason - Fitzroy Grit



  • Rob Mason - Fitzroy Grit



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