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AIPP Awards 2014-2015: Best Men's Hairstyling!

Friday, 10 October 2014 22:26

Overtaking by a long chalk, racing against women for the title of big spenders in salons... Vivan los hombres!

And also competing hard for a winner’s medal, with barely-there fringes, glam whiskers and rétro curls. Male power, contemporary slang. Yet more competition photos trying to win the coveted AIPP Awards organized by the Association Internationale Presse Professionnelle de la Coiffure. This award is coveted for having no brand affiliations and for its prestigious jury. This year 561 collections from 34 countries were presented: ten finalists and only one winner for each category that will be awarded at the Alternative Hair Show in London. The Royal Albert Hall is ready for Sunday!

 

  • Hair: Makeover / Photo: David Arnal



  • Hair: Uros Mikic / Photo: Karla Majnaric



  • Hair: Marco PM / Photo: Mikel Muruzabal



  • Hair: Robert Stary / Photo: Rene/Radka



  • Hair: Kevin Luchmun @ Toni&Guy / Photo: Danny Baldwin



  • Hair: D&J Ambrose / Photo: Jenny Hands



  • Hair: GS Peluqueros / Photo: David Arnal



  • Hair: Aiden Horwood @ Heading Out / Photo: Fiona Storey



  • Hair: Rustam Mirasov / Photo: Dmitry Bulin



  • Hair: Sal Misseri / Photo: Babak



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