CAPELLI: NEW DANDY

Dandy’s Style is definitely back in limelight during the recent years, modernized by a metropolitan mood, which is present not only in clothing and lifestyle, but also in hairstyle.

Who was a Dandy? An often bored, eccentric, melancholy, elegant and sometimes outrageous man. Dandyism was a cultural and costume movement and originated in England in the nineteenth century, of which Brian George Brummel, Beau Brummel, was its precursor. The Dandy had an intense sensitivity to detail and wore a unique style characterized by tight, or on the contrary, very large clothing. He loved oils, creams and perfumes, and it was an intellectual and detached from reality person, who took care of style, good taste and good manners. Enthusiastic supporters of the movement of dandyism were Oscar Wilde, Jean Cocteau, Gabriele D’Annunzio and Charles Baudelaire.

A man who wants to loves and reinvent himself, not only in clothing but also in hairstyle is a New Dandy. A reinterpretation of the historical Dandy where nothing is left to chance: the cut is studied and the key element is given by the forelock that takes the entire front.

The hair is of medium length, characterized by movements, waves, curls, while the lateral line will be more or less define. It is a refined style, who wants to look unconventional, delicate, elegant, nostalgic, retro and partly androgynous.

The color of hair is natural, preferably a blonde washed out or a dull black. To put the finishing touches are specific styling products that make the hairstyle perfect and flawless.

The New Dandy plays with fashion, always in search of quirky detail that allows him to stand out, one mood that continues to fascinate, the prototype of a way of life in search of style.

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