The Hare Collection by Manuel Mon elevates hair art to the next level, making him an influential figure in the hairdressing industry.
Being the hair the highest part of the body, Manuel Mon explains that in some African cultures it is considered the gateway of the spirits to pass on to the souls, having a fundamental cultural significance.
At ‘Hare’, straightening hair, which is thick and curly by nature, becomes the basis of social acceptance, and from there, multiple ethnic groups become powerful creators of fashion. Extreme hold and tortuous shapes in the form of curls and pseudo-braids. Polished and shiny roots framing ancestral cultural features and shapes; war paintings of women who evolve and assert themselves as founders of new trends.
Manuel Mon, a renowned Spanish hairdresser, has been making waves in the fashion and beauty industry with his innovative techniques and artistic vision. Born and raised in Oviedo (Asturias), Manuel developed a passion for hairstyling at an early age, which led him to pursue a career in the field. With years of experience and a unique creative flair, he has become a sought-after name in the industry.
Hair: Manuel Mon
Photo: Bernardo Baragaño
Makeup: María Montes
Styling: Ana González
Model: Heidy Díaz
Products: Revlon Professional
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