Mercedes-Benz NYC Fashion Week Spring 2011: Carlos Campos

For the Carlos Campos show, Cesar Ramirez, lead stylist for Catwalk by TIGI, created a look inspired by free-spirited men with a well-traveled, effortless style. The look, which was supposed to look "free, but not completely messy," was achieved by using Your Highness Root Boost to dirty the hair and give it texture, then the hair was blow-dried to a given shape, then dry shampoo was sprayed on hair to eliminate shine and give the style hold, and Volume Hairspray completed the look.

For the makeup, Karlo Beau created a "rebel reinterpreted look" to complement the menswear collection. Beau lightly disheveled the eye brows on the male models with a setting liquid to look like they  just woke up. He then tinted the lashes and stained the lips with a light color to stand out from the rest of the bare skin. "The Carlos Campos man this season is a world traveler, refined and redefined," Beau says. "Amidst his detachment, his sense of style prevails. Regardless of his chosen geography, he'll always look his best."

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