Captured

Dudes with up-dos

Why should women have all the bobby-pinned fun?

For far too long, long-haired men the world over have been suffering the injustice of going without fancy hair styling. Egregiously, these long-suffering men have been forced to merely tuck a lock behind an ear, or worse, pull their tresses back into a unkempt ponytail.

Not anymore.

Jessica Saia, the visual producer of The Bold Italic, took eight willing men to a local San Francisco salon to give them the personalized up-dos their luscious locks deserved. As Saia notes: "The results were baby's breath-taking."

To check out the rest of these tantalizing transformations, go to The Bold Italic.

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