How do I look like Jon Snow?

His al­ter-ego knows noth­ing, but Kit Har­ing­ton is full of groom­ing wis­dom

Sharp - - STYLE - By Alex Nino Ghe­ciu

IT’S HARD BE­ING the best-look­ing guy in all of Wes­teros. You con­stantly get called “pretty” by wildlings and men of the Night’s Watch alike when all you want is to be re­spected as Lord Com­man­der. Such is life for Jon Snow — and Kit Har­ing­ton, the guy who plays him, can cer­tainly re­late. Af­ter seven sea­sons on Game of Thrones, the hir­sute star ad­mits he’s un­easy about the in­or­di­nate amount of at­ten­tion the me­dia pays to his iconic mane and smoul­der­ing good looks. “It’s an oc­cu­pa­tional haz­ard,” he says. “That’s just what hap­pens, and when it does, it can get frus­trat­ing. I feel it’s bad prac­tice to al­ways fo­cus on one’s ex­ter­nal ap­pear­ance.”

Which makes Har­ing­ton’s de­ci­sion to sign on as the new face of Dolce & Gabbana’s cologne, The One for Men, seem coun­ter­in­tu­itive. That is, un­til you think about it: now, in­stead of dwelling on his looks, peo­ple will fo­cus on his whole aura. Of course, that didn’t stop us from in­ter­ro­gat­ing him about ev­ery as­pect of his groom­ing reg­i­men. Have you not seen those glo­ri­ous locks?

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