Justin Broesky

Winnipeg Free Press - Section E - - STYLE - By Ce­line Bon­neville

Hair stylists are trend­set­ters; be­ing cre­ative with their clients is the most en­joy­able part of their jobs. Stylist Justin Broesky says, “Peo­ple tend to stick with what they know looks good, but when we can get a lit­tle ex­tra snazzy, we do. Clients like it when we can be cre­ative and have it look good.” Work­ing in a sa­lon, Broesky can also be cre­ative with his cloth­ing, ac­ces­soriz­ing with hats and draw­ing in­spi­ra­tion from his work and the stylish co-work­ers around him.

What he wore….

SWEATER — “West 49 in St. Vi­tal.” HAT –— “On­line, Ama­zon.com. I nor­mally get hats on­line.” JEANS — “They are Le­vis; I think they’re from The Bay.” SHOES — “I can’t re­mem­ber. I think I got them when I was in Ari­zona.” GLASSES – “Spare Parts in Polo Park.” BRACELET –— “This is a friend­ship bracelet, home­made,” says Broesky with a laugh. “My hat, be­cause it’s just eas­ier to throw on a hat. I would pre­fer to sleep in than to style my hair; I like to do other peo­ple’s hair. I have a hand­ful of hats that I got on­line, be­cause they’re nor­mally cheaper than in the stores. I got one in the city here that was $80 and then I found the ex­act same one (on­line) for $20, so I’ve just been stick­ing with that.”

Style in­spi­ra­tion

“I look at a lot of celebrity mag­a­zines. I work at a hair sa­lon so there’s def­i­nitely a lot of young peo­ple. I love lay­er­ing clothes. It’s never one shirt; it’s al­ways a bunch un­der­neath each other — that’s why I love fall, be­cause you can layer on the cloth­ing. I care about what I put on. I try on at least six dif­fer­ent out­fits be­fore I go out. It’s never the first out­fit that I leave the house in.”

Fash­ion tip

“Find clothes that fit and that are tai­lored to your body.”

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