Get Your Grooming Tips from Italian Master Barber, Gian Antonio Pisterzi

first_img Get Acquainted With the Military-Approved Skincare Brand Bravo Sierra Editors’ Recommendations 10 Best Beard Balms: The Secret to a Tamed and Tangle-Free Beard The Ultimate Pillow Guide: The 6 Best Pillows for All Sleepers Master barber Gian Antonio Pisterzi’s interest in grooming started early, when, as a child, he would accompany his grandfather to the local barbershop. A few years later at the tender age of eight, the barber shop hired Pisterzi to do small jobs. At 19, he began to work at Enzo Belfiore’s Afrodite Salon in Rome. Then, in 2011 Pisterzi started at Dolce & Gabbana’s barbershop, giving Domenico Dolce weekly shaves. Acqua di Parma then named him their worldwide master barber. In 2015, Pisterzi opened the first Gian Antonio Pisterzi barber shop at Via Montenapoleone in Milan. How to Shave With a Straight Razor What are tips for maintaining your haircut in between visits?Best advice is to use specific hair products for that type of hair and wash three times a week. When drying, do not rub the hair with the towel but actually dab it dry – rubbing wet hair causes damage to the hair structure and leads to breakage. I also suggest doing a hair mask once a week, especially in between seasons when the hair is more prone to damage.  The mask helps strengthen hair and protects it from the elements – allowing hair to be its healthiest year round.For more information or to make an appointment, visit gianantoniopisterzi.com.Images courtesy of gianantoniopisterzi.com. The Barbershop Renaissance and Men’s Grooming Revolution, According to Fellow Barber’s Sam Buffa Pisterzi just made his debut stateside at the first Gian Antonio Pisterzi barber shop in New York, situated on the Club 55 level of Cipriani Wall Street, where visitors can receive a shave that combines old world charm with contemporary styling. The Manual quizzed Pisterzi on the differences between Italian and American grooming, how to maintain a beard in between barber shop visits, and how to take care of your hair before you need your next cut.What are the differences between grooming in Italy and the U.S.?Between Italy and the U.S., I don’t see many differences in grooming; it’s fun to care for Italian and US customers, both are wonderful. The only difference I will say is Italians are more particular and attune to details – like myself – whereas Americans are more fluid and open to my ideas and interpretation of what suits them best.When I first came to the U.S., I saw a void in tailored and personalized services; everyone had the same haircut or beard shape and barbershops serviced clients as fast as possible without much attention to small but impactful details. My mission here is to educate people, that with the right cut or beard shape, any man can make the perfect impression whether it be on a date, at a meeting or interview.What are tips for keeping up your beard in between barbershop visits?It’s very important to keep the beard moisturized and clean.Wash once every two days with a beard shampoo, not hair shampoo or body washApply a beard conditioner then rinseOnce dried, apply beard oil and brush with beard brush or combUsing beard-specific products is equally important because facial hair is coarser, stronger than regular hair; the wrong product can cause skin irritations or frizz in the beard.last_img read more

Cat survived for three weeks after getting trapped under a concrete floor

first_img“She is a lovely cat and was very affectionate once we got her out, I think she was very grateful. Sharon Knight from the RSPCA with the rescued cat Workmen used an angle grinder to dig into the concrete and free the catCredit:RSPCA/Bav Media RSPCA Animal Collection Officer Sharon Knight, who went to the site, said: “I can’t see how else the cat could have got under the floor, she must have been there when the concrete was poured on – all the air vents were sealed.”The concrete had been poured on three weeks ago, she must have survived on the moisture under the floor, she was thin but not weak.”Thankfully she has a good strong meow so she was heard, otherwise we would never have been able to rescue her. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. “I’d also like to say thank you to the staff at Persimmon Homes who acted very quickly and didn’t hesitate to dig up the floor and rescue the cat.”Fortunately the cat was microchipped so we were able to reunite her with her owner as soon as we could.”  A cat survived for three weeks after getting trapped under a concrete floor.The pet was finally rescued when builders heard “miaows” coming from under their feet.The cat had become stranded beneath the newly laid floors of the building which was under construction.Builders called the RSPCA when they heard miaowing coming from under the floor. They were forced to use an angle grinder to cut a square shaped hole in the floor in order to reach the terrified feline.The rescue took place at a partially built house on a Persimmon Homes estate in Weldon, Corby, Northants., on Sunday. Sharon Knight from the RSPCA said the cat has a strong meowCredit:RSPCA/Bav Media Workmen used an angle grinder to dig into the concrete and free the catlast_img read more