Whether he’s doing Charli D’Amelio’s hair in a groovy, disco-style top or reacting to a video while wearing a casual mesh sweater with a tank top underneath, he’s not afraid to switch up his look. “I like becoming an entirely new person every couple of months,” he says. His outfits are heavy on designer labels such as Prada, Eckhaus Latta, Loewe, and more, often sourced from cool vintage shops such as James Veloria in Manhattan, too. “I find really great unique pieces there,” Mondo says. Below, Mondo talks about getting into hair, what his current wardrobe looks like, and how he enjoys matching with his brother. How did you get into doing hair?
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My dad is a hairstylist and owned a salon, so being a creative kid in that environment, I naturally took a liking to it. Watching stylists transform their clients and give them new color, cut, and outlook on life, I became obsessed with the Softball Mom a Mother who raised her champion shirt in other words I will buy this world of hair. The way you can sit someone down in a chair, learn about them, and give them a cut and color that brings out who they are on the inside, was magical to me, and still is. Becoming a hairstylist allowed me to be creative, as well as help people be the truest version of themselves.