It’s been a big year for the Angulo brothers, the six New York City siblings whose isolated childhood and obsession with Hollywood movies is the central narrative of Crystal Moselle’s riveting documentary, The Wolfpack.
Now having attended the film’s many festival premieres, the brothers are preparing to celebrate their next creative endeavor with the opening of “The Wolfpack Show” at Deitch Projects in SoHo this week. Featuring their handmade, roughly modeled costumes, props, and scripts, as well as the premiere of Mukunda Angulo’s film, Window Feel, the exhibit showcases the unbridled imagination that resulted from the Angulos’ unlikely upbringing in the Lower East Side, and reminds us just how much there was to love about the documentary—from the family’s at-home dance parties to their silken, black, waist-grazing hair.
Thick, lustrous, and lengthy, their matching on-screen coifs look as though they might have spent just as much time performing coconut oil treatments on one another’s scalps as they did re-enacting Reservoir Dogs. And at the moment, with the sudden dip in temperatures along the East Coast, wouldn’t that be time well spent? In a world where it’s easy to overschedule every hour of the day, maybe the best thing for a creative spirit to do is to stay home and mask your hair—using newfound free time to strengthen, condition, and restore your strands while trying your hand at a new artistic pursuit. Above, eight hydrating and rejuvenating hair masks that are reason enough to cancel your dinner plans and find the wolf within.
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