We had a look through pretty much all the popular men’s hairstyles and chose these as our Summer favourites.
- The Peaky Blinder
Going nowhere anytime soon, this cut with it’s shaved short sides and length on top with a defined edge is still one of the biggest styles for Summer.
2. Longish and Layered
Again it’s been around for some time but this cut os perfect for Summer if you like to surf or spend time on the beach, easily styled with some salt spray and a matt paste.
3. Modern Textured Crop
A slight twist on the classic textured crop as this style has shorter sides and a little bit of length left on the fringe area, but still very textured through the top. Perfect if you want to update your style without too much of a change.
4. Blunt Fringe with Fade
A bit more of an extreme look than the modern textured crop but if you’re brave enough this is most definitely the style of the season. It can be customised by altering the length of the fringe and the texture/bluntness of the fringe, also the fade doesn’t necessarily need to be that tight, but we say if you’re going to do it you might as well go for it, it’ll grow back soon enough!
We scrolled through all the images of Men’s Fashion Week to check the trends set to show up in men’s hair. Good news if you like your hair short the buzz cut is going nowhere! Also still going strong is the longer textured cut, but if you like to stand out that little bit more our favourite are the styles with the short close sides and heavier longer fringe.
However if you’re not that brave you could try this version.
We’re really looking forward to seeing these styles out and about!
Spring is upon us and it’s time to update your style, texture is back in a big way as you’ll see! Here is our pick of the best men’s hair cuts for Spring.
- Textured Crop
The hair cut that works for pretty much all hair types and is perfect for Spring as there is still a bit of length to it so it’s not Summer short, but still sharp enough to look cool and all you need is to run a bit of label.men max wax through to keep it looking great.
2. Textured Fringe
This cut is a variation of the textured crop just with shorter sides and back, and a longer fringe towards to the front with lots of texture. Slightly more difficult to manage if your hair tends to stick up at the front, but still easily maintainable with a bit of label.men grooming cream scrunched through to show off the texture.
3. Textured Top
This hair cut is very similar to the last with it’s short sides and longer length on the top, however the difference here is that thickness and hair movement are being used to create the texture, the top is also longer through out not just on the fringe. The best way to style this hair cut is with label.men thickening tonic, spray it in to wet hair and then scrunch it as it dries to create movement within the thickness.
4. The Fade
This style has been around for some time and seems to be becoming a classic, maybe update it a little by by adding texture to the top with label.m matt paste.