Trendlooks 2016

Men’s Hairstyles 2015 – Trends from Milan

Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015
Side partings will be a key trend for men’s hairstyles in 2015.
© Getty Images

Men’s hair trends for 2015 are timeless, dynamic, and amasingly versatile – as seen at the Milano Moda Uomo show. We’ve put together the latest top styles for men’s hair and explain in our gallery how to get the look.

  • Styled roguishly yet mature, the designers sent their models down the catwalk with hair that embodies sophisticated sportiness and laid-back elegance - the core elements of men's hairstyle trends for 2015.

  • Men’s Hairstyles 2015: An Emphasis on Accessories

  • Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015
    © Getty Images

    Men are free to choose their favourite key pieces to express their style. A trendy pair of sunglasses, as seen at the Tom Rebl show, can turn any rascal into a classic modern man and a simple bucket hat, as worn by Andrea Incontri’s models, evokes a spirit of boyish nonchalance. Hair can be styled as preferred.

    Left: Sunglasses and bucket hats are important accessories for the 2015 season.

  • Men’s Hairstyles 2015: A Beard Make the Man

  • Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015
    © Getty Images

    Three-day stubble has never fallen out of fashion, but the trend for facial hair has been cranked up a notch: a masculine full beard or fine moustache will be on trend in 2015. Combining with a contrasting elegant gelled style creates a particularly striking overall impression.

  • Take a look at our gallery for more men’s hairstyle trends for 2015.

  • Gallery: Men’s Hairstyle Trends for 2015

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Side Parting

    © Getty Images  

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Side Parting

    A side parting gives men just as much of a modern attitude as it did in the 1960s. The style combined with matte hair creates a distinctly retro, cool effect. A classic glossy look, on the other hand, supplies plenty of appealing charm. 

    Get the look: The best styling tool for this particular shape is a comb. Put the gel in your hair and comb into a precise side parting. Hold the style in place with hairspray.

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Long Hair

    © Getty Images  

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Long Hair

    Ever since Jared Leto, long hair has become acceptable again. Long hair is a key trend for 2015 and is best worn shoulder-length with a centre parting. Thick, healthy hair is a must - a receding hairline or thin hair are grounds for avoiding this particular style.


    Get the look: Part your hair dead centre and add a bit of matte paste to the ends to create some texture. As easy as that!

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Gelled Styles

    © Getty Images  

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Gelled Styles

    2015 is also the year for gelled hair trends. In addition to the classic version, in which the hair is combed back, the gelled style can now be swept into the face. 

    Get the look: Dampen your hair slightly and create a side parting or comb strands of hair into your face. Work the gel with a comb to achieve the desired style. When the hair is in place, let it dry naturally.

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Hair Band

    © Getty Images  

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Hair Band

    Hair bands are not just for Alice. This practical hair accessory temporarily vanished from the scene, only to be glimpsed now and then on footballers. Now it’s made the move back to centre stage - on men’s heads.

    Men’s Hair Trends 2015: Platinum Blond

    © Getty Images  

    Men’s Hair Trends 2015: Platinum Blond

    A trend for women in 2014, this look has crossed over to men’s styles for 2015. The look works best when styled casually. A structured, fringed cut comes into its own when accompanied by this light hair colour.

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Ponytails

       

    Men’s Hairstyle Trends 2015: Fringe

    Roguish charm comes in abundance with the new ponytail trend and the best thing is that hair covering the forehead suits pretty much everyone. Anything is possible, from a tousled and wispy style swept onto the face, to a precise and well-defined cut. The style conveys a pleasant impression, even deliberately shy. It works especially well in combination with a polo-neck and high collar.