Trendlooks 2016

Trendy Men’s Hair Styles: Great Hair for Him

Trendy men’s hair styles
Trendy men’s hair styles – these guys are up to date
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Women have noticed with some envy that men’s hair grows faster than theirs, aside from being denser and more stable at least in younger years. Since young males no longer think of leaving the house without a cool haircut, we present to you our favourite trendy hair styles for men

  • Do you like your hair slick with gel like Guttenberg, long and casual like Johnny Depp or razor short like George Clooney? We believe that everything goes. As long as the haircut looks organised and fits the personality. Your hair stylist can help you find the right hair style for you, aside from cutting your hair. We like to suggest some hair styles for you just in case you are still searching for a style of your own.

  • Men’s Hair Care Made Simple!

    Men are practical by nature. They like to use their distinctive smelling shower gel for everything and their hair as well. It is the expedient solution. In our opinion, this is a bad idea. Men’s hair is in fact finicky and wants to be treated with tender loving care. Shower gels often contain detergents, which dry out the skin as well as the hair. Men should therefore reach for the proper shampoo for their specific hair type. For fine hair this should be a volumising shampoo, while a rich shampoo for stressed hair works better for thick waves. A shampoo for normal hair is most suitable if your hair needs a daily shampoo. This will give men’s hair the necessary lustre, does not weigh it down and is gentle on the scalp.

  • Trendy Men’s Hair Styles: Great Hair for Him

    Jake Gyllenhaal

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    Jake Gyllenhaal

    Whatever he does, he should not hide those beautiful eyes. Jake Gyllenhaal’s haircut is graduated throughout and his hair is combed to the side with the help of a little wax. The hair over his ears is cut shorter still using a hair cutting machine

    Jim Carry

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    Jim Carrey

    Comedian Jim Carrey is not in the habit of taking things too seriously, especially not himself. This is why he has the courage to try this stepped bob with side parting. He is as courageous as he is trendy

    Johnny Depp

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    Johnny Depp

    Johnny Depp is so cool that he can even wear a bob. His hair is cut in uneven steps and with little styling crème

    Justin Timberlake

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    Justin Timberlake

    Justin Timberlake’s extremely short haircut and his nerdy glasses go perfectly together. This hair style is ideal for men with naturally wavy hair

    George Clooney

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    George Clooney

    You got class Mister Clooney! The very short steeply graduated haircut showcases his greying hair well

    Hugh Grant

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    Hugh Grant

    Hugh Grant shows puppy eyes and the out-of-bed look. He wears the casually upward styled hair with attitude. The hair should not be too short for this style and you should use styling crème rather than gel so that you don’t wind up wearing quills like a porcupine

    David Beckham

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    David Beckham

    Soccer legend David Beckham’s hair is short and can be worn in many different ways. The hair can be swept to either side or styled upward with a little gel as shown here

    Ermenegildo Zegna

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    Men’s Hair Styles From The Catwalk: Ermenegildo Zegna

    The dandy haircut of Ermenegildo Zegna fits his elegant evening outfit very well. The hair is styled back using gel. The covering hair should be at least 8 to 10 cm (3 to 4 inches) long for this hair style

    Trussardi

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    Men’s Hair Styles From The Catwalk: Trussardi

    Trussardi’s models saunter over the catwalk wearing hair styles with extra-long stepped side partings and otherwise fairly short hair

    Pierre Cardin

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    Men’s Hair Styles From The Catwalk: Pierre Cardin

    Dependent on the outfit, the hair style looks cool and casual or a little menacing. Gel is used to bring shine and shape to the razor-short hair

    Gianfranco Ferré

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    Men’s Hair Styles From The Catwalk: Gianfranco Ferré

    Here you see the modern interpretation of the moptop with extra-long fringes. A lot of styling crème was used on the hair style before taking it out to the ‘walk in the Hamptons’ by Gianfranco Ferré

    Michael Kors

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    Men’s Hair Styles From The Catwalk: Michael Kors

    Personally, Michael Kors is partial to razor-short hair. His male models however enter the catwalk showing soft graduated haircuts with long neck hair. The fringes fall long into the forehead and look particularly hip

    Banana Republic

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    Men’s Hair Styles From The Catwalk: Banana Republic

    Nothing is styled, nothing is gentrified. The men in Banana's Republic shows wear their hair as it grows. The luxury label features casual curls to match the puristic-elegant fashion