Hair Trends for Men from The Salon, Top Durham Hair Salons
Thinking of trying out a hot new look? Here, the team at The Salon, Sherburn Village & Langley Park have taken a look at the top 5 hairstyles for Men to inspire you!
1. The “Caesar” Buzz Cut
The ‘Caesar Haircut’ has always been a popular buzz cut among fashion-forward guys for good reason. The short length of the style makes it easy to maintain, and looks great when you work in a little texture for a messy, understated look. It will stay in place all day, with little to no maintenance required.
2. The Pompadour Skin Fade
This pompadour with a skin fade is a newer take on the classic style, and it’s undoubtedly dapper. You can make the pompadour more or less dramatic depending on your style, and both work for different situations.
If you like the ultra-short look, ask your Stylist at our hair salons in Durham to use a #2 or #3 on the sides and fade from there. Anything longer won’t give you this look. There should still be some length on top, but the amount is up to you.
3. The Disconnected Undercut
Disconnected undercuts are the most popular variation of the classic undercut hairstyle and are set to be huge. So, what makes this different than any other undercut?!
Well, it’s disconnected! Meaning the sides of the hair are short and more importantly all one size, this creates a noticeable contrast between the sides of the hair and the top.
4. Curls, Curls, Curls!
Whether you go short and defined or long and loose, you’ll be part of a new wave of men’s hairstyles. There’s a variety of ways to style your curls, from subtle, gentle curls to curly-fry locks.
You can pair your curls with an undercut or a skin fade for a look that will stand out from the rest for its uniqueness. If you have curly hair, get your hands on some high quality styling products and get ready for the new season.
5. The Slick Back & Beard Combo
We forecast a high-shine look taking centre stage – which means lots of pomade! Like a side part, slicked hair is a versatile technique that can be paired with other styles. It’s appropriate for both short and long hair, but curly-haired fellows may not be able to achieve the look.
And, while the hipster beard may have gone (somewhat) out of style, we expect to see lots of facial hair. Whether you’re capable of growing only a bit of stubble or a full beard, you’ll find endless ways to incorporate your facial hair into your hairstyles.