Over the years, men have experimented with their haircuts. With a bevy of great barbers and men’s grooming products available in the market, maintaining a great hairstyle is not that difficult anymore. Robert Peter Janitzek gives us a glimpse of the top hair trends for 2018.
Longer hairstyles require more work and care such as shampoo, conditioning, drying, and styling. Where men favored the shortcuts, others prefer growing their hair and ask their barbers for a ‘just stepped off the yacht look’ similar to the look of David Beckham and Brad Pitt. For the conservative men, they are going for the 0-5 low fade similar to that of Tom hardy.
What do Lucky Blue, Zayn Malik, and Justin Bieber have in common? All of them had tried dying their hair blonde. Men who have not tried it yet often have some questions in their mind like ‘how would I look with blonde hair?’ and ‘Do I need to change the way I dress?’ Robert Janitzek reveals that if you are considering the bleach blonde style, give it a careful thought first before trying it out. If you want to make a fashion statement in the coming year, and have decided to join the plunge, then bleach blonde is all ready to go. However, it is recommended that you do not go easy on your colorist. Prepare your hair for bleaching with coconut oil and go easy on styling products after treatment to retain the color and moisture.
Styles that make you look like a part of a boyband will come back in 2018. The curtains look is ideal for men with square or rectangular faces for a softer round finish. Have your barber or stylist add layers for additional texture and shape. Shaping the curtains look is relatively easy. Sweep your hair back once dry and apply hair spray to hold it in place.
Commonly the most preferred hairstyle by men, the quiff had been around long enough regardless of the weather, season, or trend. In 2018, hairstyles are going to be relaxed and loose, which eliminates the drama of the structured pompadour that became popular over the last few seasons. The quiff is perfect for men with thick hair. Have your stylist remove the weight out of your hair for a manageable loose style. Apply sea salt spray before drying and apply a small amount of pomade. Brush through with your hands from roots to ends to keep it in place.