POPULAR MEN’S HAIRSTYLES FOR SPRING
September 3, 2020
Spring is that time of the year when we say goodbye to the winter chills and usher in the season of new beginnings. It is a time for growth and the gateway to summer and good-times. There is no better way to bring in the warmer weather than with a fresh new hairstyle and an upbeat attitude.
Let’s take a look at the hairstyles that are on trend and practical for the new season:
A classic cut with its roots stemming from the military crew of the World War Two era. Both super stylish and practical, add a hard part for a look that is synonymous with men of service and good character. If you have business to take care of and need a trusted and well rounded style then this is the look for you, a spring style for men across all generations.
This is quite an adaptable and versatile cut, a short textured style that can be worn in many different ways. For a super clean and sharp look that oozes contemporary style, pair the blunt fringe and short textured top with a high fade on the back and sides. Perfect for the warm weather and easy maintenance.
Not talking about the Billy Ray Cyrus version here. More along the lines of the shorter, new school styles that are becoming increasingly popular. The style has recently made its way onto centre stage with many an NRL star now rocking the look. A skin fade on the sides that gives way to some longer length up top and on the back is the trick here. Don’t go for too much length or you’ll loose your cool and get too hot with the warmer weather.
If you fancy the mullet, be sure to get involved in The Black Dog Institute’s Mullets For Mental Health. They are encouraging people to shape and grow a mullet for the month of September to raise much-needed funds for mental health research. Get involved at: blackdoginstitute.org.au
That is three of the most popular hairstyles for men this spring.
Keep in mind that each of these styles is adaptable for the individual. Come in and see the team if you have any questions or when you are ready to get into your new skin for spring. We’re open seven days a week in the Orange City Centre.