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Men, Get ready for Spring!

March 4, 2013 · Posted in: Blog, Hair, Inspiration, Our Favorites, Stylists Picks

chicagomenshairstyleMen’s hairstyles have been influenced by the twenties and thirties over the past few seasons. Close cuts exteriors paired with more length in the crown that is pushed back have been popular. Many popular men’s styles use wax and gel for a strong hold.

Tight sides and longer tops are still popular this spring, but the shaves are a bit softer. The distinction between perimeter and rest is not as strong and there are more varied styling options. It is still stylish to push your hair up and away, but looser locs, hair brushed forward or brushed to the side are also options.

Shoulder-length hair is also gaining popularity. It’s a great choice for guys looking for a low maintenance option.
When determining your style this season, consider your natural hair type and texture. Go with a style that works well with your natural hair curl. Or you could always go with a razor cut for maximum versatility because it removes bulk and creates less defined lines.

Don’t forget to invest in good products as well. Aveda’s Pure-Formance line provides exceptional hair care and style options.

Credit: Style Noted.

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  2. chris l says:

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  3. Bridget Kagan says:

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  6. Maddie says:

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  10. Tauseef says:

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  11. Sarah says:

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  12. Ishaq says:

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  13. Dean Briscoe says:

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