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The 5 Large Rising Traits for Autumn/Winter


Twice Worldwide Males’s Worldwide Hairdresser of the Yr, Jim Shaw, Proprietor and Director of TONI&GUY Billericay,  offers his pattern predictions for males as the brand new Autumn/Winter 20/21 season quick approaches.

2020 has undoubtedly been a yr to recollect and I can’t imagine we’re practically in August already,” says Jim. “As autumn shortly approaches, under I’ve put collectively my prime 5 males’s hair pattern predictions for autumn/winter outlining what I feel males will probably be asking for within the salon as the brand new season approaches…

1. Lengthy and wavy – Through the lockdown interval we observed males both shaving all their hair off or permitting their hair to develop lengthy and embracing it. I feel a variety of males had been stunned at how a lot they want the longer size and the way a lot simpler that is to fashion and now, extra males are beginning to come into the salon and maintain their hair barely longer and as an alternative of opting for a whole restyle, they’ve simply been trimming their hair or asking for recommendation on kinds to swimsuit the longer size. Waves are a coiffure that we have now seen turn into increasingly widespread and I feel it will undoubtedly proceed into autumn/winter 2020. Males like to have hair that’s simple to fashion and all that’s required for this look is an easy texturizing spray like a salt spray to provide the hair extra of a wave and a few quantity and grit. That is such an informal but cool coiffure and will probably be an enormous hit with males as a result of it not being a really low upkeep fashion.

2. Slicked again – Slicked again hairstyles I’ve began to note turn into extra on pattern just lately and these work nicely for these with brief or lengthy hair, the place a hairdryer can be utilized to slick the hair again off the face earlier than ending with a gel or serum for maintain or shine. I feel this look is a really refined look and is nice for males who like that skilled, enterprise man look. It’s additionally a fantastic look as it really works for many face shapes and it may be made extra modern by pairing it with an undercut. 

3. Buzz Reduce – As I discussed beforehand, a variety of males can have experimented with the thrill reduce through the lockdown interval and shaved off all their hair because it acquired too lengthy and unruly. I feel a variety of males can have been stunned that they might pull of this look and likewise would have beloved how low upkeep this fashion is with no styling required. If a shopper is interested by making an attempt this within the salon, we usually advise to begin with a clipper on the quantity Three or 2 after which they’ll see how they really feel earlier than reducing this any shorter and maybe going to a no 1. 

4. Facet partings – Facet partings are a good way for males to alter up their look, significantly if they’re used to a center parting, as altering to a aspect parting can provide their hair added quantity. Facet partings will proceed to turn into standard as we coming into the autumn/winter season and there are such a lot of methods these will be integrated into males’s hairstyles, whether or not they have brief or lengthy hair. A quiff, fade or comb over fashion additionally seems to be significantly nice paired with a aspect parting, including extra drama to the look and giving it an total extra modern end. 

5. Brief and textured – I feel the important thing to seems to be coming into autumn/winter 2020 is that they’re undoubtedly wanting extra low upkeep, textured and tender. With this in thoughts, those that favor shorter hairstyles will probably be including extra texture into their fashion and we’ll discover a variety of males asking for layers inside their brief hair to do that or requesting extra of a Caesar fashion haircut, the place the hair is pale on the perimeters and thickness and texture is left on the highest. 

 

Hair: Jim Shaw and Daisy Carter

 

Styling: Jim Shaw

 

Images: Tony Le Britton

 

Make-up: Roseanna Velin

 





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