Once upon a time ago, it was seen as taboo for men to be too concerned with their outward appearances. Now, however, things are totally different.
2017 has been the year of fashion forward men so far, with male celebrities and trendsetters alike taking daring risks and setting the fashion bar higher than ever with unique looks and individual styles.
If you’re looking to join the masses in a men’s hairstyle revolution, take a look at some of the hottest hairstyle trends of 2017 and decide for yourself what will potentially look best on you.
“The Quiff” Look
Perhaps the best thing about the quiff is that it can both be dressed up and down. For a more laid back look, you can pair the quiff with a pair of jeans and a t-shirt and you’ll look every bit the city dwelling, fashion forward hipster. For a smarter look, this hairstyle looks awesome with a nice suit as well.
To get this ultra popular look, all you have to do is ask your barber for some extra texture and length. The Length of your quiff is up to you, but the shorter quiff is what seems to be most popular at the moment. This messy, textured look is easy to both obtain and maintain by adding a bit of hair putty or clay into wet hair. Then simply comb the product through from roots to ends in the direction that you’d like your quiff to go in. Once that is accomplished, blow dry your hair upwards for added volume with a cylinder brush.
The Side Part Look
If you want to look like you’re more serious than the hip quiff, you may want to consider the classic side part.
It’s easy to get simply by asking your barber for one inch on the back and sides, then up to four inches on the top for length. Add gel to wet hair and comb through to set your side part, then you’re good to go.
The Silver Fox Look
Silver hair is no longer for aging gentlemen. Thanks to Zayn Malik, silver hair is all the rage with fashionable young men everywhere.
The biggest piece of advice that I can give when it comes to getting silver hair is that you should absolutely go to a professional. Whenever dealing with hair dye, it’s always in your best interests to go to a salon and get it done the right way. Especially if you have darker hair that may require bleaching before you dye it, you are going to want to go to a professional hair stylist so you don’t permanently damage your mane.
It may cost a bit of extra money as opposed to a boxed dye job, but you are guaranteed that it will look great.