5 summer hair trends for men

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5 summer hair trends for men

There are so many hair trends for men to choose from this summer, with inspiration gained from the likes of Instagram and social media. One major theme is that of natural and textured haircuts. Below we explore five summer hair trends for men that are natural and will keep you cool.

1. The textured crop

This cut will gain in popularity this summer as it's easy to manage while being a little different. The key to this look is adding volume in the form of sharp, short layers. The fringe can also be kept straight, or if preferred, choppy. Simply finish with a matte clay.

2. The soft undercut

This cut was incredibly popular a few years ago and now it is back, but much softer. Sides are now given softer shapes while the top is cut in a more natural way, leaving the length slightly longer and less stiff.

3. The long and short textured quiff

Both the long and short textured quiff are big trends this summer. This is partly inspired by David Beckham's latest look. This short quiff look is low maintenance, while not being too short. As it's longer on top, this allows you to have that textured and messy relaxed look. This is best achieved by using Japanese barber scissors. The long textured quiff is just a longer length on top.

4. Wavy and long

The long and wavy look is perfect if you don't want to go too short, yet want a manageable style. This is all about working with what you've got and keeping those waves. Spray hair with sea salt before you style, and use hairspray to keep your style in place.

5. The mod haircut

The mod is back, and although not suitable for everyone, it is a bold statement look. This is an easy-to-wear yet casual look that is just perfect for the summer festival season. Simply use hairspray or matte clay to keep hair in place.

These hair trends are all best achieved with the use of super sharp cobalt Japanese barber scissors. Please do browse our full range of cobalt scissors and for further information give us a call today.

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  • Marina Kyriacou
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