I was recently curious and looked to see how the dictionary defines style to better understand the many ways style presents itself. Here’s a taste of the definition of style: the way in which something is done: good or bad style or the manner in which something is expressed or a distinctive, formal, or characteristic manner of expression in words, music, painting or elegance or refinement of manners, dress or prevailing fashion in dress, looks or a fashionable or ostentatious mode of existence: to live in style
As you can see Ger’s hair is only a part of his overall style but in the same note, it’s a key player in his overall look. Men’s Hair, the style guru on Johnson’s Court-Dublin, is not only about having style, it’s about being style.
There’s often something about style Italians seem to have innately. Women’s Hair, Italian style on Chatham Lane-Dublin, says it all. When an Italian woman feels good about her hair, she’ll share it with the world in style and grace.
Men’s Hair, importance on Balfe -Dublin, sometimes-in life a stylish haircut has importance.
Women’s Hair, the fringe on New Row Road-Dublin, the combination of long hair bunned up with a short fringe is stylish, chic and frames Claire’s face beautifully.
Women’s Hair, easy chic on New Row Road-Dublin, I like the combination of formal and informal, it just works. Bo’s elegant blond and bouncy summer waves create an easy chic carefree style.
Women’s Hair, know how on Proud’s Lane-Dublin, is all about the fringe. Vicky knows all too well how to gracefully work with her naturally straight hair texture and wear a casual-chic fringe style that’s up to date and looks great with her rock-esque style.