Men’s Hair & Beards, to beard or not to beard on Via Maurillo Milano, as you’ll find, just like any individual no beard is the same. Each one has its own lifestyle and culture expressed in rhythm for the modern man to celebrate his own personal style.
Ps Both of these gents are wearing short classic men’s haircuts. What I think is cool about this side-by-side look is how individually different they really are.
Men’s Hair, the signature on St. Andrew’s St.-Dublin, there are just some haircuts that are a trademark, and Gary’s haircut is without a doubt a signature style. For some, this style may seem to swing towards the hardcore side but hear me out on this one guys, the beauty of this haircut is it’s so versatile you have a never-ending list of styling options to work with. If you want a break from the up-in-the-air-hairstyle, slick it back. If you want a softer look, create a low part and comb it over. Men’s Hair, the signature on St. Andrew’s St.-Dublin is fresh, fun and looks fantastic on Gary.
Men’s Hair, interactive on Via Montenapolene-Milano, there is one thing for certain and that is, this men’s haircut has a lot going on. The vanilla blond hair color combined with the asymmetrical hairstyle, rolls from short to long then from smooth to spikey, which makes it all interactive because it speaks its own style language and it’s all in sync.
Men’s Beard, modern renaissance in Dublin, although a beard is never out and always in there are some who should celebrate a beautiful beard in style.
Aaron’s beard flourishes a rich colorful red tone that is rare and unique, which is what makes his beard curiously modern!
Men’s Hair, today’s punk in Dublin, is somewhat a flashback in real time. Jordan stays true to non-conformist style by wearing a modern haircut to add the right edge to his look. It is most often the hairstyle that plays the roll for today’s modern punk, which is why it’s so cool and well suited for Jordan!
PS. Dermot McHugh collaborated the hair color for this shoot.
Men’s Hair, mode on Dawson Lane-Dublin, has that cool get out of bed head and roll with the day style! It’s mode & lively hairstyle that’s fashionably elegant on Vichniakov.
Men’s Hair, the cool classic on Via Gesu-Milano, this is one example of how a classic men’s haircut is well suited beyond classic.
Floyrino a native Italian has naturally wavy hair, and as he wears a classic cut, characteristic style plays the part and creates a cool look.
Men’s Hair, the milanese bouffant, in Piazza del Duomo-Milano, a little extra height with a touch of width, creates a cool version of the modern bouffant.
Men’s Hair, the modification on Anne’s Lane, when you’re over the classic men’s crew cut and really don’t want to go through the painstaking growing out phase… there are some stylish options!
Meet Dermot, an Irish native from Galway and a rocking hairdresser at Robert Chambers. He’s been a long time fan of the classic men’s crew cut until a couple weeks ago. He wanted a new hairstyle that’s short, trendy and tailored to suit his very thick hair texture. Here’s the beginning of a fresh new look! Click here to see his classic handcrafted crew.
PS. Dermot’s cocktail of choice is Sebastian Craft Clay mixed with Liquid Steel for texture and reinforcement.
Men’s & Women’s Hair, groovy on William St., between Patricia’s little feminine afro and Ger’s always carefully tailored beard and mustache, groovy is synonymous with cool.