Men’s Hair, structure on Anne’s Lane-Dublin, when it comes to creating shape in a men’s hairstyle, stick with the classics because they have structure.
Dave’s hair genre is built on a classic men’s haircut. What gives his classic haircut character is the interwoven texture combined with the natural waves. It’s a defined style that’s interesting and modern.
PS. Dave is wearing a closely groomed version of the ever modern box beard style.
Men’s Hair, allegria on Rue Vieille Du Temple-Paris, when you have beautiful, naturally wavy hair like Arnaud, it’s truly something to be happy about.
Men’s Hair, pragmatic on Via Gesu-Milano, the combination of this down to earth hairstyle and the modern suit is pragmatism in its finest.
Men’s Hair, alive on Madison Ave-NYC, when you’re alive with style , you even feel it in your hairstyle.
men’s hair, low key on fade st.-dublin, there’s often something understated with naturally curly hairstyles. And it usually has a certain style of design that’s unique each individual. Neil’s hairstyle does have a low-key vibe about it and in the same note has a keen edge.
men’s hair, individualism in covent garden-london, although I know nothing about this gentleman, the one thing I do know is he likes to experience as many hairstyles all at the same time, which is cool individualism.
Men’s Hair, italian style in temple bar-Dublin, when your hair is naturally curly like Federico’s, it’s all about letting it go.
Men’s Hair, refinement on Rue Bernard Palissy-Paris, subtle finesse is always a classic. Vincent’s short tailored haircut works beautifully and is a refined style.
Men’s Hair, el hombre de ciudad on Anne Street-Dublin, is just a cool style for a hombre with wavy hair. I like how Jose uses his sunglasses to keep his hair off his face; it gives him that cool easy going street style vibe.