New Year, New You
A new year brings a clean slate, a fresh beginning. For Benjamin Ryan that means taking stock of your whole look particularly the hairstyle you rock. Follow these celebrity trends to see how these gents are redefining their look for 2018.
A sartorial lift
There’s a good reason why the POMPADOUR is every male model’s go-to. It requires little upkeep, it’s both debonair and pulled together and it pairs brilliantly with some creative stubble.
The easy sweep
Ryan Reynolds has a knack for capturing the mood of the moment and giving it a twist. A slight undercut, sure, but it’s nothing too severe. The side parting isn’t Don Draper-rigid, it's more loose and laid-back. Most wonderful of all, he’s embraced the grey hairs, a grooming sentiment worthy of emulation.
Ride the wave
Actor Brenton Thwaites may be young, but he has already learned a crucial element of mid-length hair: texture. Free-flowing as they may seem, the wavy layers of his hair are achieved first and foremost through a clever cut. A gentle side parting gives this style texture, definition and direction.
Much like the captivating roles that catapulted Mahershala Ali to rightful prominence (House Of Cards, Moonlight), this HIGH FADE is more nuanced than it may initially seem.
The worlds of style and music mourned the loss of singer Mr Harry Styles’ longer locks, but his pivot to mid-length feels worthy of the next stage of his career. This LOOSE SWEEP has all the length of a traditional slick-back, but keeps things natural with plenty of texture and a looser matt hold.