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Valid discount codes and offers from all your favourite brands. Our photographers capture the best-dressed real men across the globe. Style inspiration courtesy of past and present men’s style icons. New year, new body, new job, new car, new flat, new teeth? If you want an easy, cost-effective way to make a change to how you look in 2017, take a seat in the barber’s chair. Cheaper than a whole new wardrobe, easier than a punishing Crossfit regime and less sick-making than a mindfulness session, a haircut is your number one way to a new, better-looking you. We caught up with some of London’s best barbers to see what 2017 holds for your hair, so you know which moves to make for a whole new lease on your locks.
An easy way to achieve this style is to have your barber clipper your hair short on the sides and back of your head, fading into longer hair on the top that’s point-cut with a scissors for an uneven, nicely textured look. Pin it on Kit Harington’s turn as long-locked Jon Snow in Games of Thrones, or Alessandro Michele and his 1970s-flavoured excess at Gucci, but hair that hits your shoulders and beyond is set to be big next year. Tommy Cunliffe, manager at Ruffians Shoreditch. If you too are turning towards styles that are big on texture but light on pin-sharp finish, look for innovative products which help texturise but won’t weigh it down. In 2017, we’re launching Aveda Men 5-minute Natural Grey Blending service, which incorporates shades to even out greying hair or discreetly blend greys for a natural, fresh finish. Try using silver shampoo too, which will help keep greys in top condition by removing any yellowness and enhancing your hair’s natural shine.
The Throwback Cut2016 has been a great year for 1990s boybands. Part of this revival is the divisive centre-parting. Think less Nick Carter, more The Mummy-era Brendan Fraser. Make of that what you will. Still, changing perceptions towards facial fuzz in the office hint at the possibility of a more colourful future.
It’ll be interesting how it develops, are high maintenance. Disclaimer: we can’t actually guarantee you’ll keep your job. Cillian O’Connor is a freelance writer, editor and consultant, best known for his ability to sort the wheat from the chaff in the world’s of men’s style, grooming, lifestyle and design. 1 Blogger by Vogue, Cillian also contributes to The Sunday Times, The Business of Fashion and Metro. Please forward this error screen to 5. Spring Summer 2018 hair and makeup trends Meet the future beauty trends fresh from Fashion Week.
Yep, Spring Summer 2018 is ALL about individuality. When it comes to hair trends, natural textures were embraced on the catwalk, from killer curly hairstyles to low-key loose waves. Forget the cat-eye flick, Tom Ford made a statement with this edgy ‘thumb print’ eyeliner look. The aqua-tinted eyes at Tadashi Shoji are giving us all the mermaid vibes. Build turquoise eyeliner up along the lower lashline for an intense kick of colour. At Tanya Taylor models had bare skin, brushed up brows and flushed lips.
We’re crushing hard on the holographic perspex liner at The Blonds fashion week show. The rest of the face was keep low-key, with just brushed up brows and nude glossy lips. A wash of lime-green eyeshadow made an impact on the runway at Tracy Reese. Thought kick-flares were just for your denim? Nu-huh, kick-flare lashes were trending backstage at N21. The wearable trend gave models a cute doe-eyed look. Classic red lips were given a modern twist at Badgley Mischka The punchy colour was teamed with minimal, barely-there eyes which gave it the look an effortless edge.
Slicked back, low-key hair paired with fresh-face makeup and curled lashes was the look spotted backstage at Etro’s SS18 show. The cherry-red nails at Armani stole our hearts this fashion month. Paired with a smudgy, smokey eye, it’s the perfect juxtaposition between classic glam and cool-girl. A sweep of rich emerald embossed the model’s eyes at Marni.
Max Mara perfected the just-bitten lip with this wash of raspberry. The perfect trend for minimal makeup gals. The sandy smoke at Mila Schön was one trend we can totally imagine wearing. Get the look with W7’s lip and cheek stain and a coat of Glossier’s Lip Gloss. The flashes of neon pink in striking shapes gave the makeup at Richmond a pretty, punky vibe. Bold, lilac, winged eyes stole the show at Missoni’s Spring Summer 2018 show.