5 men’s hairstyles to try this spring
Take inspiration from these looks
By Iantha Yu
Beauty Crew Beauty Editor / September 12 2016
Spring is here, and what better way to ring in the warmer weather than with a fresh new hairstyle. Here, we’ve gathered our favourite ‘dos from the red carpet so you can get the look for yourself - simply show it to your hairdresser, maintain the look at home, and you’re set for the season.
Trend to try: Volume, and lots of it
Zac Efron’s hairstyle begins at the hairdresser; ask for a longer top section and shaved on the sides. At home, simply distribute two to three pumps of volumising product into the roots, blow-dry, and comb back with your fingers. Don’t worry about being too precise, this look is all about natural movement.
Trend to try: Mussed up and messy
Those with wavy hair should follow in Gerard Butler’s footsteps, and loosely tousle hair with some texture putty, pulling bits out at random with your fingertips.
Trend to try: Short but styled
Ryan Reynolds always looks red carpet ready with his short hair parted deep to one side and styled with some texturising wax. Go easy on the product; start with about half a teaspoon and add more if needed.
Trend to try: Parted and slicked to one side
Ryan Gosling nails the red carpet look with his soft, touchable hair. Try this style by parting your hair to one side, then use a styling paste to hold it all down. Avoid heavy formulas where possible - the trick is to create texture and height at the front.
Trend to try: Completely slicked back
This one is great if you have medium-length hair. Jon Hamm’s slicked-back hairstyle can be achieved with a small dollop of pomade, brushed back with a fine-tooth comb.
Iantha is BEAUTYcrew's Beauty Editor, and has been part of the team since the site launched in 2016. Besides pinot noir, she has a healthy obsession with fake tan smell, wispy false lashes and CND Shellac in the shade Romantique. Her words and styling can also be found in previous issues of SHOP Til You Drop, Cosmopolitan and Women’s Health.