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What's the Forecast in Men's Hair? These 3 Predicted Trends.

Lauren Salapatek | April 14, 2015 | 8:47 AM
Uros Mikic, Creative Director of Kinky Curly Straight and MATRIX Australia

This coming season is all about the individual, it's about stepping out from the crowd and being seen for your style and uniqueness, says Uros Mikic, Creative Director of Kinky Curly Straight and MATRIX Australia. "We will see a step away from the classic, sharp Mad Men hairstyles, with styling moving towards the interesting and unique creating a point of difference; braiding, man buns and top knots are still going to be hot favorites among the urban guys," he says. Here are three more trends he foresees this Spring/Summer 2015:

TREND #1: We will see more and more guys introducing length into their hairstyles, playing with the different textures.

TREND #2: Colors are shifting to a matte palette, including enticing hues of ash, green tones, cool shades which are applied in solid block colors.

TREND #3: The guy for the next season is the cool, urban, street-wise man who embraces individuality, the quirky, cool look and fashion.

 

 

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