Hairstyles | March 2016

In celebration of our Spring 2016 Issue, this month for our hairstyles feature, we’re looking for old school. Thankfully Justin Timberlake’s blonde-dyed perm, David Beckham’s Mohawk and lengthy mullet hair styles have been left in the past, there are plenty of barbers paying tribute to other iconic trends.

The pompadour is a classic cut which has been reinvented time and time again and has been meshed with the bald fade to maintain it’s relevance. Blunt fringes and undercuts are currently on top of the trend list, improved with soft, textured finishes for a contemporary look.

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Jay Green


Style: Structured crop cut with tossed finish.


Ste’s Chops


Style: Skin fade with length left on top, wavy finish with tattoo feature


John Keegan


Style: The classic pompadour. Supreme finish with slight taper.


Nano the Barber


Style: Classic side-parting with smooth quiff finish.


Kieron Markey


Style: Defined trim with long wavy length on top.


Hayden Cassidy


Style: Foil fade with diffused texture on top


Evan Hutchinson


Style: Tapered cut with length left on top


Chris O’Riordan


Style: High fade with precise undercut, wavy finish with length on top


Tommy Geography


Style: Bald fade with lined up beard and textured top


Ryan Beattie


Style: Disconnected drop fade