Finding a great hairstylist is no easy task. It's about as easy as finding a great boss -- they're out there, but it takes a lot of trial and error.
A good hair cut, A fresh cut that, whenever you are at home, you can do it by yourself.
If you’ve got a wider face you need
to narrow it down; if you’ve got a long face, you need to make it wider.
If you’ve got a large forehead, you might want to decrease that size.
What makes a good haircut?
It’s 100% a question of a feeling, where he wants to express a feeling
he has about the model. To express it in his work. It’s about freedom. A
man who wants to feel free. It’s 100% a question of a feeling, where he
wants to express a feeling he has about the model. To express it in his
work. It’s about freedom. A man who wants to feel free. People today
can be quite stressed in everyday and they have to somewhere express
that they can be free as well…
The biggest mistake for a man is putting body wash in the hair. It’s not OK, because it’s too hard. The most men's problems on the hair is the skin -- they have a skin that’s not OK.
The most product he knows is the gel.
There’s a lot of other things you can do for your styling.
No experimental. The normal man is coming every time and saying, "The same cut as last time."
I’ll show you the cool guy -- this is better than words. CHECK OUT THE PICTURES. In the big cities, in Frankfurt or Berlin, are the guys... They have a full beard, tattoos. A classic haircut and the beard or something like that. This is the style.
The first thing is the barber on the backside. He must do a very good job for a good haircut. And the technical, and to have a look. To have a feeling of what looks good on the man. It’s lifestyle. When [he] comes in and sits down, we have a talk together.
There's a return of the beard.A lot of length at the top of the head and very short in the back. And vintage cuts but with a beard.
In the south of France, they try to experiment, but if you go to Paris or near Paris… They’re more traditional.
i think that men do not take the time, to take care of themselves, and to style their hair. They want to style quickly -- they don’t take the time.
I’d say Canada normally is a little bit more behind than the rest of the world, or the rest of Europe. So, right now what’s trending a lot for my clients is really short on the sides, longer on top. I think more progressive men are growing the top to, like, a ponytail length.
To me, the whole ponytail on top is very Samurai-esque. I think it grew out of the original hipster who was growing the hair on top and shaving the sides and just kind of never went to get their hair cut. So, all of a sudden, it just got super-long on top… So it really evolved from the street.
I see the styles going from what I’ve seen from spring/summer collections from, like, Prada and Gucci, everything was more relaxed. It was less slick, less back -- everything was forward. It was really interesting, yet you’re still seeing, like, Tom Ford and Armani -- they’re going slick and back. So, I wouldn’t say either one is better.
A lot of beards. More thick, full beards. It’s really hot now.
Men need more education with product use. Whenever he finishes cutting
his clients’ hair, he explains what he has used and how [the client] has
to use it at home.