As I mentioned before, hair accessories are going to be big this fall, and if I’m being honest that kinda scares me. Not because I don’t like hair accessories, because I do, but because I’m not 100 percent sure how to exactly wear a hair accessory without looking silly. I have really thin hair, and I always feel like an accessory accentuates that. I’m sure it’s all in my head.
In an effort to combat my weird anxiety towards hair accessories, I went on a quest to find some cute options that are budget friendly and was pleasantly surprised.
Do you feel that crispness in the air? It means fall is on its way! I am anxiously awaiting pumpkin-spiced everything and the cozy feeling I love so much. And, man, are there a lot of gorgeous trends coming for you. Low-slung ponytails, fringe bangs, hair accessories and more — this fall is gonna be stellar.
Men’s hair styling products are a fickle creature. The wrong product can make your hair look like crispy ramen noodles (we forgive you J.T.), or make your hair look lame and limp. So I allowed my hair to become a test subject and put four different products to the test.
It’s important to know what hair products will work best with your hair, and the style you are trying to accomplish. I prefer something in-between a modern pomp and a slicked back undercut, so I went with the products most likely to give me the desired results.
I decided to rate these products based on cost, ease of use, hold, and how easy they are to get out of your hair.
As a lady, I really only notice two hair options for dudes out there – long or short. I mean, I’m cool with it, I can appreciate long or short hair on a fellow, but it must feel a little limiting to them, right?
I imagine them saying, “Do I want hair or not?” If the answer is yes, they grow it. If the answer is no, they don’t.
No one can live this way. So I started paying attention to men’s hair in my real life and online. I happily noticed that there are quite a few options for the men out there. Here are a few men’s hair trends you’ll find this summer.
As part of my job, I often peruse the internet for upcoming trends. With spring approaching, I was doing just that – perusing for spring 2015 hair trends. Per usual, I discovered beautiful looks that I only wish my thin, stringy hair could perform. Bombshell boho waves, big buns (I like big buns, I cannot lie, anyone?), braids, twists, long luxurious ponytails. Then, by happenstance, I came across a style I could do! You’d think I would be super excited, right? Here’s something trendy, that my previously mentioned disappointing hair could do. Win!