Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Male Hair Loss – This Season’s Best Men’s Hairstyles for 2013

If you are experiencing male hair loss, a new hair style might be just what you need to get your mojo back. This spring, there are many fashionable styles that are great if you are one of the many men in Britain that have male hair loss. A good hair dresser will be able to advise what will suit your hair best and help to choose the best style for you. Many stylists have experience of dealing with male hair loss and as such are sympathetic and well qualified to give you the best advice.

At the London Centre of Trichology, we've been dealing with hair loss since 1956. As leaders in the field, our experts can give you advice on hair loss, pattern baldness and alopecia.

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Top Men’s Styles this Season

This season is all about looking natural, so the ‘just got out of bed’ look is a popular style. Not only is this style extremely sexy, it is also very easy to manage and maintain.

1. Long on Top

Currently all the rage, quiffs have recently been made popular by celebrities such as David Beckham and Zac Efron. Ask your stylist to leave your hair long on top and about 1cm in length on the sides so that you can style it into a quiff.  When styling at home, use your hands to push all your hair forward and then back quickly. Style it so that it leans to one side ever so slightly and create texture with your fingers. This is a trendy look, perfect for disguising thinning hair.

2. Spiked in the Middle

This style, also known as the peak, is a similar style to the quiff and can be easily achieved using putty, a hair-dryer and straightening irons. Start by putting a matte putty on towel dried hair. Style the hair with your fingers as you blow-dry using a slow setting. Give the ends an edge by using hair straighteners on some of the sections. This is another great style for hiding bald patches.

3. Trendy Peak

This is great look for a night out or for guys looking to project an air of creativity. This look works by having high peaks at the front. To achieve this style, brush or comb your hair upwards using a small amount of mousse and ensure that the hair is straightest at the front. If you want to look mature and avoid looking like a member of a boy band, grow a short beard or designer stubble to complement the look.

4. Classic Short Cut

This is another great cut for men that are losing their hair. It gives the illusion that you have more hair by adding more volume on top. Ask the hairdresser to cut short and medium layers around the crown and the top of the head and cut it short at the sides.

5. Wavy on Top

Top heavy hair with a wave is fashionable this spring. Once your hair has grown to medium length ask the hairdresser to leave it long at the front and cut it short at the sides. Using your hands and a styling product, pull your hair over to one side. Don't worry too much about how it falls as the natural look is all the rage this season. If you're in the enviable position of having naturally wavy hair, like Life of Pi star Surah Sharma, then you can leave it longer and it will look even more effortlessly stylish. Even better you don't need to have your hair cut as often and it's easier to style and maintain.

6. Natural Curls

This year's trend is to keep natural curls under control and cut short and close to the head. If you are blessed with a head of curly hair, then ask your hairdresser to cut your hair short all over. This style is easy to manage: use product on your hair in the morning to hold it in place for the rest of the day.

7. Messy Long Layers

This is another example of this season's natural, ‘just got of bed’ look. This spring, long layers are fine as long as they are not touching the shoulders. It's important to get the right balance between messy and unkempt. Part the hair on one side and then, using product and your fingers, pull the front of your hair over to one side.

About London Centre of Trichology

There are many different reasons for male hair loss including pattern balding, alopecia and stress related hair loss. As such, it is important to ensure that you get the correct diagnosis so that your problem can be successfully treated. At the London Centre of Trichology, we are experts in the field of hair loss and treatments. Contact us now for your free, no obligation consultation.

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