THE NEW SUM­MER STYLES

MATCH THE LENGTH AND TEX­TURE OF YOUR HAIR FOR THE SEA­SON’S BEST CUTS.

GQ (Australia) - - GROOMING -

1. FINE SHORT HAIR

“The sides should be cut tight on the back, build­ing up in weight to­wards the top of the head. The top should be cut and styled in to a quiff, not with too much height, but rather let it flop nat­u­rally onto the sides to cre­ate an un­der­cut ef­fect.” Alexan­der Fuchs, Bauhaus Hair Syd­ney.

2. COARSE SHORT HAIR

“Cre­ate a skin fade on the sides and back to re­move weight. Rather than quiff­ing the top, coarse hair should be cut shorter and styled with tex­ture into the face, cre­at­ing a fringe ef­fect.” Alexan­der Fuchs, Bauhaus Hair Syd­ney

3. FINE MEDIUM-LENGTH HAIR

“If you have fine hair, leav­ing it all one length can make it look and feel a lot thin­ner. Peo­ple with this hair type should go for a shag­gier, lay­ered cut to im­prove thick­ness and hair health. In­stead of let­ting your hair air dry flat, opt for the hair dryer on a low heat and add some tex­ture pow­der to im­prove your vol­ume and keep your locks bouncy and full.” Jules Tognini, Philips shav­ing and groom­ing spokesper­son

4. COARSE MEDIUM-LENGTH HAIR

“If you have coarse hair, stay away from lay­ers and in­stead add some tex­ture to your cut to re­move weight and add shape. If your hair is coarse and straight, add some beach waves at home by di­vid­ing your hair into three messy man-buns when damp, spray in some salty sea spray and then dry with a hair dryer on the low­est set­ting.” Jules Tognini, Philips shav­ing and groom­ing spokesper­son

5. FINE LONG HAIR

“Go for a more re­laxed look with hair worn out. Nat­u­ral curls are en­cour­aged with some De Lorenzo El­e­ments Ocean Mist, which also gives the hair a nat­u­ral matte, messy ap­proach. This look would be achieved by let­ting the hair dry nat­u­rally.” Ja­son Mcrae, De Lorenzo tech­ni­cian

6. COARSE LONG HAIR

“The low, raked-back man bun is the aim so that all the bulk is con­tained and doesn’t go wild. Some def­i­ni­tion is re­quired in the tex­ture too; this is where po­made would help to smooth down any frizz. Gone are the days of the high-set ‘top knot’.” Ja­son Mcrae, De Lorenzo tech­ni­cian

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