Hair & now
Daniele de angelis, toni&guy international artistic director, talks us through this summer's hottest hairstyles that you can recreate at home
‘E. Tautz featured the soft, 70s-style curl on the catwalk as part of the S/S 15 show at LC: Men. It was done so well it looked totally effortless, which is exactly the sort of style you should aim for. The curls should have a slight sheen to them to give the impression of a healthy, good-looking natural curl.’ Top tip: Warm up label.men Max Wax, £11.95, in your hands and work it around the curls, it will seal them to give a little bit more definition, without looking too 'done'.
‘This low-key look is probably the easiest to achieve, but it needs a certain type of guy to carry it off! Product is minimal and hair is kept to one length all the way around, with the option to add some skin fades at the sides. This style was actually inspired by London street culture – it's got a very strong 90s vibe to it.’ Top tip: A splash of label.men Scalp Tonic, £9.95, will hydrate the scalp and keep it primed for regrowth, or apply a touch of wax to create a healthy-looking sheen.
‘There’s a lot of texture this summer, meaning everything’s a little undone. You can still have your hair in your usual style but it should have that little bit more room to breathe. It's cool – like a businessman on holiday in the French Riviera. Leave a natural kink in the hair because you shouldn't appear to try too hard.’ Top tip: label.men Deconstructor, £11.50, is little bit creamier so will go through longer lengths with ease. It's long-lasting and gives you a great natural matte finish.
‘This super-slick style makes a good evening look. The trick is to comb it into a very defined side-parting and make sure the finish is extra-shiny. This is guaranteed to get you noticed.’ Top tip: label.men Sculpting Pomade, £11.50, is lightweight, making it ideal for those with thinner, finer hair.
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The Spring/Summer 16 menswear collections showed us what's in store for grooming next year. Cue longer lengths, loosely sculpted quiffs and lots of wet-look mod cuts.