Celebrity hair

Hottest Male Hairstyles for Spring/Summer 2012

by racha / February 13, 2012

HJI Hearts logo.bmpdouglas-booth-hair-2012.jpgKeep your male clients inspired with our pick of the season’s cool, contemporary style hair icons, with looks ranging from sleek, 1940s styles to textured crops.

Hollywood’s hottest hair heroes provide the perfect point of inspiration for male clients looking for a cool but commercial look. Take your pick from the latest leading men for salon-friendly styles that will keep your clients on top of the trends and groomed to perfection:
Douglas-Booth-michael-pitt-hair.jpgDouglas Booth
“I love this look on Douglas. It’s the perfect style for most modern guys; it doesn’t look too ‘done’ but at the same time it is actually quite smart, and although it’s textured it’s not too messy. Luckily for Douglas, he’s in the perfect position to carry this style off as his hair also looks as though it’s in fabulous condition.” 
Abby Whittaker, The Salon, Barnstaple, Devon
Michael Pitt
“I think Michael’s got a great look and he’s not that different in ‘real-life’ as he is when portraying the boy back from the war in the 1920s in Boardwalk Empire. He’s got fine hair and its clearly quite unmanageable as it’s worn slicked back and held in place with grip-tight gel, but he seems to have a natural quiff which gives the illusion of height in the style.”
Ryan Harris, Angels, Aberdeen
Alex Pettyfer
“I know this is meant to be a casual look for Alex but with such a great face, almost perfectly symmetrical features and that awesome jawline, this style is not doing his looks justice. To finally put his wild child image behind him, I would go for the vintage-inspired, groomed look that is so on-trend right now, inspired by Mad Men and films like J. Edgar. I’m thinking clean lines, a razor-sharp parting, short at the sides and nape but longer on top, and styled to be smooth and sleek – all achieved with impeccable barbering techniques.”  
Sean Tetlow, The Colour Room, Stockport
Ryan Gosling
“Ryan’s current style has a 1940’s vibe about it. Not too dissimilar from the looks that we saw him sporting in his hit film The Notebook, this style is sleek, stylish and very gentlemanly. The side parting and slight quiff act perfectly to accentuate his chiselled features. He looks great with this style.” 
Adam Bryant, Ethos Hairdressing, Manchester



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