All trends are cyclical and in recent years have been updated the looks of the 20th century and planted them firmly in the 21. As a modernization of past styles is especially true for men's hair trends in 2011: this is with new and old. Or at least an old-style hair with a new twist.
2011 sees men’s hair styles fall into two distinct categories: school boy and rocker. But while the rocker look is certainly a 20th Century creation, the resulting hair style finds its roots (if you’ll pardon the pun) distinctly in 19th Century Britain. And so it is in 2010; while the odd 2010 runway collection featured something akin to a grunge revival, the majority of us will live out 2010 with a refined, classically inspired hair cut.
Continuing on from last year’s men’s hair trends, the men’s fringe remains a major feature of men’s hair trends in 2010. But, naturally, this is a hair trend that has evolved. While the men’s fringe in 2009 was all about close-to-eyebrow length, in 2010 we have more options.Thankfully, the men’s fringe trend in 2010 comes in a variety of lengths, so you’re going to be able to play with the look to suit your face shape. While you’ll be looking to keep shorter back and sides (British grade 4-5), the way of truly making it your own is to play with the length of the fringe itself. No better example exists than the Bottega Veneta Men’s Spring-Summer 2009 catwalk which provided two fringes in stark contrast to each other.
In 2008, when a fourth school was not always straight boy was just something others: messy - That following a scuffle rocker groupie meeting and you should not be far off the mark. This style emerged in 2008 and then went. But among men hair styles of 2011 seems to be removed from the noble and therefore the returns in another form: curly hair. While all the tendency to cut curly hair curly for men in 2011 is to use it with a length in the margin, which should be the dominant focus on the hair.
As for the exact length of this curly hair trend, it’s whatever suits you best. Chaps whose curly hair permits length without the need for a lot of hair product may opt for something 1970′s (the decade with the biggest impact on 2011 fashion trends) inspired, while those in need of more product may opt for a less voluminous take on the hair trend. Both of these styles are pictured, respectively, directly below and were seen on Gucci’s S/S 2011 catwalk.