Men’s Hair Services at KAM Hair & Body Spa in Lossiemouth
At KAM Hair & Body Spa in Lossiemouth, our aim is to provide a high quality service to all our male clients.
Our team of award-winning, professional stylists are aware of the latest men’s hair trends and can provide precision haircuts and styles, creating classic, creative or modern haircuts. After consultation with your stylist you will be advised on a style to suit your personality and your lifestyle.
If you’re thinking of trying out a brand new look the Summer, take a look at these fashion-forward hairstyles for men in 2016 to inspire you. Which look will you go for…
Key Hair Trend 2016: The Buzz Cut
With the release of the latest Cohen Brothers movie ‘Hail, Caesar!,’ this classic cut looks like it is about to have a resurgence. The ‘Caesar Haircut’ is usually cut very short at the sides and with the hair on the top swept forward. Remember when Justin Bieber had an earlier ‘take’ on this style with his hair swept forward onto his face? For Spring 2016 (and beyond, we suspect!), this style will be more cutting edge.
The sides will be super short and saved and the top kept longer but no-where near as long as in the Justin Bieber early era! The short length makes it easy to maintain and this style looks great when you work in a little texture for a messy, understated look.
Key Hair Trend 2016: The Pompadour Skin Fade
OK, we know that ‘the Pompadour’ was a classic hairstyle of the mid 1700’s but it really is popular again in 2016! The basic concept is to wear your hair swept upwards from the face and high over the forehead in a massive quiff. For an on-trend men’s hairstyle in 2016 we’ve added a skin fade to the pompadour.
Ask your KAM stylist to use a #2 or #3 on the sides and to fade it from there upwards to your quiff. Anything longer won’t give you this look. There should still be some length on top, but it’s up to you as to how high you wear your quiff.
Key Hair Trend 2016: The Disconnected Undercut
What makes the Undercut so disconnected? We’re glad you asked…The sides of the hair are either cut extremely short or shaved (usually to one length all round) which creates a noticeable contrast between the sides of the hair and the top. This differs to the fade, mentioned in the pompadour style above.
With the fade, the hair graduates from short up to longer so there is less contrast between the length on the top of the hair and the sides. If you are in doubt as to which style will suit you, talk to your stylist at KAM salon in Lossiemouth. We can help you work out the perfect hair cut for you.
Key Hair Trend 2016: The Slick Back & Beard Combo
We forecast a high-shine look taking centre stage in 2016…which means lots of pomade! Add a side parting and slick your hair back if you want to give your style a new makeover. This styling ‘trick’ is appropriate for both short and long hair.
We also have to report that facial hair remains a firm favourite among the chaps out there so if you fancy a change, put away the razor and start growing your beard now. Keep it looking neat and tidy with regular visits to KAM for a beard trim!
Key Hair Trend 2016: Curly Hair For Men
If you’ve been blessed with naturally curly hair, it’s time to embrace those curls! The first thing you need when you have curly hair is a great hair cut. We can cut some layers into your curls to make your hair more manageable and on-trend. You can pair your curls with an undercut or a skin fade for a look that will stand out from the rest.
When it comes to styling curly hair, our expert stylists can point you in the direction of the right hair products and give you some great styling tips. There are a number of ways you can style your curls from subtle, gentle waves to tight curls.
The Perfect Men’s Hairstyle For Your Face Shape at KAM
The team at KAM will be happy to offer you advice on current men’s hair trends and which one would best suit you. Book an appointment with one of our stylists who will consider your face shape, hair type and lifestyle when talking with you.
The importance of face shape can’t be overlooked and should be one of the main influences when selecting your style…
Oval: If you have an oval shaped face then lucky you! Oval faces suit nearly all hair styles because of their proportions and symmetry. Avoid full length fringes as they can make your oval face look round.
Square: Traditionally perceived as a strong rugged face shape. Softer styles are best to balance square faces and again, full length heavy fringes are not recommended.
Oblong: This face shape suits the vast majority of styles, however there are some ‘no-nos’ – try to avoid short hair on the sides or swept back hair on top as this will make your face look long.
Round: Round faces tend to be hard to choose hair styles for – they tend to lack in strong features and so you do not want hair that will detract too strongly from your face. Try to avoid hair coming onto the face as this will only make it look rounder.
Diamond: Men with diamond face shaped sometimes tend to look gaunt – in order to avoid this we recommend longer hair with some shape around the face.
Heart: A longer hair style will balance a heart shaped face. If you would like a shorter style then we would recommend perhaps growing some facial hair even the face.
Triangle: This is the hardest face shape to choose a style for. In order to balance a wide jaw line we recommend long hair with plenty of layers.
Book Your Men’s Hair Appointment at KAM Hair & Body Spa in Lossiemouth
For more advice or to book your hair appointment at our men’s hair salon in Lossiemouth today by calling 01343 812325.