Posted October 01, 2019 01:10:20 When you put on a wig and a coat, it feels like you’re actually wearing a pair of jeans and a T-shirt, and it really does make you look like you have a little bit more hair on your head.
The same thing is true for the hair styles men choose to wear when they go to the salon.
While hair styles have changed a lot in the past few years, the idea of a “manly” look still resonates with some men.
The key is that a man should always be a man, regardless of what he wears, how he looks, or how much he pays for his hair.
“Men are the biggest fans of the same-gender style, and so it’s important for us to be able to support them by making sure they are comfortable with who they are and what they look like,” says John Smith, CEO of the men’s grooming service.
“We have to be honest with ourselves and say ‘hey, we want you to be comfortable with yourself.
You look great with this style, but what does it really mean to be masculine?'”
Men’s grooming services also support the growth of men’s hair and look.
The men’s section at the hair salon in Sydney’s west is a great place to start.
“The hair is a big part of what the men look like, but we also offer a range of styles, and we also cater to a range that women like,” Smith says.
“So if we have a man’s style that we want to promote, it’s very easy for us and very comfortable for him to go to our men’s department and look at his hair and ask ‘what do you think this looks like?'”
The same goes for men’s hairstyles.
Men are not as likely to get their hair done if they choose to keep their hair long, but if they do, they are less likely to be bothered about it.
“There’s more hair growth around your shoulders and around your chin, so you look less masculine,” Smith explains.
“And if you’re not a man and you’re a man who doesn’t have a lot of facial hair, you may feel more comfortable having it styled in a way that doesn’t get in the way.”
Haircuts aren’t just for men, either.
Smith says men are also very into the idea that they can make their own style.
“A lot of men have a preference for the masculine style of the hair, so we like to work with men with that.
We also have a range where women like a more relaxed look,” he says.
There’s also a range for women, too.
For men, hair styling is about style and function, not style and appearance.
“It’s about finding the right balance of style and functionality, so that you look the best you can in that hair style,” says Smith.
If you want to learn more about how to get your hair professionally styled, read our guide to how to find the right professional hair stylist.
Hair is also not the only area where men’s services are evolving.
In the past decade, hair styles like beards and wigs have been adopted by more women as a way to showcase their personalities and to express themselves, Smith says, although it’s not always as natural for men.
“I think it’s actually something that men are really excited about,” he adds.
“But if you think about it, if men were allowed to do their hair the way they do now, we would probably have less hair in our body and less hair on our heads.”