Mad Men, Don Draper and Men’s Trends

Thanks to the popular show Mad Men, we have seen a hair revolution in men’s looks. There is something undeniably attractive about Don Draper, casually drinking in the board room, cigarette in hand, hair parted and slicked back, looking oh-so-put-together in one of his crisp suits. While cigarettes and gin aren’t quite the appropriate accessories for today’s workplace, there is no doubt that the comeback of stylized, iconic hair is an accessory we are more than willing to embrace.

 

Mad Men's Don Draper.

Mad Men’s Don Draper.

It’s refreshing to have new looks to try on our men clients. Too often, people are convinced that men’s cuts are mundane and boring. While there is nothing wrong with the more traditional Caesar cut, it’s exciting to see our men clients become more daring and fashion aware! So what are we seeing more of? Think slicked back, side parts, pompadours, and closely clippered sides.

Slick and parted

Slick and parted

Below is an example of on our male clients who was willing to model a modern pompadour:

The modern pompadour is making a huge comeback with closely tapered sides and a textured, heavier top.

The modern pompadour is making a huge comeback with closely tapered sides and a textured, heavier top.

So, Men, don’t be afraid to go a little daring, a little modern retro, a little Mad…We love it!

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