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    Current Hair Styles for Men - Autumn/Winter 2011

    What do you think is the perfect Winter hair style?

    I personally like this guys quiff and might try it out.

    Post pics of your favourites!


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    This is pretty much what I have!

    Guess the Morrissey link gave that away.....
    I would go out tonight, but I haven't got a stitch to wear.....

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    That'd never withstand the wind and rain! I'll be sticking with my usual mid length with a swoopy fringe, at least it falls back into place (as well as my hair does) after the weather hits it.

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    I'm looking forward to Robert Baker's next article. I think mens hair is stuck in a rut.

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    Definitely mid length or longer for warmth. Might just grow it out and comb it back, kinda like this.


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    Rob's your man for this! I'm a fan of both the examples you've posted so far though! I'm currently opting for a mix inbetween, a quiff with a small sweep. I've changed my hair products to Ted Baker's new hair wax also, which I'd highly recommend trying!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul McGregor View Post
    Rob's your man for this! I'm a fan of both the examples you've posted so far though! I'm currently opting for a mix inbetween, a quiff with a small sweep. I've changed my hair products to Ted Baker's new hair wax also, which I'd highly recommend trying!
    Great, cheers. I'll try it out!

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    It may be better aimed at somebody else this question, but can you get hair product samples like you do with fragrances? Paying £6-10 to find out something's not right is getting pretty expensive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    It may be better aimed at somebody else this question, but can you get hair product samples like you do with fragrances? Paying £6-10 to find out something's not right is getting pretty expensive!
    I'm not sure but I bet you could in places like Selfridges in London or Manchester.

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    I'm going for a long hair and stubble combo for this winter. can't be doing with too many hair products...

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