If there’s one thing a man spends for on a regular basis it is his hair—the one on his head at least. After all, hair defines a man as much as—if not more than—the shoes he wears. [firstpara] Most men these days know how to have fun with their hair including those who are in the corporate setting. So really, there's nothing to worry about.
Depending on the company you are working for, “business” or “professional” hairstyles can still mean a lot of things: gelled down, spiked, brushed.
As long as it still has a “tame” factor, meaning you can still tame it after a weekend of crazy or you can pull it off well enough, we don’t think there should be memos to be expected from the HR manager.
The safest and should we say most versatile cut is the one that’s short on the sides and long on top (see photo). We’re not talking Mohawk but the kind that personalities like Jake Cuenca and Piolo Pascual sport today.
Now, that’s something undeniably pre-approved by the boss. And another good news, this style works on most hair types!
The one photographed here can serve as your base. You can ask your stylist to modify it to suit your face shape (i.e. shorter sides, lighter color, add highlights, etc).
Split it in the middle and you can rock it out disco-style. Get disconnected and look boyish with a much shorter side and finish the top off with an out-of-bed look. Otherwise stick with this basic cut and style according to your mood.
Hairstyling and color by SUJIIVANA SALON, The Serenity Place, WestGate Center, Alabang. 7712386, 7712387, 09170000772
WORDS BY: KAT MANALO
PHOTO BY: DEXTER ERRO
Wearable merch so you dont even have to wait for events like APCC
The Safety Check gets a much-needed upgrade
These speak the truth
Your social life might take a hit