Long Hair - Exposure Deliberately Set to Hide the Fact the Cut Cost £7.
At London's Notting Hill Carnival, the importance of a man's hair really dawned on me. The mullet is often described as business in the front, party in the back. While this is a somewhat cynical description, the business aspect is accurate. More than any other part, one's hair is dynamic. It changes every single day, from growth to sleep to the wind exiting the subway. A good hair day is nothing to frown at, as it is the consequence of a careful ballet between sticking products into your hair, the weather and sheer luck. Here are some recent dos I respect (in addition to my attempt at "longer" hair above).
Courtesy of Tommy Ton.
Courtesy of Swagger 360.