New Hairstyles for Men

Justin Bieber’s new hairdo is a major throwback to his man fringe

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Beth

Take a trip down memory lane with Bieber’s latest look…

As far as hair transformations go, Justin Bieber has pretty much tried them all. He’s come a long way since his Baby days (get it?), and in that time he’s experimented with more styles than we can count! From ’90s Aaron Carter-inspired style curtains, the hipster man bun and even dreadlocks, he’s tried them all. Not to mention an array of dye jobs including bleach blonde, lilac and even grey! That’s why the All Things Hair team were pretty taken aback when we discovered the return of his signature floppy man fringe! Trust us: you have to see it to believe it…

Justin Bieber is bringing back the man fringe

Justin Bieber with sideswept man fringe
Justin Bieber just transported us back to 2010 with this side-swept man fringe. Credit: Twitter.com/justinbieber

Over the past few years, Justin has seemed keen to shake off his cute-as-a-button reputation that accompanied his earlier music career, by changing up his hairstyle. However, it seems that he’s come over all nostalgic ahead of his summer 2017 Purpose tour, as his latest ‘do looks remarkably similar to the trademark floppy style he rocked as a pre-teen.

Justin posted the picture to Twitter along with the caption: “My I love you face”, but it was his hair, and not his face, which caught our attention! Maybe the bleach blonde look he was previously rocking was too high maintenance, as he’s now allowed his natural hair colour to grow out and opted for a simple side-swept style. Credit: @justinbieber

Justin Bieber with a long side swept man fringe and brown hair
Baby Bieber: The original man fringe. Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Given Justin’s penchant for changing up his style, it’s impossible to know how long this new ‘do will be around for. Though we’re sure you’ll agree that it’s nice to see him looking a little more pared back!

Editor’s tip: Loving Justin’s #throwbackthursday style? To master the man fringe at home, use a hair dyer and a comb to sweep all of your hair to one side, then apply a matte styling product, like the VO5 Extreme Style Matt Clay, to set it in place around the face. This trusty styling product will help to give your hair the texture and grip it needs to stay put all day long!

 

If you’re in need of a style update for the new year, have a read through our 5 New men’s styles to ask for at the barber shop. You’re bound to be a style you love there!

Beth
Beth
17 January 2017

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