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This season at Jean Louis David, men are getting a good/bad boy look thanks to this extremely versatile haircut
This season at Jean Louis David, men are getting a good/bad boy look thanks to this extremely versatile haircut
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This season at Jean Louis David, men are getting a good/bad boy look thanks to this extremely versatile haircut
Autumn-Winter collection

The GOOD/BAD BOY look

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This Fall-Winter 2018-2019, Jean Louis David is celebrating bold haircuts and hairstyles. Proof being this layered haircut (just for you, gentlemen!), which can be restyled in the blink of an eye to create all of your desired looks!

The haircut

This entirely layered retro-inspired short haircut leaves the sections of hair framing the face to run wild. It features a messy fringe which draws attention to the eyes. To reduce the volume slightly, all of the hair is thinned out at the tips. The result: a haircut that's rough around the edges, which allows you to create multiple different hairstyles to change up your look at the drop of a hat.

Styling

Thanks to this timeless, versatile haircut, you can change your look whenever you like! Jean Louis David's styling products will transform your hair in no time at all:

- Density Paste is a sculpting paste which texturizes your hair to give it maximum hold whilst leaving your locks free to move. Its matt look gives a surefire modern finish to all of your hairstyles.

- Design Gel is a flexible gel with long-lasting hold which fixes the movement created in your hair, without making the locks stiff, for a more modern finish.

These styling products give a completely new look to thinned-out layers to give you a bold retro style, put a fresh new spin on it, or else go for a highly on-trend rocker look.

The 3 variations of the good/bad boy haircut

- The boy-next-door look

- The retro blow-dry

- The 50s bad boy style

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This season at Jean Louis David, men are getting a good/bad boy look thanks to this extremely versatile haircut
This season at Jean Louis David, men are getting a good/bad boy look thanks to this extremely versatile haircut
The boy-next-door look. Here, the hair is styled towards the front, inspired by the seventies, but brought up-to-date with a subtle de-styled effect to give it a more modern vibe. To recreate this look, which is neither overly Mr Nice Guy nor too rebellious, the hair is first of all lightly blow-dried. Then, the locks are ruffled up and given a tousled look with a small amount of Design Gel: a flexible gel which sculpts the hair without making it stiff. This layered cut focuses the attention on the fringe which gives you a peppy, easy to maintain look.
The boy-next-door look. Here, the hair is styled towards the front, inspired by the seventies, but brought up-to-date with a subtle de-styled effect to give it a more modern vibe. To recreate this look, which is neither overly Mr Nice Guy nor too rebellious, the hair is first of all lightly blow-dried. Then, the locks are ruffled up and given a tousled look with a small amount of Design Gel: a flexible gel which sculpts the hair without making it stiff. This layered cut focuses the attention on the fringe which gives you a peppy, easy to maintain look.
The retro blow-dry. For this second option, the good/bad boy haircut fully embraces its kitsch inspiration which is the height of fashion. The impeccably straight blow-dried style on thinned-out layers looks as if it has come straight out of the 70s. The styling is focussed on the tips for a slightly rounded effect reminiscent of an 'ideal son-in-law' look from that decade. A bold, daring style for men who are not afraid to express themselves!
The retro blow-dry. For this second option, the good/bad boy haircut fully embraces its kitsch inspiration which is the height of fashion. The impeccably straight blow-dried style on thinned-out layers looks as if it has come straight out of the 70s. The styling is focussed on the tips for a slightly rounded effect reminiscent of an 'ideal son-in-law' look from that decade. A bold, daring style for men who are not afraid to express themselves!
A 50s bad boy style. If you are fed up playing Mr Nice Guy, swap your straightened blow-dry look for a modernised rock quiff to get a bad boy look James Dean style. To create this voluminous hairstyle, which keeps the hair out of your face, the hair is swept towards the back. A result obtained by blow-dry styling, which focuses on the roots for maximum lift. The locks are then slicked down with Density Paste, a sculpting paste whose matt look and flexible hold give a modern twist to this rock quiff. The latter is then styled by a simple flick of the hand, fixing the movement created from the blow-dry styling.
A 50s bad boy style. If you are fed up playing Mr Nice Guy, swap your straightened blow-dry look for a modernised rock quiff to get a bad boy look James Dean style. To create this voluminous hairstyle, which keeps the hair out of your face, the hair is swept towards the back. A result obtained by blow-dry styling, which focuses on the roots for maximum lift. The locks are then slicked down with Density Paste, a sculpting paste whose matt look and flexible hold give a modern twist to this rock quiff. The latter is then styled by a simple flick of the hand, fixing the movement created from the blow-dry styling.
This season at Jean Louis David, men are getting a good/bad boy look thanks to this extremely versatile haircut
This season at Jean Louis David, men are getting a good/bad boy look thanks to this extremely versatile haircut
The boy-next-door look. Here, the hair is styled towards the front, inspired by the seventies, but brought up-to-date with a subtle de-styled effect to give it a more modern vibe. To recreate this look, which is neither overly Mr Nice Guy nor too rebellious, the hair is first of all lightly blow-dried. Then, the locks are ruffled up and given a tousled look with a small amount of Design Gel: a flexible gel which sculpts the hair without making it stiff. This layered cut focuses the attention on the fringe which gives you a peppy, easy to maintain look.
The boy-next-door look. Here, the hair is styled towards the front, inspired by the seventies, but brought up-to-date with a subtle de-styled effect to give it a more modern vibe. To recreate this look, which is neither overly Mr Nice Guy nor too rebellious, the hair is first of all lightly blow-dried. Then, the locks are ruffled up and given a tousled look with a small amount of Design Gel: a flexible gel which sculpts the hair without making it stiff. This layered cut focuses the attention on the fringe which gives you a peppy, easy to maintain look.
The retro blow-dry. For this second option, the good/bad boy haircut fully embraces its kitsch inspiration which is the height of fashion. The impeccably straight blow-dried style on thinned-out layers looks as if it has come straight out of the 70s. The styling is focussed on the tips for a slightly rounded effect reminiscent of an 'ideal son-in-law' look from that decade. A bold, daring style for men who are not afraid to express themselves!
The retro blow-dry. For this second option, the good/bad boy haircut fully embraces its kitsch inspiration which is the height of fashion. The impeccably straight blow-dried style on thinned-out layers looks as if it has come straight out of the 70s. The styling is focussed on the tips for a slightly rounded effect reminiscent of an 'ideal son-in-law' look from that decade. A bold, daring style for men who are not afraid to express themselves!
A 50s bad boy style. If you are fed up playing Mr Nice Guy, swap your straightened blow-dry look for a modernised rock quiff to get a bad boy look James Dean style. To create this voluminous hairstyle, which keeps the hair out of your face, the hair is swept towards the back. A result obtained by blow-dry styling, which focuses on the roots for maximum lift. The locks are then slicked down with Density Paste, a sculpting paste whose matt look and flexible hold give a modern twist to this rock quiff. The latter is then styled by a simple flick of the hand, fixing the movement created from the blow-dry styling.
A 50s bad boy style. If you are fed up playing Mr Nice Guy, swap your straightened blow-dry look for a modernised rock quiff to get a bad boy look James Dean style. To create this voluminous hairstyle, which keeps the hair out of your face, the hair is swept towards the back. A result obtained by blow-dry styling, which focuses on the roots for maximum lift. The locks are then slicked down with Density Paste, a sculpting paste whose matt look and flexible hold give a modern twist to this rock quiff. The latter is then styled by a simple flick of the hand, fixing the movement created from the blow-dry styling.