Men's apparel has moved passed khakis, polos, and oxfords and on to more streamlined and interesting pieces. Hair has gone in the same direction. 2014 will be a year of progression, inspired by music the looks will evolve from prim, slicked-back styles to easy, looser shapes.... 
 
The year begins with more barbered looks; think of the 1950s war hero, tapered and preened styles with sharp grooming. The looks spawned from an interest in the Rock n' Roll era, specifically the American subculture of Rockabilly. Back then it was guys like Johnny Cash, Elvis, and Carl Perkins driving the trend and inspiring men to don the legendary Quiff. Today, Bruno Mars, David Beckham, and Henry Holland have picked up the mantle, personifying the current drift in men’s fashions. 
 
The direction has been around for several seasons, so as summer turns to fall expect the coolest cats to adopt the predicted emerging trend. We’re calling it Modify (you heard it here first!) because the shift in men’s hairdressing is inspired by the 1960s British mod culture. Think of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Who. Or think of Jim Sturgess and Pete Doherty. These softer styles feature longer backs and sides with shorter tops, creating disciplined masculine shapes with deconstructed edges.
 
Here’s three products to help you create either aesthetic... 
 
For spring’s barbered looks, use Hair Gel to sculpt as you blowdry, use Cream Wax to polish and perfect shapes, and use Defining Cream to add visible sharpness. 
 
After your fall season Modified hair cut, use Hair Gel to air dry with soft texture, use Cream Wax to artfully muss up, and use Defining Cream for natural movement with soft control. 
 
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