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3 HAIRSTYLES FROM ASOS LFWM FW18

By Lakeisha Goedluck, January 12, 2018

Last weekend, the FW18 menswear season kicked off in London. A talented group of guys took to the runway to model the ASOS collection, with hair as fresh as the gear on display. From a fluorescent-green buzzcut to punkish peroxide locks, check out three of the most standout hairstyles from the show below.

Hairstyles From ASOS LFWM AW18 | ASOS Style Feed

When it comes to nailing the grunge aesthetic, dancer Ed Munro has the vibe down. Wearing his signature hoop earrings, his heavy, dark eyebrows are nicely offset by his white-blonde disheveled crop. To emulate his style, go for a number 5 haircut before bleaching your locks — stock up on shampoo and conditioner for color-treated hair to prevent any fading. To get the hair at the front to lay flat but not look overly styled, comb a smidgen of styling gel through it with your fingers.
Hairstyles From ASOS LFWM AW18 | ASOS Style Feed

Combining two different hairstyles is a bold move, but artist and producer Jay Prince pulls it off with finesse. Teaming luscious locks with a fade is both forward-thinking and impressively unique, but maintaining such an unusual style is no easy feat. To keep your locks shapely, wash your hair with a shea butter-based product. As it's so important not to let your hair dry out, use a leave-in conditioner to lock in moisture. And remember, the key to this look is neatness — regularly visit your barber to make sure your hairline stays sharp.
Hairstyles From ASOS LFWM AW18 | ASOS Style Feed

Pictures: Miles Drury

Between his distinguishable freckles and multiple ear piercings, it’s no wonder that Joel Palmer is one of our top Face + Body Insiders. The model and creative director of Noctis Magazine is a striking fella — made even more so thanks to his vibrant-green crop. To make like Joel, keep your hair low and don’t dye the sides — less is more as far as this style is concerned. Again, products for color-treated hair should do the trick when it comes to maintaining this look.

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