Seoul Fashion Week, the annual meeting of fashionistas from all over the world, are enjoyed by the most fashion-forward Korean celebrities. Today we’ll review BAP’s Zelo, Jongup and Korean actor Kim Ji Hoon’s hairstyles. BAP’s Zelo is seen with a straight-bang haircut. Although not gelled-back or particularly styled, this accentuates a clean-cut, gentlemanly image. Korean actor Kim … Read more Seoul Fashion Week Hairstyles
Different hair-parts can change your overall image and impression. A lot of the times, we just don’t know which hair-part fits us best; especially for the guys with friends who seriously don’t care to notice any change. To help the those dealing with this problem, here are a few hair-parting styles that guys can try out~
As we’ve earlier reviewed, this style is common in the Kpop scene, with iconic fashionista GDragon being one of many who rock this look. This hair part is for all the fashion-forward men out there who know a good hairstyle is an important touch to a complete outfit.
This part is a little off-center, giving off a soft, natural vibe. This part is probably the most popular and easiest to pull-off for any face shape. This hair part is a popular choice among guys these days, especially with the currently *hot* Comma hair trend.
This is one of my personal favorites. You can wear this part up or down. It really accentuates the jawline and makes your face look smaller. This hair part would be especially fitting for those with a round face.
When looking for a change, many times the best thing to do is change your part. The position of your part really does a lot to your image, so try playing around with it and find the right one for you~
Looking for an easy style change but too lazy to stop by the salon? Like your hair length the way it is? Or does your hair need a break from all the colorful hair dyes? No problem, the solution is simple: try changing your part! Now, for the males out there, you could be asking, “What part? And how should I change it?” and I mean, in all seriousness, your HAIR part; and there is a very quick solution to your concerns: try the middle part. Hold on… I know what your thinking! “But the middle part looks so tacky…and nerdy.” STOP RIGHT THERE! That’s just a stereotype. If you’re really into fashion and style, you would know better. Never fear, though, that’s why we’re here. Here are some Korean celebrities with the hottest middle parts out there!
Key with blonde hair? AND a middle part? This screams fashion-forward!
Jung Joon Young’s wavy perm gives his hair more volume and suits his carefree style.
Taeil oozes cuteness with his perfectly curled bangs and middle part. Plus those glasses seriously suit him so well.
Gong Yoo’s hair is simple but still stylish. His hair isn’t parted perfectly in the middle, which gives off a unique look to his symmetrical facial structure.
No, no, I didn’t forget. How could anyone leave out the king of fashion and style: Gdragon? Gdragon is known for his unique fashion sense and here we see him with a middle part. Worn by the king himself. What more evidence do you need to realize that the middle part is the HEIGHT of the fashion trend these days?
Luhan wears his middle part with both straight and wavy hair in the pictures above. Both looks can be worn easily, as it fits all different textures and lengths of hair.
I don’t know if it’s just me but whenever I hear the words “kpop” and “middle part,” I think of Nam Taehyun. I mean, this is his signature look, and for good reason. To achieve his look, hair length should be right about touching your ears. If you want the biker-boy look on the left: with straighter hair, curl the ends slightly outwards with a straightener. If you have curlier hair, congrats! You’re blessed! You could leave it curly for a little volume or straighten it for a chic look. And if you’re lazy, aim for the look on the right. Straight or curly, you can use hair spray or gel to flatten the hair near your face or simply tuck it behind your ears. This look is perfect for long days in school or hours of tiring traveling.
Try the middle part, and see if you like this new but seemingly-comfortable style. Ask around for others’ opinions if you’re not too sure. You can get an unbiased review and it’s always fun to see if others can any change.
The cold winter nights, frosty window panes, cozy turtleneck sweaters, all signs that winter is on its way. And while you might want to avoid thinking about it, the weather is changing quickly. To be prepared for the new season, we’ll be showing you the newest hair color trends for winter. While previously we showed you the trending hair color for women, this time it’s the guys’ turn! Ready boys?
It seems gray is the color of the fall/winter season this year! This hair color also adds tints of mermaid blue shades, giving a unique look to the hairstyle.
It’s easier to see the blue tints in this shot. This hair color is actually nothing new in the Kpop world. Worn by numerous kpop idols, this grey/silver hair trend helps idols take the stage these days!
Who wore this style?
Many kpop idols and celebrities have flaunted this hair color. Blue grey is the newest trending hairstyle for guys this winter season. Transform into a kpop idol and rock the winter weather with your new hair color!
This currently trending men’s hairstyle in South Korea is a favorite among many kpop idols and Korean actors overtaking the world with the Hallyu wave. Members of kpop groups EXO, Got7, and BTS; along with actors of kdramas: Moonlight Embraces the Clouds, Remember, and movies : I Married an Anti-Fan, Master, along with other numerous celebrities, have sported this chic, classy style, and it is quickly becoming the hottest 2016 hair craze. This hairstyle complements an effortlessly casual or even a business formal look for any event. Here are a few Korean actors and kpop idols who have made this look their own at formal gatherings, photoshoots, and while going about their everday lives.
What is the so called “comma hair” craze?
This trend is called the “comma” hair trend because of how the hairstyle looks with the front portion of the hair curled inwards, resembling a comma. This trendy hairstyle helps to make your face look smaller and more angular, while also putting emphasis on your jawline.
Here are a few Korean celebrities who have been seen rocking this new hair trend for men.
Chanyeol of popular kpop group EXO sported this hairstyle at many events, including Monster and Lotto promotions. His comma hair is emphasized by his wavy hair texture, and the comma section of his hair is curled inwards, but not to the extent that it’s a C shape. It’s on the more natural side, and his clothes also complement a more casual look.
Mark of kpop boy band Got7 also sports this hair trend during fan meetings and promotional activities, and most recently during Hard Carry promotions. His “comma hair” is not as obvious, and gives a softer feel to his style. His messy-wavy hair gives volume to the comma portion of his hair, and brightens up the left side of his face. Also, Mark’s deep, side part gives him a more “bad-boy” aura.
The golden maknae, Jungkook, of rising group BTS (aka Bangtan Boys) was first seen sporting this hairstyle during the War of Hormone era. Jungkook’s hairstyle is a bit different than those seen before in the way that the “comma” portion of his hair starts from the root of his middle, not side, part. Although he has a middle part, he doesn’t curl both sides inwards, but one inwards and the other outwards. This gives a “I woke up like this” feel. Unlike the others’ before, Jungkook’s hair is more straight than wavy.
Park Bo Gum of recently ended Moonlight Embraces the Clouds played the role of a playful prince in the Korean drama, but challenges the role of a sophisticated man in his recent photoshoot with SURE. Park is seen with the comma hair look as well. The “comma” portion of his hairstyle is much smaller and not as noticeable, but once again, the deep side part accentuates the “comma.” His hair is also seen gelled back for a more classy look.
Young actor Yoo Seung Ho, who played a boy fighting for his father’s innocence in Remember: War of the Son, had this look for almost the whole drama. The “comma” portion of his hair is not as accentuated. Instead, like Jungkook’s previous hairstyle, Yoo Seung Ho took the left side of his hair and brought it in towards the right side of his face, making it look like a mini comma. This helps to balance the look while making his face look much smaller.
Veteran actor Kang Dong Won has starred in numerous blockbuster hits, with his most recent movie being Master. Kang Dong Won has also participated in this hair trend, and was seen wearing this look at numerous movie conferences and meetups. The comma in his hairstyle is more accentuated than the others’ shown before, and his hair is mostly straight except for the volume given in the front. Almost more than half of his front hair is curled downwards in a C shape, almost looking like bangs. However, he leaves space on the left side of his face so as not to look too “stuffy” and to brighten his image. Kang Dong Won emphasizes this style with his jet-black hair color, which gives a classy, manly feel to his image.
This new Korean hair craze is questioning all those other hair trends only suitable for girls. The trendiest style is the comma hair style, which guys can also be a part of! Get inspiration from your favorite Kdrama actor or Kpop group idol and rock the comma hairstyle!