Jamie Stevens, who is art director at Errol Douglas and was named Men’s Hairdresser of the Year after presenting his collection at last year’s British Hairdressing Award, loves using the special plates on men, claiming the waves they create, look fantastic on short styles.
go to site He said: “At the moment, the quiff is still cool. We’re still seeing a massive influx from the 80s coming back into the fashion at the moment. In my collection last year I did big flat tops, quiffs and curls. The whole quiff thing is still about but I’m starting to go a bit longer at the back and sides, still working with the quiff but incorporating some texture like crimping.
http://www.queen-jungle.com/is-it-illegal-to-buy-a-term-paper/ professional writing keyboard “I’ve done a lot of crimping on guys this year. If you want to know how it works, imagine a pair of straightening irons but the blades have got triangles on them so when you clamp it you get a crimped effect.”
follow site He told radio host Steve Wright: “If you imagine teddy boys meets your new romantics. Your old teddy boy suit and flat tops and quiffs.”