TOP 10 HAIRSTYLING BRANDS FOR MEN 2022
Taking the #1 spot TOP 10 HAIRSTYLING BRANDS FOR MEN 2022, Hairbond UK. A UK brand which in it’s earlier days dared to challenge some of the biggest hair product producers in the world. Today, the Hairbond brand delivers some of the highest regarded products I’ve ever seen. This Premier League brand has a reputation as one of the most premium hair styling products in the world and is worn by some of the biggest names in fashion, film, TV and sports.
2. Hanz De Fuko
Hanz De Fuko is a premium US brand which started off filling and labelling products by hand in a one bedroom apartment in San Francisco back in 2009.
In it’s first couple of years of trading, Hanz De Fuko was welcomed by professional hair salons and went on to expand into Europe with high end retail partners and main features in GQ magazine.
After 20 years in business, American Crew claim to be a landmark in the history of men’s grooming. As one of the leading salon brands created specifically for men and the stylists they trust, American Crew history reflects their commitment to the professional stylist and barber. This big US brand aims to empower men through their quality grooming practices and products.
Fudge Professional was founded in 1991 in Sydney. The Shaper, the first of many legendary products, made of a carnauba wax which was originally used to wax surfboards, was the basis for the success story that lasts until today. Fudge Hair is a brand that wants to convey fun and is perfectly suited for customers looking for something on the more flamboyant end of the spectrum.
Inspired by the timeless style of the 1950s barbershop and its spiritual founder, Willy Uppercut OShea, Uppercut Deluxe is a modern, yet traditional approach to mens grooming. Another Australian born brand proudly made with only the finest ingredients, Uppercut Deluxe delivers a core range of high quality grooming products for men without all the fancy embellishments of salon brands. Instead a brand with a love for barbering, surf and skate.
Born on the streets and in the barbershops of the UK, Slick Gorilla products claim to have changed the hair styling game forever. Embracing individuality. The raw power of creativity. That’s what Slick Gorilla was founded on. Here for the bold, the strong, the creators and innovators. The independent minds and unique characters.
Men Expert has everything you need from hair gel to beard moisturiser and hair cream. Whether you are going for a side swept hairstyle or a short textured cut, L’Oreal Men Expert have got you covered with their range of hair styling products for men
8. TIGI Bedhead
Omnichannel may be a current buzz word in beauty retail, but professional hair-care brand Tigi, which was acquired by Unilever in 2009, is trying to emphasize its salon roots. Founded by stylist Anthony Mascolo, Tigi launched its namesake products in 1982; its Bedhead sub-brand debuted in 1996. Whilst TIGI claim their Bedhead for men budget products are for professionals we all know you can pick up Bed Head products from a huge selection of supermarkets and discount stores.
9. Toni & Guy
Toni and Guy began life in Clapham, London in 1963. And now you’ll find their products all over the world. An iconic British SuperBrand. And international fashion and style leader. Their story begins with two brothers with vision and ambition. Today, the company they created is home to thousands of the world’s most talented and award-winning hairdressers.
.Paula Kent co-founded Redken Laboratories in 1960. As a young actress in the late 1950s, when hair was highly bleached and teased, Paula was challenged with baby fine hair and sensitive skin. On set in Hollywood, she constantly experienced allergic reactions to the products used by hairdressers and makeup artists. She visited dermatologists and hairdressers to find a solution, but no one could explain to her the science behind the products.
In a moment of inspiration, Paula realized that she could help millions of other people who needed gentle, high-performance products – and that professional hairdressers needed to know the chemistry of hair and skin, product ingredients and their relationship to beautiful, healthy hair.
Using $3,000 she earned from appearing in a beer commercial, Paula Kent and her hairdresser, Jheri Redding (forming the name “REDKEN”) started Redken with three products and an intensive education program for hairdressers.