The Jeff Ward Show
Salons see 200% rise in MALE hair extensions as men attempt to emulate quiffed style icons Harry Styles and David Beckham
Many men attempt to emulate their style - but so obsessed are some with Harry Styles and David Beckham that they're going to great lengths to copy their hair, too.
Hair salons have seen a 200 per cent increase in the number of men seeking hair extensions to add length and thickness to their tresses.
Citing Harry Styles, Oliver Cheshire and David Beckham as their hair inspiration, it appears more and more men are searching for instant - yet subtle - ways to add volume to thin, fine hair.
London hair salon Paul Edmonds has seen a spike in men requesting micro bond extensions, which are specially placed to add volume to hair while remaining invisible to the eye.
The salon say that men are desperate to attain the kind of heavy fringe that can be slicked back a la Harry, Oliver and David.
Men suffering from thinning hair and receding hair lines are also seeking the extensions, which last around five weeks.