Men, Anti-Grooming Is the Biggest Grooming Trend of 2016

Guys, it’s time to ditch your elaborate grooming routines. Kiss goodbye to that BB cream you’ve been using, bid farewell to the beard oils, and chuck out your hair pomades; anti-grooming is finally here.

The biggest grooming trend of 2016 is going to save you a lot of time (you can thank us later). Think messy, unwashed hair and bushy, un-plucked eyebrows teamed with a healthy, natural glow; this look is the lazy person’s approach to grooming, and it requires very little effort.

The designers at men’s fashion week in London, which ended Monday, were unified in their approach to men’s beauty, with models rocking a dishevelled, just-out-of-bed look.

Outside the Alexander McQueen autumn/winter show, Mashable caught up with some of the models to find out about their beauty looks for the show.

Willo Barrett, also modelling at the McQueen show, spoke of the change of direction for eyebrow grooming. “I used to pluck my eyebrows … now I have to grow a unibrow,” he said.

“A lot of the other models haven’t even had their hair cut, like me for example. I just came with my normal hair and they just trimmed it a little bit at the back,” he continued.

On the runway at McQueen, grooming was discernibly stripped-back and natural, and models sported tousled, mussed-up hair.

Willo Barrett, also modelling at the McQueen show, spoke of the change of direction for eyebrow grooming. “I used to pluck my eyebrows … now I have to grow a unibrow,” he said.

“A lot of the other models haven’t even had their hair cut, like me for example. I just came with my normal hair and they just trimmed it a little bit at the back,” he continued.

On the runway at McQueen, grooming was discernibly stripped-back and natural, and models sported tousled, mussed-up hair.

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