Big hair is making a comeback among males, and that's official! The days of Britons sporting baldy headshaves to hide natural baldness are now gone, or at least, not in fashion any more, as the younger generation males rebel against close cropped head syndrome.
Afros, bubble perms, backcombing and big wigs are set to become the norm among British males, with the 'head the size of a beachball' look becoming de rigeur.
"It makes sense, it's practical," said ever so slightly effeminate hair stylist Tinky Winky Van Blinkhorn. "With all this global warming causing snow and freezing cold arctic winds in the UK, it doesn't make sense having a number one. You need something to keep your head warm, like a twelve inch halo of loft insulation like hair. Keeps your lug holes warm too."
Not everybody is equally as pleased by this latest fashion trend for Scouse type hairdos though. Jud Dumpster of Doncaster told Skoob News:
"It's shite is this big hair malarkey. I can't have big hair because I've nowt on top anyway these days. It's discrimination. That's what it is - discrimination against baldy headed sinners like me and me dad, and me son Javelin. Bastards!"
More as we get it.