Chinese youth are celebrating Chinese National Day this October 1st by sporting a very early 90s haircut. Reminiscent of the Kid 'n' Play duo, Chinese barbers are buzzing in shapes of the Great Hall of the People and Tiananmen Square to the finest detail.
In true patriotic form, the coifs are topped with red and gold flags, and even photo insets of Mao where found necessary. Between the brightly-dyed mohawks and jetting flags, I wonder how they will manage to sleep on these masterpieces until October 1st rolls around.
Chinese Nod to Early Nineties for Holiday Celebration
1. Nationalistic Buzz Cuts - Opportunity to create a line of patriotic-themed hair accessories and products to go with the nationalistic buzz cut trend.
2. Chinese National Day Celebration - Potential to organize themed events and festivals to capitalize on the trend of sporting 90s-inspired haircuts during Chinese National Day.
3. Revival of Nostalgic Fashion - Chance for fashion brands to bring back 90s-inspired hairstyles and incorporate them into their collections for a nostalgic and trendy appeal.
1. Barber and Hair Salons - Opportunity for barber and hair salons to offer specialized services catering to the nationalistic buzz cut trend, such as precise cutting of national iconic symbols into hair.
2. Fashion and Accessories - Fashion brands can create and market patriotic-themed hair accessories and products to align with the Chinese National Day celebration trend.
3. Event Planning and Entertainment - Event planners and entertainment companies can organize themed events and festivals inspired by the Chinese National Day celebration trend, incorporating the 90s haircuts as a unique attraction.