Aiji LM. C Hair – Japanese Electro Rock Hairstyles

Picture of Aiji hairstyle for Japanese men.
Aiji hairstyle.

Aiji is a Japanese musician. He currently plays guitar and does backup vocals for the visual kei band, LM. C. Prior to this, he was the guitarist for the band, Pierrot. LM. C plays a type of music that has come to be known as New Century Electrock, a combination of rock and electric pop. Being a visual kei artist, hair is an important part of Aiji’s image.

Photo of Aiji red hairstyle for Asian men.
Aiji red hairstyle.

He wears his hair cut to a medium length. It is dyed to produce bright red stripes among the natural black. A razor was used to produce a rough texture and to create various lengths.

He brushes the hair so that part of the fringe hangs down to the right of his right eye. A few shorter strands hang to just above this eye. The rest of his fringe angles toward the left and partially obscures the left eye.

Image of Aiji spiky hair.
Aiji spiky hair.

He uses gel to create spikes that stand up from the crown of the head in random directions. The rest of the hair is gelled so that it hangs stiffly and stays in place. The back of the hair is cut a bit shorter than the front and requires less product.

He has also styled the hair so that it is parted in the middle with the fringe hanging to each side of the face. The hair in front is teased so that it stands up a bit before it turns to hang. This gives it a bit more volume in front.

Photo of Aiji LM. C hair.
Aiji hair.

Image of Aiji blonde streak hair.
Aiji blonde streaks hair style.

In the past, he has worn these same hairstyles, but had the color done so that he had blonde stripes or been completely blonde with porcupine spikes all over the head. The Aiji hairstyle changes from time to time as the performance changes. This is because the visual image is a part of the music.

4 thoughts on “Aiji LM. C Hair – Japanese Electro Rock Hairstyles”

  1. Aiji’s hair is great. I thought about doing mine like his.

    And wow, last the last commenter apparently knows nothing about Visual Kei. Or Japan. Or style.


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