You don’t always need to display a new hairstyle for men or even follow the current trends. There are a bunch of time-tested hairstyles out there that look good on pretty much every guy. Many are a good fit even if your hair is on the unruly side, or starting to thin.
So, before you head to the barber or salon for your next cut, understand what differentiates them from one another. You can also learn how to modify them to fit you.
Your hairstyle should not only highlight your facial features as men but also be more manageable. Think about all the time that goes into styling medium or even long hairstyles, It’s a mess, whereas hairstyles give you the chance to be always on point and look very presentable at the same time without much effort.
While one hairstyle may work for some men, here are some hairstyles that tend to look more masculine, strong, and professional.
Classics Hairstyle for Men
We could get into dozens of modifications of this one, wherein the sides are clipped and blended, or the waves are in fact, more curly or more straight. But if you want to sport a medium-length style that is great both swept back and worn forward. You have plenty of options, so long as you emphasize the texture and movement of the hair. Use lightweight stylers like creams and sea salt sprays, and blow them dry to keep the hair volumized and touchable.
While similar styles come and go, the high and tight is a timeless look. It’s similar to the crew cut in that it blends two different lengths of hair, with much shorter (tighter) sides fading into a longer (higher) top. A good crew cut has a less obvious blend, while a good high and tight shows off the blend. The high and tight is the more classic military cut of the two and can be altered in a few ways. The most obvious examples we’ve seen are the pompadour, as well as shorter undercut styles.
Curly or Wavy
Fade is the way to go whether it be light or full on side bald. It gives a refreshing look to your face. And, Nobody likes too manage the mess on the sides.