Men’s hairstyles have taken a second place for years compared to women’s hairstyles – which are always changing. Today, men’s hairstyles have taken a trendy turn and, at last men are joining in with stylish and simple looks.
1. Simply Sexy
Glamourous and sexy, this hairstyle stays cool even when windblown. It’s the type of hairstyle that makes you want to run your fingers through it. Longer at the top and shorter on the sides, it’s also an easy hairstyle to take care of.
2. Modern and Trendy Look
This is the hairstyle for the man who works in a conservative office but likes to whoop it up on weekends. It easily transitions from office to party with ease. It’s also an easy hairstyle to maintain.
4. Cool and Easy!
Perfect for thick hair, this is an easy hair style to take care of. It fades from the top and looks great with a short beard. Simply run your fingers through your hair after shampoo and pull up some spikes – you’re good to go.
5. The Undercut
This combination of an undercut, comb-over sports a deep divided line on the side and a comb-over with the long hair on top. The buzz cut on the sides make for low maintenance and you can keep the hair on top long or medium length.
6. Classic with a Side Part
You can’t go wrong with this classic men’s haircut. Rather than the usual buzz cut on the sides, this cut goes with a side part and tapered sides which blend nicely into the beard. A little styling gel will keep the style in place.
7. Textured and Cropped
Europe is wild over this textured crop hairstyle for men. Now, the United States and Australia are trending the style which is super easy to keep and style. It’s easy to style with wax or matte pomade and men are loving the ease and pure simplicity.
8. The Quiff Cut
The Quiff cut has been around for a while and its popularity is still going strong. This cut is achieved by leaving some extra length on top and fading the sides. You’ll need a top-notch hair stylist to achieve the look, and you may have to spend a bit more time in the morning, but it’s worth the effort.
9. Fade and High Top Cut
A popular cut for black men, the fade and high top style is seen in many different lengths and styles. This is a high-maintenance cut that requires frequent visits to the barber shop so the look stays neat and styled properly.
10. Mid-Length, Mid-Fade and Trendy
You can get this look easily with the right cut and do it yourself using a brush and blow dryer. Pomade isn’t required, but you can use if you prefer that look. The strict line in the front sets this style apart from the many other mid-length and mid-fade styles.