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Top 10 hairstyle for men
« on: June 27, 2020, 11:25:00 PM »
1. Undercut Hairstyle

Short on the sides, longer on top. Thatís the essence of a classic undercut, which works with various styles of menís hair (curly, wavy, straight, etc). You can sculpt the top hair as you see fit, slicking it back or spiking it up or anything in between.
From a general perspective, there are two overarching types of menís undercuts: disconnected and faded. If youíve seen Cillian Murphyís handsome hairstyle in ďPeaky Blinders,Ē then you know all about the disconnected undercut. Itís distinguished by a sharp contrast or clear divide between the shorter and longer hair.
A fade undercut, meanwhile, gradually tapers as the short sides climb toward the top. The result is a somewhat greater sense of uniformity or flow.

2. Textured Pompadour Haircut

Hereís a top menís haircut that seems like it should have gone out of style at some point, but never has. And if you think it looks dated, weíll let you be the one to inform David Beckham, whoís no stranger to the pompadour. Of course, Elvis Presley remains the most iconic celebrity to rock this famous haircut, which has remained in vogue since the days of ďJailhouse Rock.Ē
Like an undercut or fade, the menís pompadour generally features short hair on the sides and longer hair on top. What distinguishes this style from others is the healthy volume of swept-up hair at the front, which gradually recedes toward the back. Its popular cousin, the almighty quiff, strikes a similarly stylish accord.

3. Side-Part Hairstyle

Just how timeless is the menís side part, you ask? Timeless enough to straddle six decades or more, as evidenced by the perennial appeal of Don Draperís slicked back approach.
A business world staple, the side part requires a decent amount of length and volume and works best with thick, straight hair. The most quintessential example involves a taper on the sides and longer hair on top.
Using a little product and a comb, sweep the top hair toward one side. Voila! Side part. If you want a more conservative look, ask your barber for a low fade.

4. Short Curly Hair with a Trimmed Beard

Epically long beards are all the rage these days, but weíre not convinced they wonít one day be viewed as a relic of their time (theyíre kind of retro in the first place, after all). The well-trimmed beard, however, makes for a solid look no matter what the era. Pair that trimmed beard with a head of short, thick, and curly hair to achieve a style thatís equal parts approachable and masculine.

5. Buzz Cut

True to its name, the buzz cut puts the electric buzzer to use, going short on all sides. It wades in and out of popular culture on a regular basis, but never really stops trending. Brad Pitt and David Beckham are just two among a broad number of celebrities to give this classic cut its proper due.
Needless to say, no list of the best menís haircuts is complete without the buzz cut. After all, who doesnít love a hairstyle that requires little to no maintenance? On the other hand, you should remain conscious of the cut as a style statement. Consider pairing it with edgy or even aggressive get-ups, thereby heightening its overtly masculine qualities.

6. Caesar Cut

If a menís haircut has been in style since the days of Roman emperors, one can safely assume its status wonít be changing anytime soon. Distinguished by short layered hair with a tight horizontal fringe, the Caesar Cut conjures associations with power and authority. To give this centuries-old haircut a modern upgrade, incorporate a fade around the sides.

7. Messy Waves Hairstyle

Best described as purposefully unkempt, the messy waves hairstyle requires more maintenance and intent than first meets the eye. Take a little product and get to work with those strands, aiming for a look that falls somewhere between sculpted and casual. Youíre so cool.

8. Short Dreads

If there was a time when short dreads were anything but awesome, we arenít aware of it. Once popularised by painter Jean-Michel Basquiat, this menís hairstyle requires copious amounts of time and control. If you donít know what youíre doing, itís best to put your hair in the hands of a barber. While weíre on the subject: long dreadlocks are pretty amazing as well.

9. Slicked Back Haircut

Like the trusty side part, the slicked back haircut has been a mainstay in the business world for decades. As such, it remains synonymous with the utmost tier of power and professionalism.
However, it seems that with each passing year the slicked back cut becomes a tad less slick. On that note, a quick word of advice: donít overdo it with hair product. You want a look thatís voluminous and natural, not brittle.

10. Long Wavy Hair

We might have poked fun at 80s glam metal haircuts in the introduction, but donít let that deter you from growing out your god-given follicles. In fact, if youíre among the few and lucky men who can pull off the long and wavy look, you should do just that. Synonymous with virility, itís a menís hairstyle that draws all the right eyeballs in your direction.

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