Trendy & Classic hairstyles for men
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Trendy: Longer layers bring a bad-boy attitude to this hairstyle, particularly when contrasted with tailored looks. To get a rebellious look like Charlie Hunnam, you’ll need to spend time growing out your hair if it’s on the short side. Once you have pieces that are a little longer than ear length, ask your barber to chop in a few easy-to-maintain layers. At home, grab a wet-look gel and run it through your front and sides using your hands to achieve an undone yet polished appearance.
Deep Side Part Classic: The side part will continue to be popular this year because it's flattering, easy, and it’s got an old-school charm. This year, however, go deeper than you did in 2012, and choose a part that begins at least at mid-eyebrow. If you’re losing your hair, avoid this look at all costs since you’d basically be sporting a combover. The most classic way to wear a deep side part is slicked down against your head using a product that offers high-gloss shine.
The Straight Up Trendy: For a fashion-forward take on the Straight Up, fast-forward 40 years into the 1990s. Like performer Robin Thicke, you’ll want medium-length strands everywhere but your sides, which should be kept cropped quite close to your head. Use fingers or a comb and a sculpting cream to move hair both upward and toward the center. Hair should remain touchable rather than stiff. The point is to create a mild peak like Thicke’s — without going into '90s boy band territory
Trendy: A very 2014 way to interpret the quiff is shown by Zayn Malik. The performer keeps the under layer and sides of his hair cropped very close to his head. Hair on the crown and the front are then brushed upward as well as toward the side using the same blow dry and product application method required to create a classic quiff.
The Moderate Quiff Classic: The quiff is essentially an updated 1950s-style pompadour in which front locks are longer than the hair on the rest of the head. It’s been going strong in recent years as one of the most in-demand cuts for men who take style seriously. After getting the cut right, you’ll need to use gel or pomade along with a blow dryer to coax your hair into defying gravity. The key here is to begin with as little product as possible, only adding extra when necessary.
The Messy Slick Slicked-back hair made a comeback in recent years following the popularity of period television series like Mad Men. The slick remains an option in 2014, but this year it’s a little more casual. For a controlled take on this hairstyle, follow Justin Timberlake’s lead and comb medium-length hair back using a nickel-size amount of gel. Don’t worry if the ends are not perfect — that’s the idea here. As long as there are no flyaways on the top of your head, you’re good to go.