This is another that men with short hair may don. This hairstyle is best to keep the head cooler since the hair is cut short and air may be able to freshen up the wearer. For this hairstyle, the hair needs to be cut thinly on the sides with side arches almost touching the ear line. Then, the top section of the hair is fixed using a light hold hair gel or wax and the fringe is set to look twiggy. The twiggy effect may be achieved by flicking the fringe on any side you wish. This is a simple hairstyle, which is best for casual affairs and formal events. It can also match any type of men’s clothing. On top of that, it is very easy to set and maintain.
The Full Hipster.
This is more like a modified bowl because the hair is trimmed evenly at the bottom and may have looked like a bowl cut except it was swept to the side to drape on the forehead. The hair on the nape area is cut clean and very shortly, too. This may need a little time to prepare, since you will need to deal on fixing the hair to stay put on one side. Complete side parting is also advisable to attain this style. This may be worn on casual events, though not advisable to be donned on a daily basis except if the hair is used to being swept on the side.
This is good for men wanting to sport short and stylish hair. This hairstyle sports a hairdo cut short on the sides. The fringe section is cut long with layers and is swept to the side. This will give a feeling of having a textured fringe. The side arches are cut a little, maybe half a centimeter, above the ear line. This hairstyle can be maintained by using a light hold hair gel or hair wax. Having a narrow toothed comb may also come in handy if retouches are needed every once in a while. This may make the wearer look younger and may be sported on both casual and formal gatherings.
Almost but not Quite a Flattop.
This is a very youthful kind of hairstyle since it is neatly done and it is cut shorter compared to other men’s hairstyles. This is also a hairstyle, which may be worn on any occasions and is not difficult to maintain. To achieve this hairstyle, hair must be cut clean and short on the sides leaving the center top a little longer. As for the center top, hair must be tapered a little short on the end and longer on the front. Then, hair gel may be applied to hold the appearance, which looks like it is rising upwards. Regular trimming may be needed to maintain this.
This is another low maintenance and carefree hairstyle that men with wavy hair can try donning. It is a very refreshing and cool look that may be tried especially on times when the temperature is rising. For this hairstyle, the hair is cut short with simple layers. The side arches are tapered just above the ear line and no parting is needed. The hair may then be combed using the hand or any narrow toothed comb, but to achieve the ruffled look, the hair on the fringe area must be combed disorderly. If you have this hairstyle, you may need to tame the ruffles and comb it neatly for formal events.
This is another low maintenance design. It can be easily worn on a daily basis and it is not time consuming. Men with naturally wavy or curly hair may best try this hairstyle. It is also a good hairstyle for those with medium length hair. For this hairstyle, the hair needs to be cut in layers. Hair may then be hand combed while drying (if you have time) or just when it is fully dried. This hand combing technique helps give the tousled appearance. No hair gel or wax may be needed to keep this hairstyle in place. It can be worn to the office, to school, or to any place where you need to be. You may just need to tame the tousles a little if you are to don it on a formal event to match the occasion.
Kick Back and Relax.
If you are looking to maintain a medium length hair in a stylish manner, this hairstyle may be a good one to try. This hairstyle sports a spiky layered hairstyle with the hairs on the side fully covering the ears. It is parted on the sides and waxed so the spikes may show. It also appears to have a tousled spiky look. To achieve this hairstyle, do a side parting to the hair. Then apply hair gel to the hair and comb the hair using your hand. Since side parting is done for this hairstyle, the hair on side is lesser compared to the other side. For the part with lesser hair, simply comb it down roughly. For the other side, hand comb the hair starting from the inside going up.
This is another short haircut that you can add on your list. This is cut in the same way as a brush cut. It is tapered very short on all parts. However, instead of actually cutting all parts short, the fringe part is left longer so that it may be styled to have a spiky appearance. This is a low maintenance hairstyle because all you basically need to take care of is spiking the fringe up every day. Regular trimming of the rest of the hair may be needed. Use light to medium hold hair gel to maintain the spiky fringe.
This is a version of the pompadour which offers a style that looks volumized because the front part of the hair is brushed up and is worn high enough so that the wearer appears to look full. For this hairstyle, instead of having only the front part looking full, the hair on the side of the head also looks volumized and full. This can be maintained by using a liberal amount of styling gels or wax. Then, you have to brush up the hair and wear it high enough to look full. Brush the front part as well as both sides. The hair on the nape is left long and well combed. This may be donned in any occasion.
This is most appropriate for men with medium length hair. Men with naturally straight or wavy hair can also sport it. For this hairstyle, the medium length hairstyle is cut in layers having the longest layer on the nape area and the side hair is cut just a little below the ears. The fringe is cut a centimeter or two below the eyebrows. To style the hair, simple combing will generally do the trick. Do not miss to sweep the fringe on the left side and if you need to flick the ends of the layers, you may do so using a styling wax or gel.
Another alternative way to style the Caesar cut is by using the twiggy fringe Caesar for men. This is cut much like the Caesar, which is short all over. This hairstyle also maintains a neatly combed appearance. It also has a fringe, however, instead of letting it drape to the forehead, the fringe is combed upwards bending to an angle a little. Then the rest of the hair on the top center is combed over or forward so that it meets with the fringe forming a twiggy appearance. This is not a high maintenance hairstyle as you may just need to gel up the hair and comb it as specified or just like in the image provided.
This is hairstyle is a creative alternative to the Caesar hairstyle. The Caesar hairstyle is cut in short layers to about one to three inches in length. It also sports short bangs on the forehead. However, for this hairstyle, the hair cut a little longer and is fixed to have spikes by flicking the hair using a styling gel or wax. This will then create the tousled look as opposed to the Caesar hairstyle having a neat look. In addition, this hairstyle has a blocked nape, which is also styled with flicks and spikes. Unlike the Caesar hairstyle, which helps in covering a receding hairline, this hairstyle shows it even more. This is a low maintenance hairstyle suited for younger men and for those with fast paced lifestyle.