This is a good alternative to the regular tapered look. It leaves long hair so that it may be parted or combed while it has a gradual shortening on the sides as well as the nape. For this specific hairstyle, the longer hair is parted to one side and is volumized to make it look full. On the other hand, the shortened hair is just neatly combed on the sides and back. This hairstyle is suited for almost all kinds of lifestyles and is not picky when it comes to outfit matching. It is also simple to maintain and quick to set.
This is an alternative cut to the usual brush cut. The usual brush cut has hair cut shortly all over the hair – period. This hairstyle is different because even if the hair is cut very short on the sides, top, and back part of the head. Long and layered bangs were left and swept to the sides. This is not a high maintenance hairstyle since all you technically have to prepare if you wish to wear it every day is brushing the long and layered bangs to the side. It can be held in place by using a light hold styling gel or wax. Regular trimming may be needed to maintain the short pomp hairstyle.
This is for men who would like to keep their hair neatly combed and styled. The Ivy League is basically made by having a clean cut haircut. The hair is cut quite shortly all over while the front is cut a little longer so it may be parted and combed easily. This hairstyle follows the shape of the head and highlights neatness as well as cleanliness. It is very easy to maintain, as it only needs regular trimming and daily combing to keep the style. Best of all, it can perfectly match any formal wear for men. Light hold gel may be needed to upkeep this hairstyle.
Moustache Once Worn by Freddy Mercury and Brandon Flowers.
This is for men who want to maintain short hair. This is achieved by cutting the hair in layers. Side arches are cut almost touching the ears and the hair on the nape is cut in block. The layered hair is propped up using a hair gel or hair wax especially the fringe area. This is relatively easy to do, as you may just need to comb the hair upwards so the tips may look flicked or standing up. This is also a cool and refreshing hairstyle since it is shortly cut. This may be donned on any occasion and may easily match any type of outfit.
Over did it a bit with the makeup.
This is another take for spikes, except this time it is parted sideways and it is done on men with short hair. Usually, men with medium length hair don curtained hairstyles, but with this version, it may be easily donned by long haired men. To achieve this, the hair is cut at least a centimeter above the ear. It is then parted on the side and combed so that it curtains the side of the face. There is no need to upkeep it very neatly and smoothly as a little texture can enhance the style. This is very easy to prep, but you may need to put more effort in caring for your long hair.
The Rugged Look.
Basic layers will be cut making sure that long layers are on the central top of the head. The hair on the nape of the head are tapered for minimal styling. Then, the hair on the sides may be hand combed to attain texture. The hair on the central top of the head may also be hand combed for tousles. Make sure that some styling gel is rubbed thinly on the palms so that the tousled hair and flicked edges are maintained for a while.
This one is best used if you want to maintain a short hair on the sides of the head yet appear to have a stylish central top hair. This can be achieved by shaving the hair on the side of the head very short. This will attain a clean look. Then, you can have a thick central layer layered slightly and a long fringe that can be swept to the side. A thick central top may be easily achieved if you have a naturally wavy or curly hair, but it may also be achieved by using a styling gel. The styling gel may be rubbed on the palms of the hands and then scrunched on the hair while sweeping it to the side. This may take a few practices to perfect, but it can be easily mastered.
A Bit Like Richard Ashcroft of The Verve.
This is an easy look to don even if it is used on a long hair. This hairstyle requires a long hair cut in layers to appear like razor slices. It would also be best if the wearer sports a naturally straight hair. It may be sectioned by central or side parting and the fringes may be divided following the partition with some locks spread sparingly on the space between the divisions. The hair on the nape is then flicked to a curl going out for additional styling. This hairstyle may take a little effort and time to finish. It may be worn on most casual occasions, but may need a little taming for formal events.
This is fit for men who prefer to have the hair on the sides and back of their head cut very short while the hair on top is thick, layered, and styled. To achieve this hairstyle, have the hair on the sides and back of the head cut very short that it no longer needs any styling. Then, have the central top hair cut in long layers. This top hair may then be brushed going to one side to achieve a full and volumized look. This is relatively low maintenance and may just require brushing to maintain and style.
This is an altered version of the business man’s hairstyle, which is fit for younger men. To achieve this, slight tapering may be needed and the rest may be prepared by neatly combing the hair. Before combing the hair neatly forward, apply some styling gel first to preserve the style. After combing the center top of the hair forward, flick the fringe upwards so that there is a meeting point between the fringe and center top hair. Long side burns may also enhance the young look of the hairstyle. This is a low maintenance hairstyle and may be easily achieved. This is also decent enough to be donned even on formal events.
Skater or Surfer Dude.
This is a good one for men with medium length hair who want to have a thinned hair look. Since this hair in shaggy style, it appears to thin the hair once it is combed roughly. To add additional style to it, the edges of the hair may be flicked outwards in a slightly curved style. This may be useful in covering a receding hairline since it acts like the visor of a hat. The hair on the nape of the head is combed neatly except on the edge where it is also flicked. The arches on the side of the head are cut a little below the ear line so that it touches the top of the ears. With enough practice this hairstyle can be easily prepared and also become low maintenance.
This is a variation of the faux hawk style. What makes this modified faux hawk style unique is the inclusion of the hair on the side of the head on the faux hawk styling. This can be achieved by layering the hair including those one the nape. The layered hair on the center top is fixed like a Mohawk and the sides are then combed towards the front while some are combed going to the center to they appear to be a part of the whole Mohawk appearance. This hairstyle can take a little time and effort, but may give a really attractive appearance.