This is fashioned around the famous Mohawk. However, this is slightly adjusted in such a way that the sides and back are cut very short not totally cleaned out like the Mohawk style. Then the center top of the hair is propped up to appear similar to a hawk’s style. This is a low maintenance hair since you just need to take care of the center top hair while the sides and back hair can just stay as is. This can also be safely worn on any occasions and is not outfit picky. You may also add some highlights, though this is optional.
This is an unique and creative style and is best donned by men with medium length hair. To achieve this, the hair must be cut in layers. It is best to ensure that the fringe is cut long and in layers. The hair on the nape is to be cut in short layers. To style it, part the fringe on the side, so that it appears to be sweeping on one side. Then, neatly comb it so it looks sleek and neat. As for the hair on the back of the head and the nape, you may brush them to give them a semi tousled look while the hair on the side of the nape may be flicked outwards. This hairstyle may be a little time consuming, but may look good when worn on specific occasions.
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About hair texture, those with naturally wavy hair would be the best candidates for this. For a start, the medium length hair is cut in layers. The hair on the sides of the head is cut longer in such a way that it partially cover the ears. The layered hair is then sectioned by side parting and is combed using the hands so that the waves of the hair will show. Depending on the hair type, this style may need styling gel or hair wax. Other types of hair may no longer need it and may just need simple hand combing.
This is cut along the lines of a Caesar cut and has slightly longer strands than the conventional Caesar hairstyle. Aside from that, these longer strands are styled in such a way that they look tousled and messed up, but this does not diminish the stylish fashion it brings. In addition, this hairstyle helps in covering receding hairlines like the traditional Caesar. Semi low maintenance as you may have a difficult time at the beginning, but once you get the hang of it, you will be able to achieve this look quite easily. Light to medium hold styling gel may be needed to keep the hairstyle.
Long layers are tapered on the hair and then the hair is sectioned by central parting. The ends are then flicked softly outwards to look like flyaways. This is not difficult to set if you need to wear it on a daily basis as blow or natural drying and combing is needed to finish the look. However, extra effort in caring for the hair is needed to maintain its straightness and shine. This may be donned in casual events and in a daily basis, but you may need to tie it up neatly in a ponytail if you wish to sport it on a formal event.
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This is another variant of the faux hawk. The hair on the sides of the head are trimmed in fading cut style while the central top is cut longer than other faux hawk hairstyles. The front is longer while it gets gradual shortening as it goes to the back. The hair is then applied with liberal amounts of styling gel. The long hair used for the faux hawk will be parted from the short side hair and then spike to get the spiky and edgy look. This is not as difficult to maintain and prepare as it looks. It can even be achieved by hand combing. This may be worn on most occasions. However, it may be outfit picky.
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The hair on the sides and nape area are cut very short while the central top area is cut in layers longer than the ones on the sides and nape. The side burns are also cut longer – almost reaching the end of the ears. To style this cut, the hair on the central section is combed over to the forehead and styled with soft waves, including the side burns. This hairstyle is best suited to solve problems in men like receding hairlines. However, it can also be donned by those with no hairline issues.
This is a short cut with a unique fringe twist. The hair is tapered in a brush cut where the hair on the sides, top, and nape are cut relatively short. However, a long fringe is left and the bottoms are cut in jagged style. Then combed up, and slightly angled to one side. It may also be matched with extensive side burns for additional style. This is low maintenance since a little styling gel and combing will finish the look. It can even be done in less than a minute once you are used to it. It can be worn on any day and any occasion.
This is best for men who are always on the go. For this style, the hair is cut in layers. Then, apply styling gel on the palms of the hand and hand comb the hair on side. It does not need to be done neatly as the textured look needs to be achieved. The hair can also be scrunched alternatively. The arches on the side of the head are cut a little below the ear line. This is suitable for all occasions though it appears textured. It also fits most outfits and is not outfit picky. For additional styling, highlights may also be applied.
This hairstyle is for men who have a very curly hairstyle. Curly hairstyle is very difficult to maintain for men, as when it is grown longer, a big and Afro style may be attained. To keep it clean and neat, it can be cut in very short layers and almost tight looking. Usually, when the hair is newly cut short and tight, no styling gel is needed to keep it in place. The layers and natural curl will also give it a thick and textured look. As maintenance, regular trimming may be needed to keep the neat look. This is an effortless hairstyle that can be washed and worn. This is one of the hairstyles that are low maintenance.
This hairstyle is another way to don a layered cut. You may just need to be mindful of keeping the fringe in a long length. For this hairstyle, a basic layering may be done. Then, leave the fringe cut longer than the rest of the hair. The side arches are cut above the ear line while the hair on the nape is cut in block. To style it, the hair needs to be sectioned using side parting along with the fringe. Comb the hair on the sides going backwards and comb the side parted fringe on the same direction as the general hair locks. You may further style it by combing it in a wave like manner not minding if some locks may fall draping on the forehead. This hairstyle is best worn on semi casual to formal events, but may also be worn on a daily basis. However, you may spend more time styling it.
This hairstyle is best for men with curly hair who wants to sport crew cut hairstyle. For this hairstyle, the hair on the sides of the head must be cut cleanly and thinly while the hair on the central top is cut thickly. To style it, a light hold styling gel is needed. Apply a generous amount of the styling gel on the thick curly tresses and hand comb it. The central top will naturally appear thick and tousled because of the curls on the hair. Optionally, a thin lock of hair may be flicked downwards similar with Clark Kent. This is easy to maintain and may not take up much time to prepare.