Men’s hair trends fluctuate all the time, and there can seem to be an overwhelming variety to choose from. In this article, we’ll go through eight of the classic, yet still unique hair trends that’ll work for any man.
The emo haircut is ever evolving and yet has always been a classic and will always be popular. Many people associate the emo haircut with angsty teens, but the truth is that there are men young and old sporting and pulling off the emo look. There are a lot of different ways to try out an emo hairstyle, from subtle to bold, and you can check out more at My New Hair Styles.
Nape shaping is a classic trend for any man that doesn’t necessarily want to stand out from the crowd too much but still wants to add a personal touch to their hair. It simply involves shaping the hairline at the nape of the neck with a razor, often to make it asymmetrical or to add extra touches such as a ‘step’.
The undercut is one of the most timeless hairstyles for men and has been around since the Edwardian times. It’s a pretty simple cut, with hair being kept long and slightly parted at the very top of the head, with the sides and back buzzed short, sometimes with a fade included.
Long and Loose
For any man who wants to spend less time at the barbers and more time in bed in the mornings, a long and loose hairstyle is the way to go. There are many different variations and styles, but all generally have a slightly messy unkempt look that allows you to get up and go in the morning without having to worry too much.
The lumberjack look has been a favorite for a long time, but for many men, it either loves it or hate it. It’s a rugged look, generally involving a full head of hair with the sides buzzed and a well-kept full beard.
Bleached hair for men is becoming more and more popular, especially for any men with a more alternative style and personality. Although bleaching your hair does tend to damage it quite a bit, there are plenty of products out there that can help to keep your hair healthy, and if you don’t like the look, it doesn’t take long to grow out anyway.
The military crop is a classic and has been for a long time. A favorite for soldiers in the military, this style involves an all-around buzz, with perhaps slightly more hair left at the top to add a bit of shape. Great if you really don’t want to have to bother with your hair at all, and awesome if you live in a warm climate.
The Ivy League
Another classic and well-known haircut that consists of a crew cut with slightly longer hair at the top, just enough to allow a side part. It’s a favorite amongst common folk and ivy-league goers alike.