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Men of today, have got more choices, than ever before! However, choosing a haircut is now far more complicated, than just deciding, if you want long, short or medium hair.
But don’t worry, today we will show you, or rather help you, decipher the best haircuts and how to tame them to suit your personality.
Be it pompadours or quiffs, buzz cut or blowouts, we will talk about all of them so that you know which one to choose for yourself.
It is designed to look windblown and wild, and trust me, that is me putting it as mildly as I could. The character of the look is the full-volume top that stands tall with faded sides.
Short and simple! And at times, opted by the ones who have hair receding issues. You can easily identity this hairdo, as you would find hair to be clipped close to the head with clippers. Easy to wear and maintain, you need no extra styling for these.
Just trim them when they grow out and you will be sorted!
Thanks to David Beckham, men’s grooming market has changed completely, and it took no time for undercuts to become a rage. It is popular, yes, but I think it’s becoming common too.
A longer length of hair on top with shorter, very short, sides – is what defines it.
Fade and Taper
It usually features a longer length on top that gradually runs shorter towards sides and back of the head. It can either fade down till the skin is exposed around ears or just taper to a shorter length of hair.
Take your pick!
They call it Princeton or Harvard clip, which in simple words is a bit lengthier version of the all-so-traditional crew cut.
This, is my personal favorite. Being a guy who prefers his own hair to be long, this scores big for me. The latest entrants in the men’s hairdo business, their appeal is the ability to create a range of different stylish looks.
Young or old, this one is a game changer for all! And if you have a beard to go with it, then that’s just the perfection you were striving for.
Did you know that this hairdo date back to the 1700s? Initially, they were worn by only women, but a certain King made it look cool on men. Yes, Elvis, The Presley, King!
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