Old is new hottest hairstyles for men

Grown out and textured, as seen on — Brad Pitt, Hollywood star<BR>Brad Pitt got married this summer and the sharp shaved sides and greased back pompadour combo he rocked during awards season was gone. Instead, the actor appears to have grown out his retro-look for a more relaxed hairstyle. It works well with curly hair types with the hair longer at the crown and shorter at the sides. If you have straight hair, curl random sections of your hair inwards. Then, apply cream gel and use your ­fingers to refine the style. Finish off with ­hairspray to hold the style.

Grown out and textured, as seen on — Brad Pitt, Hollywood star
Brad Pitt got married this summer and the sharp shaved sides and greased back pompadour combo he rocked during awards season was gone. Instead, the actor appears to have grown out his retro-look for a more relaxed hairstyle. It works well with curly hair types with the hair longer at the crown and shorter at the sides. If you have straight hair, curl random sections of your hair inwards. Then, apply cream gel and use your ­fingers to refine the style. Finish off with ­hairspray to hold the style.

 

Messy fringes, as seen on — Louis Tomlinson, British musician<BR>This particular look is coming back after a few years in the Emo wilderness, and you can thankfully forget the My Chemical Romance ­associations. For this, you need to get a haircut with ­choppy, messy fringe and short sides. Generously apply gel to towel-dried hair and then use a ­blow-dryer to set the style, using your ­fingers to mould your fringe. 

Messy fringes, as seen on — Louis Tomlinson, British musician
This particular look is coming back after a few years in the Emo wilderness, and you can thankfully forget the My Chemical Romance ­associations. For this, you need to get a haircut with ­choppy, messy fringe and short sides. Generously apply gel to towel-dried hair and then use a ­blow-dryer to set the style, using your ­fingers to mould your fringe.

Side partings, as seen on Ryan Gosling, Canadian actor-musician<BR>The slick and tidy side-part is seriously in vogue for men at the moment. The key is to keep the sides tidy, while leaving enough up top to play around with. Comb your freshly-washed, towel-dried hair. Now, take a dime-sized ­dollop of pomade and work it well through your hair to secure the style. Mark out a neat side-parting and smoothen the style out with your palms.

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Side partings, as seen on Ryan Gosling, Canadian actor-musician
The slick and tidy side-part is seriously in vogue for men at the moment. The key is to keep the sides tidy, while leaving enough up top to play around with. Comb your freshly-washed, towel-dried hair. Now, take a dime-sized ­dollop of pomade and work it well through your hair to secure the style. Mark out a neat side-parting and smoothen the style out with your palms

 

 

 

 

 

 

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