So you enter a salon and ask for a trendy haircut.
You probably want something, so that you could attain the latest look but you are not quite sure. Half an hour in the store and you realise that the haircut given to you is not what you were looking for. But it’s too late to realise. Getting a hairdo of one’s choice is as important as being able to explain the same to the hairdresser of your choice. If possible carry a picture of a particular style that you were hoping to achieve, after showing him/ her the picture, be sure to explain what you want with your hair. The popularity of hairstyles keep changing, but you can always experiment.
Here’s a list of some trendy hairstyles for men which many celebrities themselves have experimented with.
Long hair has been in vogue for a couple of years in a row now, with actors and fashion models all keeping it long and fashioned. It has been seen on Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, David Beckham, Tom Cruise and a host of rockstars.
Most men, who have not worn their hair long, find the process of maintaining it a bit tedious at first. Long hair also requires the occasional visit to the barber for a slight trim.
For the more daring, Mohawks have been in fashion for a couple of years, riding on the wave of success that punk rock experienced.
However, it is not recommended for those having business appointments and those who show up at work in a suit routine. The Mohawk usually sits well on the heads of musicians, students, sportsmen, etc.
Most synonymous with George Clooney, the fringe or “bangs” have been popular for a long time. AMong the recent celebrities who have been donning the fringe are Justin Bieber and Zac Efron.
Sophisticated and classy, anyone ranging from college graduates to entrepreneurs can carry off this hairstyle.
Extremely popular on the fashion walkway, it goes well for people who maintain a clean cut image on and off the work place.
The classic hairstyle immortalised on the head of Pierce Brosnan as James Bond still continues to have women swooning over men, classy enough to sport it. This hairstyle is a layered kind with hair cut at a medium length, left longer in the centre and shorter at the edges and the front swept to the side to give a sophisticated and classy look. Whenever going for any hairstyle always make sure your sideburns are also cut at the same length as the hair on the sides of the head.
Traditionally an African hairstyle, cornrows have become one of the most sought after hairstyles after being seen on the heads of hip-hop artists, foot-ball players, and actors.
This hairstyle looks great on certain people and takes skill to achieve. It can be left on hair for weeks at a time without removing and rebraiding.
It is wise to apply oil to the scalp beforehand itself to prevent dryness.