By Evonne Lopez. Hairstyles For Men. Published at Sunday, April 14th, 2019 - 14:01:47 PM.
High Fade with Hard Part and Quiff – To get the quiff, you will need at least 3 inches of hair on top of your head. The sides will then be buzzed into a taper fade – how short is up to you. Guys have the option of a high, low, mid, or skin fade. For an extreme look, a very short clipper setting will create a lot of contrast, while those wanting a classic look can choose a gentler taper.
Fortunately for the majority men, hair that hits the mid-point in thickness as well as length is the ideal scenario. Around 80 per cent have medium-weight hair, and growing this is the perfect way to enhance its natural texture. Whether yours is straight, curly or afro, the type of medium-length hairstyle you go for will be dependent on factors such as your overall style, face shape and hair type.
With a few extra touches, this look will be great on anyone. With the length of the top, one could mess with the look until they find something that fits them best. This short hairstyle for men is one of the most flexible options available, and if you want to express yourself and tell people a story with your hair, this is the hairstyle to go for.
Rounding up our collection of stylish office hairstyles, the butch cut is a solid option for any working man. It’s a shorter style, but it provides a clean, uniform look that’s right at home in the office. The butch cut is ideal for guys who don’t have the time to style their hair. And if you like a cut that’s not super short or super long, the butch cut also works for you.
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