By Raissa Fischer. Hairstyles For Men. Published at Saturday, May 25th, 2019 - 16:56:35 PM.
Back in the 50s, maybe, everyone striped to have the same things and even look the same as their neighbors, but those days are long gone. Now we are open to so many different styles, and there are many options short haircuts to give a man his own identity and style. Choosing the perfect short haircut may not be the easiest decision for a man to make, but it can definitely be fun for anyone to pick out a new, great short haircut.
Men can choose from short haircuts that are softer and more tapered, or that are sharper and more bold, like a razor ed style. The choice is simply up to an individual man and what he is looking for in terms of style and comfort. Short haircuts can evoke a fun, wild image, or a modern, conservative aura.
Short haircuts for men may not leave much hair, but there is certainly room for style and creativity. Regardless of what an individual man chooses, there are many available choices, and the right stylist or barber can even give you a great short haircut that takes years off! Who doesn’t want to look younger at some point in his life? A clean, tailored short haircut is perfect for any place and any time, be it the office, the sports game, or the weekend. With a little bit of time and consideration in choosing the right hairstyle, you’ll be happy with the results.
It doesn’t matter what texture or color your hair is, there are always good-looking short haircuts for men out there. Check out the following list for more examples of short haircuts for men.
The Caesar Cut
Though it may seem like an old-fashioned haircut, many men still pull off the Caesar cut these days. It’s a somewhat short cut, with the hair layered to roughly one or two inches around the head. Once the barber or stylist cuts the hair, the hair is brushed forward over the forehead, with thin or thick bangs that give it an interesting look.
The College Cut (Ivy League)
Considered an Ivy League cut in the past, the college cut is often found among young college students, hence, its name. The college cut is cut very short in the back and lengthens slowly until the very front, where the bangs are left about three inches long. The bangs themselves are worn straight, parted down the middle, or brushed over to the side.
Cornrows are small braids that are made very close and tight to the scalp and cover the whole head. Stylists divide sections of hair and make small braids to create a straight, uniform look. Cornrows usually take a long time to perfect, and it is a typical hairstyle in ethnic groups.
The fade combines a few different styles to form its own perfect haircut. It begins with very short and tapered hair across the bottom and back of the head, with the hair getting longer and thicker at the top, sometimes to as much as two or three inches. The hair is cut in layers and the fade creates a neat and clean flow through the different lengths of hair. It’s a clean-cut, professional look.
The Flat Top
Most popular among young men, the flat top creates a flat look of hair across the top of the head, and it can be cut and styled to allow the top of the head to be various lengths that then create the flat top. Usually the hair in front is shorter, getting longer gradually toward the back to keep the flat look across the head.
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