By Rive Castel. Hairstyles For Men. Published at Wednesday, May 29th, 2019 - 03:48:21 AM.
Textured Style – A textured style with various lengths throughout creates a slimming silhouette for thick hair. This style works best for those with thicker hair and compliments round, square, or oval face shapes. It leaves many options for styling.
High and Tight – Inspired by the styles popular during the 1920’s, this style has made a comeback. With short edges and about an inch and half on top, this hair style is best for straight hair. It’s trendy yet masculine, making it a popular choice with many.
The style made popular by Elvis during the 1960s has enjoyed a massive resurgence in recent years, with variations ranging from the classic to tapered. If texture is the ultimate aim, a tousled top – capable of being worn up as a loose quiff or down with a fringe – is an razor-sharp choice. Just be prepared to meet an avalanche of hair products every time you open your bathroom cabinet.
Push Up – This classic look is much like the other two, but with a more flexible, thicker top. Instead of being buzzed or trimmed short, the top is allowed to grow out and become longer, while the sides are buzzed down almost completely. This look is a lot like the Angular Fringe, only the top of the hair is much longer.
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