If you can't keep up with the times, your hairstyle might quickly become outdated.
A handy graphic such as the one below will ensure that doesn't happen. Our friends at Hairstyleonpoint created it to illustrate the prevailing trendy haircuts — and what separates one from another.
Whether the long-haired man bun or the close-cropped style of the fade, one of these six hairstyles are sure to fit any man's personality.
The simplest way to describe the hairstyle would be short sides and long top. The beauty of the undercut is both the simplicity and the amount of variation it has. No matter what hair type you have, be it straight or curly, there exists an undercut style for you
This new hairstyle is challenging stereotypes everywhere, the Man Bun is when hair is pulled back from the forehead and tied up just in the center of your head, and there can be some hair left out if that is what you desire
The fade haircut is one that is usually accompanied on haircuts that are shorter in length, but we are now seeing longer hair on top with a fade come into men's hairstyle trends.
Classic Men's Cuts
The classic side part is a style your grandpa probably at one point in his life. It's a very conservative and clean haircut that features a slick and tight hold on every strand of hair on your head. This is a great business professional hairstyle
The pompadour is generally characterixed by tightly held-down sides with a large volume on the top that gradually recedes as you move towards the back. The sides are usually slicked-back, tapered, or faded. The pomp(middle section) is crafted to have volume and forwardness. In a way, it should appear confident and have flow. The part(s) is optional. You can see examples of the two below
Short Back and Sides
With short back and sides and a long layer on top, this hairstyle sweeps over the head, and gradually tapers to a tip at the front. It's an ideal choice for men who want to add a touch of uniqueness to their style