Sexiest Mens Hairstyles
Finding the perfect hairstyle can feel like an impossible task when you look at the variety of styles that today’s celebrities wear. Instead of getting distracted by obscure styles that only look good on certain people, you should focus on these five sexiest hairstyles for men. With the right men’s haircut, you will look your best.
The Undercut has been popular for more than a century. More recently, it’s been seen on celebrities like David Beckham and Brad Pitt. The Undercut leaves a few inches on the top of the head but shaves down the sides. As long as you have attractive ears, you can probably pull off this men’s haircut.
Since the Undercut leaves fairly long hair on top of the head, you should use a product like HCO1 Texture Liniment to hold the style in place. Otherwise, the hair will flop around and look messy.
The Classic Pompadour
If you admire the style of Bruno Mars, then consider getting a Classic Pompadour. Interestingly, the Pompadour gets its name from Madame de Pompadour, a mistress of King Louis XV. That’s right. Women used to wear this style.
The Classic Pompadour became a popular men’s haircut during the early rock ‘n roll era. The big sweep of hair that goes up and over the head makes this style a bit excessive, which is exactly what you want when you’re confident in your hair’s attractiveness.
Get a jar of HCO1 Pomade before you commit to the Classic Pompadour. You’ll need a resilient product to maintainthe perfect shape.
The Crew Cut
The Crew Cut has a clean look that’s suitable for young professionals and single men. This men’s haircut does an excellent job of mixing professionalism with a bit of a boyish mop.
When done well, a Crew Cut can look good on pretty much any man. Talk to your stylist at Barber Surgeons Guild to determine which products you will need to own this classic look. Just a touch of HCO1 Texture Liniment can go a long way when you only have a couple of inches of hair on your head.
The Classic Quiff
Elvis made the Classic Quiff one of the most popular men’s haircuts of the 1950s and ‘60s. The style has enough hair on top to give it a wild, rebellious aesthetic that certain women go crazyfor. Since you have to comb the sides back to get the look right, you’ll need pomade or wax. Other than that, it’s a simple style to keep. After all, it’s supposed to look a little bit messy.
The Classic Quiff didn’t disappear with Elvis. You can still see versions of it today on men like model David Gandy. George Clooney even rocked a Classic Quiff in his younger years.
The Side Part
The Side Part has become one of the most popular hairstyles for men over 40thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio and Jon Hamm’s “Mad Men” character Don Draper. Some men use it to cover thinning hair, but you can still wear it proudly with a full head of hair.
The Side Part has fairly short sides and a longer top. The top gets brushed to the left or right, often creating a striking part. The Side Part doesn’t require a lot of daily styling, although you’ll want to get a regular trim to keep it looking tight.
Once you find the right men’s haircut for you, you can rely on it for years to come. Eventually, though, you’ll want to explore new styles. That’s why it helps to have a relationship with your stylist. When the day to make a change comes, your stylist will already have a few ideas that fit your head and style.