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5 STYLISH HAIRSTYLES FOR MEN

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Suppose you are very choosy about your clothes,  you choose your footwear very carefully, you have a knack of collecting cool watches and sunglasses, but you will just have one thing for cherry on the top. You can guess it, a perfect haircut is the missing piece for you. Here are the five hairstyles that are worth a try.

Undercut

When it comes to on-trend hairstyles, the undercut haircut is one the coolest you may find. One of the biggest pros of the cut is it can be applied for curly, straight or wavy hair types. The other great thing about the undercut is that there are so many varieties of it. As such, it’s easy to find the right option for your style needs.

In recent years, this particular hairstyle has become more popular.This cut is set to continue its reign while being paired with a variety of looks on top, including pompadours, quiffs, and styles with fringe. One thing about undercuts is they bring the ears to the foreground while the hair on top stays long. That’s a plus if you got nicely shaped ear

Disconnected undercut

Defined by its long top and short sides, disconnected undercut forgoes fade and gradual changes in length and opts for bold contrast instead. Originally adopted by the military men in the 20th century, the disconnected undercut hasn’t lost its tough edge and old-world charm. The cut involves keeping long hair on the top and suddenly transiting to shorter hair at a particular point, which makes the portion of the head on the top disconnected with both sides. It is because of the absence of the smooth transition from long to short hair the name is given .These days, however, the style is more innovative than ever and can easily be adapted to suit your personal style..

Side part The ‘USP’ of side part haircut is it’s simplicity. If you’re looking for an easy to style haircut for men, try a side part. The comb over fade practically styles itself. Taper haircuts for medium length hair also requires styling at the sides but it’s still simple. It’s classic and low-maintenance hairstyle is versatile and timeless; it suits anyone and is a great way to style your hair. The side part takes many forms and flatters all textures and lengths. Whether your style is smart, trendy or ready for rock, there is a cut that will look great on you. On top, go matte for a classic look, shiny for a retro finish or add lots of height and texture to be on point. For something different, add some defined waves or even a side quiff.

Pompadour

Here goes another classic haircut that has evolved greatly in modern time. Its dimensions are simple, but its impact is incredibly vivid. Be it a tall style with Elvis-esque proportions or a subtle and sleek take on this trend; the pompadour can come in many stylish forms. The pomp haircut features short hair on the back and sides with long hair on top. What makes the pompadour unique is the large volume of hair in the front (the “pomp”) that gradually recedes towards the back of the head.

While the classic style typically has long sides that are slicked back, the modern pompadour falls under the “short sides, long top” style by coupling the signature look on top with some sort of tapered fade on the sides (skin, low, mid, or high fade). The modern look is also sometimes known as the fade pompadour.

Hard part comb over with a tight fade

The hard part haircut, also known as a shaved part or line in haircut, is an expansion of the side part hairstyle trend. The hard part is a shaved line in the scalp that provides definition and contrast for an edgy look. Between a hard part fade and an undercut with a shaved line on the side, hard part styles work with any number of different cuts.

Unlike other haircuts, it is not recommended to do a hard part at home. Cutting a hard part requires a sharp razor and the ability to cut a straight line all the way down to the scalp. One false move and you may be forced to buzz all your hair off. Instead, we highly recommend you ask your barber to cut a hard part into your hair.

Most guys choose to combine a line in their hair with a fade or undercut on the sides. The hard part fade has been a stylish trend in barbershops for years, especially as part of modern short sides, long top haircuts that need contrast to accentuate the styling. 

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