360 Wave Style
If you have thick hair and want to show it off, the 360-wave style showcases the texture of your hair and creates an iconic look that pairs well with a fade or undercut.
The mullet is an iconic retro style that remains fashionable today. It works best for men with textured hair and can be paired beautifully with a high skin fade and beard for a striking new look.
Pompadour with Bald Fade
Are you channeling Harvey Spectre, or do you want to stand out? This style is for you! Combining the traditional pompadour with soccer-inspired styling adds character. A bald fade and side part can add distinction and works well for men with thick locks.
Men with slightly wavy hair can showcase their natural flow and movement with a textured quiff. Enhancing it with an expert comb-over and higher shine pomade can elevate this classic hairstyle for both formal and casual occasions.
Modern Taper Fade
For a rugged look, the modern taper fade is increasingly popular. It creates a stylish contrast between short sides and a longer top, making it eye-catching for men with thicker locks or clean beards.
High Pompadour with Matching Bald Fade
This show-stopping look is bold and sure to get noticed. Spend time styling a high pompadour with a matching bald fade to exude confidence and personality.
Slicked-Back Locks with Disconnected Undercut
Men with longer hair can go for the slicked-back locks style. Pair it with a shaved undercut for a modern yet traditional look.
Effortless and sought-after, the Caesar Cut is a famous men’s haircut. Brush your hair to one side and use matte-textured products for a natural appearance.
This updated version of the early 2000s mullet adds some messiness and length. It works best for wavy or curly hair and can be completed with a trim beard or soft mustache.
Long Hair with Beard
Men can look dapper with colorful hair. Try a metallic silver look for a bold, dark aesthetic without fully committing to all-over coloring. Pink hair can also be masculine when combined with a beard or mustache, especially with an unconventional undercut style.
Pompadour with Disconnected Undercut
Add modernity to a classic pompadour by incorporating a disconnected undercut. This style is excellent for keeping the sides short while adding length on top and can work for various haircuts like quiffs or messy textures.