Once considered only popular with rock deities, surfers and skateboarders, the community long-haired men continue to rapidly gain importance members thanks to the integration of businessman, actors and models. From the shoulder scratch styles to manes that fall past the shoulder blades, the true virtue of long hair is its adaptability. Whether pulled back, worn with texture, or dramatically split, long hair can be styled-for most formal occasions, or become disheveled and completely disheveled for the day-to-day. Long-haired gentlemen looking for inspiration, look no further.
1. The oil spray Back
Seen last at NYFW for John Elliott, the hair is combed back without a serious moment. For the guys with medium-length curls, the slicked back look is so easy to achieve, so it’s polite. A more undoubted alternative to a bun or bangs, the slick-back also works with a tailored suit, as is the case with street wear. For fine hair, a high-gloss look is optimal and can be achieved by raking your fingers through the clean hair with a medium-hold wet-look gel. Guys with curly or textured hair can also rock this look by sweeping the front section of hair with pomade or mousse for greater hold. Curls can be left largely intact or broken, something for a more worn-feel.
2. The ponytail
For those who are in-between days-or for people at work, a pony is an easy and quick way to style more hair. Pulling hair back with a drop of serum to ensure maximum shine, you can either preserve the natural part or pull the hair back directly for a slightly more stressed stimulus. Tying the tie over double or triple for hold and comfort, the world really is your oyster in terms of smoothness for that look. Finish the look of feeling too restrictive or heavy, allow a few strands near the front to fall, face or be hidden behind the ears.
3. The textured waves
This down-and-out style is all about texture and dimension. Popularized by Harry Styles, the look features a deconstructed pompadour and waves of medium texture and density. This look is wearable to almost any face shape but is best suited for those with some natural movement and a layered cut. To multiply, apply a styling mousse to clean damp hair, knead generously and either allow to air dry or dry with a diffuser directing the front part of the hair backwards. Then, once the hairs are almost completely dry, remove the front area and gently comb back before using a flexible hairspray. With a playboy appeal and youthful vitality, that’s the hair of heart palpitations.
4. The man Bun
A modern classic, the bun is not everywhere. As versatile as it is currently, the buns are universally flattering and can be changed and customized depending on the face shape. Comb the hair back with your fingers and secure it with a tie, so you have some tips to stick it out for a relaxed appeal. The length of your hair will determine how high or low you can carry your bun, but for the best-practice goal for just below the crown of your head curling some hair at the nape of the neck for free.
While the guys with the given bone structures are able to wear the look as smooth as you want, for the most part, a loose bun is the most flattering. For an artfully messy man bun, slide the end of a comb under the top to loosen up sections of the hair around the face slightly. A wax or a holding spray can be used to control fly-aways and excessive fallout, and for extra texture, near the crown use a texturizing spray liberally on the roots. Best unfolded to the day two or three after washing your hair, the man who bun is weekend-casual, tidy and chic.
5. The Parted
Often looking connected with short hair on the men, a sharp part is incredibly impressive on a longer mane. Center of farewell is best left to the very symmetrical and those with straight hair. To make an arrow straight part, take a fine comb to get freshly washed hair and draw a sharp line from the middle of the hairline, which runs right in front of running your fingers through the ends with a drop of serum. An option for guys with softer, ever-increasing features and structure of hair is a blurry side part. Guided by either natural cowlick or preference, sweep the larger section of hair on one side and exercise to stay in place by stuffing it behind your ear. Additional hold, use a dry texturing spray on the roots, and define the part near the face with a loose hold wax – ultimately, however, this is a style that is best worn with a little exercise, so careful. Bring a touch of maturity to distinguish more strands, the split appearance is one of the male.
6. The half-bis
The drama of loose hair fills the simplicity of a human bun. With chin and neck completely visible, you are scoring serious points with the ladies, and keeping the hair off your face – a win / win situation. A mainstay of the long-haired man and recently back on the map of Chris Hemsworth in his turn, as Thor, when worn out with more strands of this look is striking. For the half-up, pull the top third of the hair back into a tie and loop it into a knot, allowing some movement through, not securing it too tight. Most androgynous with day old hair, keeping the look devil-may-care by working some dry shampoo into the roots and spritzing ends up with water or sea salt spray.