Mens Hairstyles

Mens Hairstyles – Different Ways Men Can Wear Their Hair

Bored wearing your hair the same way? Here are some trending mens hairstyles that you can give a try this year, whether it’s for work or play.

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Comb-over hairstyle

David Beckham and Adam Levine popularised this hairdo. The comb-over is worn with short sides and a combed over centre, hence the name. You can sweep the hair sideways or backwards, as you please. Slap on some hair gel if you want to wear it in a slick classy style or try the more playful wavy comb-over hairdo if you want to dress casual. The spiky comb-over is another hairdo that is trending right now, wherein you spike the top of the hair in the classic comb-over style.

Feathered hairstyle

The feathered mens hairstyle is a nice look for you if you like to wear a laid-casual hairdo, although it can look classy too. This look works best on men with medium-length hair, so it can be styled to appear ruffled. Young stars like Rupert Grint and Zac Efron often sport the feathered hairstyle. You can wear a feathered hairstyle with side-swept hair-do to get the same look. Of course, if you’re looking to go classy with the feathered hairdo, then comb it into a slick messy style, as many stars have on the red carpet.

Buzz cut

The buzz cut is for the low-maintenance man, who does not really like spending much time styling the hair. The hairstyle is also a great way to conceal a receding hairline. Of course, you can experiment with different lengths for your buzz cut hairdo. What we’re also seeing trending is a mix of the classic buzz cut with a fade. Wear your buzz cut with low or high fades for something that’s different from your usual buzz cut and yet easy to care for.


From rugged laid back to slick office-appropriate, there are many ways that you can wear the man-bun. Celebrities like Bradley Cooper and Jake Gyllenhaal have made the man-bun famous, and many men are growing out their locks so they can sport the trending hairdo. The main idea is to wear your hair so that it is combed back from the forehead and then be secured into a bun on the centre of the head. You can wear it in a neat bun if it’s for formal occasions (we hear it looks greats with a tux), or an untidy bun with fly aways if you are looking for a more casual look.

Short fringe hairdo

Who said bangs and fringes are just for women? The short fringe can look great, if you have the face shape for it. Ideally, the fringed hairdo looks best on men with a prominent forehead and a strong jawline. The short fringe hairdo, combines the handsome bangs with short sides. This hairdo may not be a good pick if you have a small forehead, as it may hide some of the face features and make your face appear smaller.