The Latest Trends in Men's HairstylesExecutive Summary By Michael Barrows
Today's men's hair style can be either long and textured or super short and tight and still be considered trendy and at the height of fashion. Some men's hair styles require gel, mousse or pomade while others don't even need to be combed. While the man's hairstyle is less rigid than it was in the 80s and requires a lot less goo to accomplish, the modern man hair cut is still best served by a little styling. Here are just a few of the latest trends in men's hair styles and how to style them:
Super short man's hair style. High and Tight, Fade, Spike, Clipper Cut and Crew Cut are just a few of the names given to the short male hair cut. Medium length, textured men's hair style. Today's styles for men have a lot of texture and the same is true for medium-length styles (about 3 to 4 inches). To achieve this style pomade usually works best. Work product through dry hair and finger into place.
Long man's hair style. Perhaps the most recognizable example that I can give of this men's hair style is Ashton Kutcher. Long, textured and disheveled, this man hair cut is gaining widespread popularity. Again, this man's hair cut requires a lot of texture and works best with pomade.
A Guide To Balding Men's HairstylesExecutive Summary By Campbell Forsyth
It's unbelievable how difficult it is to find any decent information on the internet about balding men's hairstyles.
So... faced with this injustice I've put together my own guide to balding men's hairstyles...
It's a fact that 95% of all balding or bald men suffer from male pattern baldness. Over time, this thinning turns into a full fledged bald spot, and the bald spot grows to cover the head, apart from the sides and around the back.
The worst balding men's hairstyle is the comb over. Younger men with thinning hair might be tempted to use gel... but this isn't recommended. Gel clumps your hair together and reveals the scalp.
Likewise, growing your hair long in an attempt to cover up actually causes hair to separate and show more scalp.
If your hairline isn't receding too badly, but the top of your head is thinning, you can get away with keeping the front long and combing your hair straight back to cover the bald spot.
Eventually however, your bald spot will expand.
This gives you a closer, smoother shave than shaving cream.
Taking care of your new shaved head is much like taking care of your face.