Posted by admin 12 August 2019
by Dr. Diana Rangaves, PharmD, RPh
Are you looking for the latest on-trend men’s haircut or style? Maybe it’s time to update your look, but you don’t know where to start. This guide will help you figure out what the best look and style is for you. These are absolutely the best cuts and styles for men to get right now.
Natural looking hairstyles that are styled but with a light hold using a matte finished pomade are all the rage right now. You can easily style using a blow dryer to add in some extra flow or over-the-top volume.
There are more options now than ever before for both long and short men’s haircuts and styles. Stay on trend with fresh, cool options when you mix and match features, hair length, parts, and tapered or faded cuts.
A messy undercut has very short shaved sides and longer textured hair on top. It’s the 2019 version of that classic grunge look and it works perfectly with thick hair. You can keep the textured look unruly or use your hands to make it a little more polished. The best part is that this is a look, which takes no time at all to achieve.
A deep side part hairstyle for men is quickly becoming the go to look for men who want trend, but don’t have the time or energy to do a lot of styling work. The key is to get a product that has just a bit of shine to give it that just styled look. Work a small amount of your favorite pomade into damp hair and comb in place. It couldn’t get any easier than that.
If you work in a professional environment where a thick textured look is frowned upon, you can still stay on trend with a modern slick back haircut. This proves that the classic slick backed look never goes out of style. The modern approach leaves the hair on top more modern looking for a relaxed finish and skips the shiny pomade.
The Tom Baxter haircut is super popular for men of all ages recently. That’s because it looks good on just about everyone. The Baxter features a very high fade and a lot of messy texture on top. Men of all ages can rock this look because it’s flattering on all facial styles and types of hair.
If you’re ready for a progressive and edgy style, you might think about a high-low fade with a long fringe. This look incorporates a pristine surgical line and the result is a layered, textured look that is sure to turn heads. A bald fade smooths into a part with a lot of messy hair on top. Be warned – this isn’t for the faint at heart. It’s a bold look!