This year, men hairstyles have reached new heights among other things. Let’s take a look back at the coolest 5 hairstyles of 2016. Although, hairstyles trends come and go quickly, but there are many well-groomed gents have tried many great hair types with styles, products, colors and cuts more than ever before, including beards, undercut, slick styles, fades and more.
The Line Up
This year, the line up is more popular than ever. It’s a simple hairstyle that can be styled with a straight and closest line-up hair clipper at home. Just like what it sounds like, you can shave your temples, forehead and back into shape lines and clean out other areas to define these lines crisply and sharply.
A Undercut hairstyle comes with a bowl cut and of a top part. Both the hair on the sides and back of the head are shaved. The most frequently seen Undercut is the hair on the top part is trimmed with scissors, which range from 2 inches to 6 inches. To take it to the next level, you can apply a wet and matte pomade for Jake Gyllenhaal’s Undercut hairstyle which is a cool wash-and-go style.
It’s hard to stand out at London Fashion Week. But take a look at Slash, and Brad Pitt, they all have proper long hair. However, for most men, if you would like wearing your hair longer, you have to do it right. There are so many factors you should consider, such as your hair type, straight and fine or thick and wavy? daily basis, etc.
Slick Hair with a Beard
During the first month of 2016, the Slick Hair rocked. The hair is styled in a backwards direction starting from the forehead hairline, and a full beard or five o’clock shadow goatee is a cool addition to this hair type. Take a look at Justin Timberlake‘s hair and pay attention to the direction and pattern of the hair on the top.
The Combover Fade
Comb over fade hairstyles are getting more attention among men in 2016, which are typically short and the hairs on top are longest in length. There are many types of Combover Fade hairstyles, include High Top Fade, Temple Fade, Caesar Fade, etc.