To explore a few more the Mohawk hairstyles for men, read on. Different Mohawk Hairstyles For Men Short Mohawk Hairstyles Mohawk hairstyle has almost achieved a cult status among the punk rockers and celebs alike and needless to say, looks outrageously stylish. For guys who wish to flaunt a Mohawk with panache without wanting to look exceedingly dramatic, the short and spiky Mohawk is the best bet. Some of the much loved short Mohawks are the short cropped razor style, the traditionally spiked Mohawk with a twist and not to forget, the braided Mohawk. Just trim the sides barring a strip of hair, almost 3-4 inches long in the center and then spike, twist and braid it as you like. Black Mohawk Hairstyles The Afro-American have forever been uninhibited in their style and have iconed some of the most eyebrow raising hairstyles through history. Dreadhawk and frohawk are the two chic Mohawk hairstyles for black men. These styles are tailored for thick and wavy crops, and are very conspicuous and bold. One of the most exciting features of this hairstyle is that, unlike the traditional Mohawk, these hairstyles demand two or three strips of hair on the crown. Other interesting options for Afro-American guys are spiky punk Mohawk, subtly spiked twisted Mohawks, faux Mohawks and more.
Monday, April 28, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Faux Hawk Hairstyles This Mohawk hairstyle has almost gained an iconic status, thanks to the likes of David Beckham, Colin Ferrel and Christiano Ronaldo, who have flamboyantly flaunted this style with panache. Slightly rebelliously but extremely stylish, faux Mohawk is easy to style and doesn't need extensive cropping. Just style the longer strip of hair at the center into a fan and style it with mousse or styling gel. For a funkier look, you can texturize the strip or experiment with stand-up spikes, tousled look or just messy pointed spikes. Fanned Hawk Hairstyles If are the kind of person who hate to downplay fashion, fanned Mohawk is indeed your cut. One of the most eye-popping Mohawk styles that makes for an inimitable style statement, fanned hawks are a little difficult to style, but is indeed worth all the effort. For this, you first need to shave both sides of your head, saving a two inch strip on the center. That unshaven strip should be allowed to grow out as long as possible.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Watching the runways can be a good indicator of new trends for the coming year. It seems that spiky hairstyles for men will once again be a popular choice for 2011. There has been a flare for the messy and overgrown look over the past year which have be seen chosen by some of the top male celebrities. It now seems like having a sharper cut will return to the red carpet. This hair style has some great advantages which make it a good choice for the average man too. Finer hair does not require as much product to be used as thicker types of hair. If you do not feel comfortable using gels then waxes can achieve a softer looking style. If you do not know your hair type or want a recommendation you can ask your stylist during your appointment. Styling from wet will help to create the best looking styles. Run the gel or wax through your hair and work your fingers to create defined shapes and pointed ends. Once it has dried, you can choose to use a spray for further hold. This might be needed to help the lasting effect from day to night time. Try not to touch your hair as this can leave a residue on your fingers. It will also ruin your styling and make it unlikely to hold through the day.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Business executives, artists, students, professors among other professionals spot dreadlock hairstyles for men. Dreadlocks are not only a fashion statement for the Rastafarian's but also for many other people who are not Rastafarian's. Rastafarian's use dreadlocks as a sign of identity, for fashion purposes and as a religious sign. Rastafarian believe that cutting hair will weaken them so they keep dreads. This belief has roots in the Biblical story of Samson. Samson was weakened when his hair was cut. Whether one is a Rastafarian or not or whether one comes from Jamaica or not it is totally legal to have dreadlocks. Dreadlocks will enhance the image of any man. Some styles of dreadlocks will in fact give one a top notch fashion image. There are different styles of dreadlocks. The different styles of dreadlocks have different lengths and widths. One of the most popular dread lock styles is the Lenny Kravitz style named after famous musician Lenny Kravitz. This style is appropriate for those who have thick hair which is curly. In this style, one has to grow his hair, back, sides and front to reach the same length. The hair should then be worn in thick braid lifestyle. The Jack Sparrow dreadlocks are also another popular style with most men. This style draws inspiration from the famous pirate Character, Captain Jack Sparrow. The character of Captain Sparrow was done in the movie pirates of the Caribbean by Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp in this movie spots a very stylish dread lock style. This style is the Jack Sparrow style.
Friday, April 4, 2014
So now that you have decided to get bangs, we would like to tell you the obvious ways for men to wear bangs. Simply put, you should just let them fall down naturally. A little warning: this is not always the best look, especially for those men that have curly hair. Using some gel or strong mousse would be a great way to get those bangs worked. Guys, you will be surprised at how bangs can make you look. They can take a guy from being ordinary to being extraordinary. The Business Man cut: The Business Man cut is another short haircut that many men enjoy because it is low maintenance but also very conservative and formal looking. While there a variety of ways in which this look can be altered, the gist is that the hair is parted on the side and tapered in the back and on the sides. Talking of hairstyle, perhaps the most stylish and easiest hairstyle for men is to let it flow free! You can also use some gel or moisturizer to avoid your hair being frizzy. However, too much moisture tends to make your hair look greasy. For men, smooth and simply combed hair also gives an easy and stylish look. The short clipped curly hair, especially if your curls happen to be the tight variety, is yet another popular curly hairstyle you can consider - and the look of it can be fantastic, making men with curly hair lucky in that they can acquire a fantastic hairstyle simply by clipping their hair short. Of course, it is essential not to confuse clipping with cropping; meaning that in clipping your hair short to acquire this look, you have to ensure that you are still left with hair of 'combable' length.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
This year hairstyles for men are all about keeping it simple if you are going short or having a messy hair look if you want to go longer. If you are opting for a short hairstyle for men then make sure it goes with the shape of your face and this style is very easy to maintain afterward. Long hairs are no more restricted to the fashion for women. It has gradually become an all time popular trend for men's hairstyle fashion. Carefully structured hairs with messy bangs and strategic layers look just amazing. It is best suited for men with square, rectangle, and oblong facial structure. While not at its most popular anymore, some men are still able to get away with spiking their bangs straight up over their hairline. It works for casual gatherings and even at the office when done neatly. Another very popular look works with loner bangs. Guys who style their bangs by parting them to the side have a dramatic and sometimes even sensual look to them. Another popular way to wear bangs is in a "faux hawk." The faux hawk is where the hair is forced up in the center of the scalp including the bangs, but the rest of the head doesn't need t be shaved.