Bilingual Time has ①trawled the oceans of info on men's hair fashion, trying to find out what's in. We found the answer-Everything! That's right; gone are the days when men all followed one or two styles. For the twenty-first century guy everything and anything is cool. That's good news for you lazy types who couldn't ②give a hoot about rug care. Well, not quite. Actually, the trend today tends to be more about finding a style that suits your facial features and shape than just taking the latest movie stars' style and sticking it on your own dome. Nonetheless, there are still some no-nos...
Stick to moderate sideburns that come down to the middle point of your ear. Longer sideburns make your face more narrow and vice-versa.
Long hair is cool. Tying it back in a ponytail is not.
Mullets are definitely not a good idea.
Emphasizing your natural colour is okay, but changing the hue of your hair is not. Resist the temptation for blue, green and purple.
The following is a simple guideline to what kinds of hairstyles are hip.
Short, neat, tidy cuts are the big thing with male celebrities these days. Minimum fuss is an attractive feature of taking the short route. How short? It doesn't matter. Even crew cuts are acceptable. If you don't like it that short, try that 1950's type do that is achieved by brushing the front part back and then letting it lean over to one side. This will require gel to keep it in place.
If you want to wear your hair medium length then you should have it cut in a way that's slightly longer at the back and more controlled on top or just an even length throughout. Medium length hair allows for some creative looks such as the messy 'just out of bed look' and the quasi-mohawk. Note the word 'quasi'. This does not mean a 1980's style Mohawk. By all means, if you want an 80's style mohawk, go for it! But forget about a career on Wall Street. A quasi-mohawk is made by adding pomade to emphasize the hair in the middle of your head so that it sticks up more than the rest of your hair. But there shouldn't be too much of a difference between this so-called mohawk and the rest of your hair.
Like it long? Then, wear it long! But long hair for men should be lean and look sheared. It's best to let it hang straight down and not have the thickness and volume that women seek. That means using a feather scissors to thin it. Remember, the longer your hair is, the longer you have to spend maintaining it.