Long Mens Hairstyles

Long Mens Hairstyles

Long Hair Hairstyles For MenAre you growing out your hair? Check out these long hair hairstyles for men for a cool clean look. Looking ahead to men’s hairstyles 2017 the trend is longer hair hairstyles, man buns, and medium length hairstyles for men. Current men’s hairstyles are much more natural looking showing off plenty of flow and movement. To get these looks use a blow dryer to add volume and use pomades with lighter to medium hold and with matte finish. Work in a small amount of your go-to pomade into damp hair, brush the hair back and use a blow dryer at the same time.
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Long Mens Hairstyles

Mens long hairstyles aren’t limited to those with straight, silky strands. Long locks work great with coarser, curlier hair, too! In fact, heads full of crazy curls can look super trendy when swept back and secured with a headband. Not only will your hair stay out of your face, but you’ll be the coolest guy on the block. A line up with long hair is a fresh take on the men’s long hair trend.
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Long Mens Hairstyles

Older men looking for hairstyles may feel limited by their options. Fortunately, there are plenty of short and long hairstyles for older men – even those with gray hair, thinning hair, or a receding hairline. For example, hairstyles for men over 50 with salt and pepper hair include side parts, brush ups, the modern comb over, …
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Long Mens Hairstyles

So we’ve shown you some classic hairstyles for men with long hair, but sometimes nothing can beat just letting your hair grow out. Long hair can really make a statement, and, as long as it’s properly taken care of, won’t look messy or unkempt. However, it’s worth keeping in mind that men’s long hairstyles can look a little blunt if they’re dead straight, and it’s best to add some texture and waves to your locks if you’re going for this style. 
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Long Mens Hairstyles

yMen’s long hairstyles have long been a symbol of a signature lifestyle. Ever popular with skateboarders and surfers, men’s long hairstyles have been creeping into mainstream media and can now be seen on professionals, actors and models. Thinking of trying out long locks? Try one of these manly styles!
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Long Mens Hairstyles

Long hair care routines include frequent washing, conditioning and usage of hydrated products to nourish and moisturize your hair, boosting its natural shine. To prevent men’s hairstyles for long hair from inclination into the feminine side, avoid using too much of styling products. A little bit of light hold gel or pomade can offer a better control, while curls often seem sexier in wet looks. Other than that, try to keep your hairstyles simple and offhand.
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Long Mens Hairstyles

Updated on 4 November 2016 Today’s focus is on long hairstyles for men. With the hipster hair and man bun trends, a lot of men are growing their hair out on top to gain extra volume, flow and movement with their styles. This collection of hairstyles is anything longer than a medium length hairstyle, so more than 3 to 4 inches in hair length. Long hair combined with a fade or undercut is the best of both worlds. Continue Reading
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Long Mens Hairstyles

For guys, long hair is usually anything more than 4 inches in length. More length means more styling options for straight and curly hair. Check out these cool, sometimes unexpected, long hairstyles for men ranging from the long slick back to the man bun and flat top to the afro. 1. Long Slick Back + Taper Fade Ruben Djirlauw This cut and styles shows how slick and sophisticated long hair for men can be. With the Continue Reading
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1 Of 9 Kurt CobainThe OG of the grunge look, Kurt Cobain had hair that served as the blueprint for Generation X. It was rocker enough without being too stringy, and just mussed enough to look grunge without descending into bird’s nest territory. This is a great style for hair that is relatively straight with maybe a hint of a wave. Just make sure that when you’re rocking on stage or trashing a hotel room, you accessorize properly with a beanie. Getty 2 Of 9 Jared LetoAlternately known as the Jesus, the ’60s hippie, or the Ronnie Van Zant, this look is killer as long as you’ve got the vibe to pull it off. Basically you need to own a classic car, know how to surf, and be able to play at least one Zeppelin song on the guitar. The beard is optional, although it really does look better with it. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 9 Kit HaringtonGuys with curly hair, fear not—you too can grow it out. The trick is to just do what Harington does here and use some product to keep it pushed back and out of your face. Bangs are not your friend when you have a lot of curl. Just keep in mind, the awkward in-between phase is going to last a bit longer for you. Getty 4 Of 9 Harry StylesR.I.P. Harry Styles’ glorious hair. Easily one of the greatest hairstyles of recent memory, this is an example of what you can do when you have a lot of wave to your hair. Basically just let it fly free. Styles has almost a James Dean pompadour thing going on up top, but then lets it all go on the sides. It’s the sort of permanent windswept ‘do that’s one half rocker, one half romance novel cover model. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 9 Eddie LacyThis is how you do dreads. Sure, you could go for the grizzled-Rastafarian-with-matted lumps vibe, but then you should probably actually be a Rastafarian. (Or at the very least be able to name one Bob Marley album besides Legend.) The better alternative is to wear your dreadlocks like Lacy does here, giving your the option of letting them flow down your shoulders or tying them up into a serious man bun. Getty 6 Of 9 River PhoenixThis is a great look for guys who want longer hair, but who don’t want to risk wandering into Fabio territory. It’s got that loose ’90s surfer/skater feel to it. Plus it’s not so long that if you had to spruce up at some point, you couldn’t just throw some product into it and comb it back. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 9 Diego BonetaA great way to wear wavy hair without committing to the full Harry Styles. The trick is to let it go a little long and wild, but not so much so that it’s sweeping across your shoulders. This is an especially good look if you happen to be a poet or a painter, or anyone, really, who starves for his art while living in a garret. Getty 8 Of 9 Dougie PoynterFor any guy kicking around the idea of growing his hair out, you certainly can’t go wrong with the classic surfer. Obviously you don’t want to go crazy on the blond highlights, but a bit of free-flowing, slightly mussed length—the kind that says the waves are just too damn good to bother with a haircut—definitely has its appeal. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 9 Jake GyllenhaalA slightly less dramatic version of the Patrick Bateman, this is a good long-ish hairstyle for guys who still need to look professional at the office—your bankers and your lawyers and whatnot. Just make sure not to slick it back too tight. You want to keep it in Gyllenhaal territory and not stray too far towards Pat Riley. Getty Next Gallery The 10 Best Wardrobe Upgrades of the Week Get your hands some fresh new gear. By Scott Christian GIF Of 9 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Group Created with Sketch. Presented by Created by Created by Esquire for From Esquire for
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1 Of 9 Kurt CobainThe OG of the grunge look, Kurt Cobain had hair that served as the blueprint for Generation X. It was rocker enough without being too stringy, and just mussed enough to look grunge without descending into bird’s nest territory. This is a great style for hair that is relatively straight with maybe a hint of a wave. Just make sure that when you’re rocking on stage or trashing a hotel room, you accessorize properly with a beanie. Getty 2 Of 9 Jared LetoAlternately known as the Jesus, the ’60s hippie, or the Ronnie Van Zant, this look is killer as long as you’ve got the vibe to pull it off. Basically you need to own a classic car, know how to surf, and be able to play at least one Zeppelin song on the guitar. The beard is optional, although it really does look better with it. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 9 Kit HaringtonGuys with curly hair, fear not—you too can grow it out. The trick is to just do what Harington does here and use some product to keep it pushed back and out of your face. Bangs are not your friend when you have a lot of curl. Just keep in mind, the awkward in-between phase is going to last a bit longer for you. Getty 4 Of 9 Harry StylesR.I.P. Harry Styles’ glorious hair. Easily one of the greatest hairstyles of recent memory, this is an example of what you can do when you have a lot of wave to your hair. Basically just let it fly free. Styles has almost a James Dean pompadour thing going on up top, but then lets it all go on the sides. It’s the sort of permanent windswept ‘do that’s one half rocker, one half romance novel cover model. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 9 Eddie LacyThis is how you do dreads. Sure, you could go for the grizzled-Rastafarian-with-matted lumps vibe, but then you should probably actually be a Rastafarian. (Or at the very least be able to name one Bob Marley album besides Legend.) The better alternative is to wear your dreadlocks like Lacy does here, giving your the option of letting them flow down your shoulders or tying them up into a serious man bun. Getty 6 Of 9 River PhoenixThis is a great look for guys who want longer hair, but who don’t want to risk wandering into Fabio territory. It’s got that loose ’90s surfer/skater feel to it. Plus it’s not so long that if you had to spruce up at some point, you couldn’t just throw some product into it and comb it back. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 9 Diego BonetaA great way to wear wavy hair without committing to the full Harry Styles. The trick is to let it go a little long and wild, but not so much so that it’s sweeping across your shoulders. This is an especially good look if you happen to be a poet or a painter, or anyone, really, who starves for his art while living in a garret. Getty 8 Of 9 Dougie PoynterFor any guy kicking around the idea of growing his hair out, you certainly can’t go wrong with the classic surfer. Obviously you don’t want to go crazy on the blond highlights, but a bit of free-flowing, slightly mussed length—the kind that says the waves are just too damn good to bother with a haircut—definitely has its appeal. GettyAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 9 Jake GyllenhaalA slightly less dramatic version of the Patrick Bateman, this is a good long-ish hairstyle for guys who still need to look professional at the office—your bankers and your lawyers and whatnot. Just make sure not to slick it back too tight. You want to keep it in Gyllenhaal territory and not stray too far towards Pat Riley. Getty Next Gallery The 10 Best Wardrobe Upgrades of the Week Get your hands some fresh new gear. By Scott Christian

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