If you write the term ‘stylish haircuts for men’ you will find plenty of results for it as it has become the hottest searches of all time. By checking the latest trends for mens’ fashion, we are in a clear position to judge that men of the modern times are becoming more curious and concerned to groom their looks than women. Long time ago, the fashion industry had a lot of charm so it is now, but the trends that would emerge that time would only be related to womens’ fashion which was somewhat weird. However, it’s not a fact that men of the old times didn’t pull off latest haircuts or hairstyles- considering the cut of Elvis and several others celebrities who did set new trends to inspire those who had not have any fashion sense. Now if you compare the men of today’s world with that of the past times, you will be amazed to see how fast and straight they have become- they are not focusing more on their hairstyles (which is good) and they are talking more about improving the personal style by wearing trendy clothes (It’s the way they always should be). Moreover, they are now even getting their body inked (which is not new though but was somewhat limited to the men of hippie culture only). Tattoos are now considered an important part of the fashion- an element that adds to the beauty of masculine figure.
Now let’s get back to the subject and analyze as what best haircuts for men in 2014 are and what one should pick for their hair before getting a cut done by a barber. If your barber is talented enough like Sweeney Todd (Johny Depp’s movie) he might have plenty of ideas on haircuts and he may pick the best one himself, one that is perfect for your facial features, face type and structure, complexion and above face overall personally. For instance, Leonard DiCaprio, one of the most famous male movie star, wears brushed back layers which are straight. He sweeps his long layers neatly to the back of the head whilst keeps side-hair shaved or undercut or sometimes chopped as he has got a round face. His face is broad so he needs to pull of a haircut or hairstyle that can go well with his face shape, if you have seen the Great Gatsby, you might have noticed that his haircut was kept sleek throughout the movie, there were no shags no choppy hair except for the brushed back bangs on the front. The purpose of telling all this here is that a cut that suits your face is the only cut you need to have.
There are many haircuts for men in 2014- the information is plenty to be found on the internet as well as at barber’s saloon, however, there are some cuts that you might not have seen or have got a chance to get across to. These mens’ haircuts are traditional and known for years though but their texture is bit different from what you have seen.
Caesar Cut with uniqueness: Caesar is a good hairstyle for any face that’s round and broad, but you know you don’t always need to cut your front hair shorter to get the perfect look. Let your front hair be cut in shorter or longer length depending on the face shape and let your side hair be trimmed down a bit, as it’s the only way to make front cut prominent and visible.
long Shag with bangs: Did you know that men do wear shag cuts and there are thousands of images to prove that. Some might not believe it though it is true yet. Shags cuts are either choppy, asymmetrical, defined, refined or toned in their patterns depending on individuals’ choice.
Western Shags with fringe: I am not a big fan of Western movies but maybe it’s a kind of genre that has a strong culture within itself. Whilst men of the modern times are told to keep their hair short and beautiful, there are some men belonging to Western Culture who never get their bangs cut shorter, however, they get them trimmed from time to time as a part of regular maintenance. If you are a kind of modern fellow, having a big heart like Johny Depp that you might want to wear Western inspired shags and crew cut. To some, these kinds of cuts are wild and barbaric for their pattern and overall finish, but the true to tell is these styles are genuinely classy, let’s forget about the culture that originated them and see them as more like modern cuts.
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