So our 3 weeks came... I noticed that the hairstylist was right... This time, my husband's hair looked a lot different from the previous style... Now, it has become more flattering and a lot more trendy.... It's about time!!!!
You see, not all hairstyles work for everyone... Like shoes, hair can either make or break an outfit too... And actually, hairstyle has something to do with the lifestyle and attitude of the person. Here are some tips from www.askmen.com. Remember ladies, sometimes, it takes the convincing power of a woman to make her man look gorgeous...
1. Long and Layered
A little messy, but carefully structured, the top-heavy layered cut is a great no-fuss hairdo. With your disheveled bangs and strategically layered hair at the back, your “I don’t care” look is really screaming, “I made it fashionably messy on purpose!” A complete wash-and-wear style, achieving the appearance of organized chaos in the morning should take you no time at all.
Face shape: Square, rectangle, or oblong.
What it says about him: Just like Johnny Depp, he's creative, low-maintenance kind of guy with a trendy aptitude.
Notorious as the quickest hairstyle to create, the buzz cut helps define the face and makes the jaw line appear wider. While this clean-shaven look has been synonymous with balding men and Armed Forces recruits, it has also become a popular, fashion-forward hairstyle of choice for many men. It lends a neat and tidy air of sophistication, and by judging women’s reactions to such “buzzed” men as Wentworth Miller, the look has become quite a fetish for the fairer sex.
Face shape: Oblong or round.
What it says about him: He's an organized, in-charge man, who breeds a strong aura of dominance, class and sophistication.
While trendy black men may still sport variations of the traditional afro made famous in the ‘60s and ‘70s, some are choosing to go modern with a much shorter twist to their do. As sported by Lenny Kravitz, this short (but not too short) and tidy style is the same length all around and is a great way to add some urban flair to your mane.
Face shape: Oblong
What it says about him: The contemporary man -- he likes to change with the times, but maintains an affinity and deep appreciation for vintage style.
Men with curly hair find themselves with very few hairstyle choices that will suit the natural style and texture of their tresses. But, much like the long, layered cut, the long and disheveled look is also gaining widespread popularity -- thanks to the likes of Entourage’s Adrian Grenier -- as men with curly hair are embracing their locks rather than buzzing them off. All you need is a little mousse or pomade to work in the curls, and you’re ready to face the day.
Face shape: Oblong, square or rectangle.
What it says about him: There's a calm, collected, laidback charm about him.
5. Messy and Textured
The messy and textured look can manifest itself in a variety of ways, but David Beckham
exemplifies the best way to do it. With a clean-cut, classic men’s haircut, add some extreme texture to the top in order to up the style ante. This look is achieved with a neat, organized cut at the back and a longer cut at the top -- rub some pomade through it and push the bangs to one side to get that messy, Beckham-inspired, trend-setting result.
Face shape: Square
What it says about him: Refined, elegant and fully up to date with today’s trends, but also hiding a bit of a rebellious bad boy under that fantastic hairstyle.
The faux-hawk is a classier twist to the punk-rock inspired Mohawk. The hair on top of the head is combed upward to resemble a small fan, while the hair on the sides is kept short and tidy. Many men with this style opt to incorporate highlights to their hair, but the monochromatic, “natural” look perfected by Colin Farrell is the best way to sport the hawk this year.
Face shape: Oblong, heart-shaped.
What it says about him: A modern man about town; has loads of style, tons of grace and hoards of fashion know-how.
So, were you able to find the hairstyle that suits your beau???
Photo credits: www.askmen.com