Hairstyles for men in the 1920s were influenced by a number of factors. These hairstyles varied in length, and there were styles for a variety of textures.Continue Reading
The military cut, or buzz cut, originated in the 1920s because of World War I. The hair was cut close to the head for low maintenance, and men of various ethnic groups wore the style. Men with longer hair often wore their tresses slicked back to show off their facial features. For this hairstyle, the top of the hair was kept longer than the sides and back to create a style that was neat and slightly edgy. Hair was often parted on one side and slicked back using gel or pomade as well.
Ocean waves hairstyles were quite common in the 1920s as well, especially among African-American men. A tonic was used to mold the hair into the shape of waves that framed the face after the hair was parted in the middle.
Younger men and little boys also wore a variation of the slick-back hairstyle, in that their hair was long on top and tapered in the back and on the sides. However, no hair products were used to maintain these styles when they were worn by youths, in most cases.Learn more about Hairstyles
As of 2015, the most popular men's hairstyles include the undercut, the fade, the side part, the pompadour, and short back and sides. Two other popular styles are the man bun and the top knot.Full Answer >
Some modern hairstyles for men are updated versions of old fashioned styles, such as the pompadour. Many modern hairstyles combine fades with disconnected and shaved sections.Full Answer >
Some good hairstyles for men over 40 include an all-over buzz cut, a sleekly cut Caesar cut parted on one side and hair that is noticeably longer on the top than on the sides. These styles look distinguished on men with a touch of gray, according to the website MensXP.com.Full Answer >
Some examples of Indian hairstyles include buns, plaits, braids, loose waves, curls, up-dos and half-up half-down styles. Each can be customized to fit the wearer's tastes and outfits.Full Answer >