When it comes to trying out new trends in the hair department, men usually tend to take the road most travelled a.k.a the safer side. So when there’s a trend that’s managed to go viral, it’s news for sure. Here’s a lowdown of the hairstyle trends that created quite a stir all over the world.
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The Side Part

The Side Part

An all-time favourite amongst the famous celebs of Tinseltown from George Clooney to Justin Timberlake—the side part hairstyle is a classic that adds an easy air of sophistication to just about any look.

Best worn with: A shirt and a blazer.

 

The Slicked Back

The Slicked Back

You’re probably thinking of Al Pacino in The Godfather—we don’t blame you, so are we. But over the years, the slicked back hairstyle has turned out to be quite the saviour for bad hair days when all you need is a comb and a really good hair gel to get you through the day.

Best worn with: A suit.

 

The Undercut

The Undercut

The hairstyle most associated with the pop culture—from Justin Bieber to Adam Levine, every swagger boy in town has given this hairdo a go at least once. With the plenty variations meant to suit different hair lengths—from classic to layered to side swept—no wonder it’s so popular.

Best worn with: A T-shirt.

 

The Top Knot Fade

The Top Knot Fade

The fade hairstyle probably originated from the undercut wherein the side hair is trimmed to create an ombre effect. The knotted version of it is best suited for boys with long hair who can bun it, braid it and style it however they like.

Best worn with: A plaid shirt.

 

The Pompadour Hairstyle

The Pompadour Hairstyle

One of the sexiest hairstyles on the block and guess who pulls it off best? David Beckham! Taking inspiration from the 50s rockabilly, this casual swept back look is great at adding some volume and texture to your hair.

Best worn with: A slouched tee.

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