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MEN’S HAIRSTYLE : 7 Cool Trends of 2016

This year you can take your strands to a new level of men’s hair style with seven different trendy cuts. You can get a variety of look with all these. Get the cut and let us know how you felt of this hair styling.

Pompadour Haircut

The Pompadour hairstyle was originally named after Madame de Pompadour, the mistress of King Louis XV. Though it was primarily a Female haircut, but our Rock God Elvis Presley made it go crazy for young hearts.

Pompadour comes in various styles that are easy to adapt and effortless to maintain. Celebrities, students, youngsters all are getting inspired with this trending style with tall longer hair on top, short sides, fades, hard parts, or other cool hair designs. A professional can come up with fresh ideas with Pompadour if they add a little color and measured cuts. Hair experts can also experiment with undercuts when it is Pompadour.

Mohawk Haircut

Mohawk is a tribal haircut of Iroquoian-speaking residents of North America. North American tribal people shave off all their hair before war just leaving a narrow strip down the middle of the scalp from the forehead to the nape. Some believe the cut as a representation of rebellion, but the millennials embrace Mohawk as a style statement of the era.

Induction Haircut

Induction is a clipped haircut without any guards for the hair. This haircut comes under military haircuts that have been used by military folks since decades. Some other cut of this group includes – Burr Cut, Butch Cut, Regulation Cut,Fade, High and Tight, High and Tight Recon and Crew Cut. All these cuts were popular since First World War and now is a super hit trend of Summer mainly for the tropical and equatorial regions.

Caesar Haircut

Caesar cut – the haircut with a square front and a short horizontally cut fringe, is a common cut, but the name is not very familiar. As it is a short haircut, it flatters a variety of hair types and is, of course, a low maintenance style for anyone.

It goes well with any first timers and you can experiment the style with its modified forms like – Textured Caesar with Closely Cut Sides, Short and Traditional Caesar Cut, Straight and Faded Caesar.

You can also ask your stylist to experiment the cuts with coloring the fringe or can go for a nice undercut. Another modified version of Caesar Cut is making the hairline rounded, which practically devoid of any fringe and so can be maintained comfortably.

Spiky Short Haircut With Faded Temples

Short hairstyle is the traditional look for any men. And this look is updated by the faded temples that blend smoothly with the short haircut. This trend is also inspired from the military cut, but the fade adds flavor to the cut. An edgy, spunky looks make the look gorgeous. Spiky looks is also a popular trend among females of this era. Spiky hair is even best for salt and pepper hair, as it is super stylish and easy to maintain.

Mushroom Haircut

Mushroom Cut is a good choice if you want to keep your hair short and simple. With the mushroom cut, you have to carry rounded volumes of hair at the top with short graduated neck and the sides with the sweeping bangs. However, Mushroom cut can also be combined with an undercut, with fringes at the front.

Emo Haircut

Emo hairstyle is for those who prefer little longer strands. To get the Emo hairstyle, you must keep your strands really long. Emo is a term derived from the word emotion that belongs to a blend of punk rock and an alternative music genre. Emo hairstyle lives and breathes with a flat iron – yes! Your hair must be a straightened one to get the style. Straighten hair with sharp razor ends symbolize a perfect Emo Look. If you love Emo Look, never forget the blend of color. The right touch of color can add live to your Emo Look.

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