Top Hair Styles for men in 2016 are below
10. Brush cut
Hair in the back and the sides of the head is cut short while the top is cut to two inches. The hair on top is then combed up so that it can be gently brushed backwards to resemble elegant lines of a brush stroke. A bit of hair gel and blow drying may be necessary for people with tougher hair.
This is a short or medium haircut where the hair on top of the head is standing straight up and has been cut to create flat plateau of hair. The squarish appearance is achieved by brushing the sides of the head backwards. It was popular in 60`s and was used by President Kennedy before fading out of popularity but it has recently made a comeback.
8. Ivy League.
It is also known as a Harvard Clip and it`s perfect for a sophisticated gentleman. It is a mild variation of a crew cut with the only difference being it leaves enough hair at the top of the head to be parted. It is neat and low maintenance and a favorite for celebs like Matt Damon and Channing Tatum.
7. Businessman cut.
This is very popular with young professionals who want a conservative but elegant look. The hair on the sides and back is cut with a slight taper while hair at the top is allowed to grow long enough to part slightly and comb to the side. The cut is popular with celebs like George Clooney and Ryan Gosling.
6. Caesar cut.
This is a semi-short haircut modelled after the emperor himself and it is popular with men trying to cover up a receding hairline. All hair is at an equal level of between 1-2 inches with the sides and top brushed forward to create short bangs at the front. It was quite familiar with Eminem in his early years.
Fade has been a popular style for many years and it just keeps on getting more popular. It is the ultimate tight taper in which the sides and back are gradually shorter when approaching the edges. The hair on top is usually short or medium and can be neatly cut or even slightly messy to create a rebel look.
4. Butch cut.
This cut is most familiar with the military personnel and alpha male personalities. It is a no hustle cut that requires little maintenance and you can even do it for yourself. Like a shorter version of a crew cut all you need to do is set Clippers to a guard number of 3-5 to ensure an even hair cut not exceeding a quarter inch.
This cut is often used to represent villains in popular culture. Hair in the back and sides is buzzed uniformly short with no melding to the top. The hair on top grows long and is parted to the one hand. There are several types of undercuts such as layered, disconnected, puffy and classic with each being a slight variation of the same design. David Beckham is known to use it frequently.
2. Whitewall cut.
This is a tapered cut in which the extreme sides and back achieve complete baldness and hence the name `whitewall`. This cut is popular with athletes and military personnel who like a neat but low maintenance haircut that does not threaten their line of sight. Whitewall can be merged with other types of tapered cuts that shave the sides like the undercut or flattop.
1. Mullet cut.
This style isn’t for everyone; it is popular with music stars and soccer players trying to stand out. Hair is short or medium in the sides and back while very long in the back. David Bowie was known to love this look and Kieffer Sutherland also used it in the early 2000`s.