Men’s Hairstyles for 2015

It’s no secret that men’s fashion is having a moment. Over the past few years, we’ve seen a welcome divergence from customary shapes to fresh silhouettes, interesting materials, innovative accessories and, of course, killer hair. In other words, from slicked-back head to leather-clad toe, the boys are looking good. We’ve picked some of our favorite men’s haircuts and styles for 2015 – check them out below!

1. The Disconnected Undercut

(via GQ)

The undercut – a style in which the sides and back of the head are shaved or cut, in contrast to the length of the top – was no stranger to the runway or streets in 2014, and we don’t see it going anywhere anytime soon. For a slight variation on this modern classic, try a disconnection to minimize or eliminate any length transition between the top and sides for a bolder look.

Read more about how to get the look here.

2. Tall Boy

(via GQ)

A classic cut with a modern style, this look is accessible to most men so long as they have the length, mousse, a blowdryer, and, of course, the swag. Simply work mousse through the hair, flip your head and blast with the blowdryer. Finish with product, such as wax or pomade, to tease and spray if necessary for hold.

Read more here.

3. Fringe

Boy-bangs are making a comeback (Thanks Beibs!). This look is super versatile – mess it up or smooth it down – and accessible to a number of men’s cuts with any top length. This style works best on straighter hair, but we always recommend making it your own (and don’t be afraid to use a hair dryer to smooth out your lock!). Use fingers or a comb to style hair into place. Air-dry or use a blow-dryer depending on texture, then use product (wax or pomade) to piece out or smooth down front pieces. Get creative – we promise, you look great!

(via GQ)

4. Side Part

This handsome look is perfect for any refined gentleman. Pick a side, part, comb (and/or blow-dry) into place. Finish with a boar bristle brush at the root for an extra dapper look. If you’re feeling edgy, work pomade through dry hair – either back or to the side – to create a  slicked down look.

(via GQ)


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