Are you bored with your current hairstyle? Looking for a change? We’ve got you covered!
A new haircut or hairstyle doesn’t only change how you look, it also gives you a much-deserved confidence boost. Whether you prefer short, medium or long hair, a touch of professional hair styling will make you stand out amongst the crowd. To help you on this journey, here are 5 Redken hairstyles for men that we highly recommend.
1. Curly Quiff with a Skin Fade
Curly hair can be tricky to manage, but there’s a way you can avoid the extra hassle. Lucky for you, undercuts are all the rage right now. When getting a haircut, instruct your stylist to keep the hair on the sides and back short and fade up to three inches on top. Style it by using a holding gel and working the product on your hair. Make sure to scrunch your curls until they are perfectly bouncy.
2. Look Cool and Laidback with a Textured Man Bun
Got long hair but you’re afraid that you can’t pull off a man bun? You no longer have to be! Try out a textured man bun to add an extra edge to your look. Work some product into your hair and brush it with your fingers to add some texture. Once done, hold your hair with one hand and use your other hand to twist the hair and roll it into a bun. Tie your hair securely, and you’re good to go. An easy hairstyle for all you busybodies out there!
3. Long Hair with Layers
Man buns are not everyone’s cup of tea, and we totally understand your hesitance. Keep it simple and classy for your long hair by getting a layered cut. This will give your hair some volume and bring some life back into it. Take it up a notch by using a styling product and working it on your hair using a twisting motion with your fingers. Your textured, voluminous hair will have everyone’s eyes on you.
4. Short Crop Hair with a Taper Fade
A French crop hairstyle is perfect for those with thick hair and who want to grow their hair long cleanly. For this haircut, your stylist will give you a taper fade that goes all the way up to your temples. Top it off with blow-drying your hair backward to forward and towards your face. Add a styling product to ensure that your hair stays in place and doesn’t get messy throughout the day.
5. Hard Part Comb Over With a Tight Fade
If you love experimenting with your hair, this hairstyle’s for you. For this look, your hair will be long on one and short on the other. So, decide which side you prefer and let your stylist know. The hairstylist will proceed to cut your hair short and into a tight fade. To finish it off, use a comb and work wax pomade through slightly damp hair. With this haircut, you won’t have to worry about taking too much time styling your hair on a daily basis. Simply comb it over to one side!