Asian Guy’s Hairstyles

When we started to discussing about the Asian guy hairstyles, it’s no limit about it. For starts, you can see all fashion that comes up from Korean and Japanese boyband. Short to long hair was ended nice, unique and cool on them! If you have a plan to wear these hairstyle on you, then you need to find which is the best Asian hairstyle for you. No worries, Below are some ideas and pictures of Asian guys hairstyles that you can select!

Here’s the ideas!

Shag Haircut

The shag haircut was a global phenomenon in the 1960s and in 2009 was still a common style in the U.S., the U.K. and in Asia. Korean versions of the shag cut involve longer hair in the front, shorter on the sides and then longer again in the back. The shag style grows out well and does not require frequent cuts. It is stylish yet acceptable in office environments.

Faux Hawk

Get your side hair cut into short crops and keep the crown hair longer. The longer the crown hair, the taller the faux hawk will be. You can also cut the crown hair a bit choppy for more textured look. Then use an extra hold gel, and style your hair upwards and frontwards.

Spiked Haircuts

If you live a little more on the edge and want to glam up your style, try some short spikes. The thickness of most Korean males’ hair lends itself well to short, spiked haircuts. This messy, rebellious look is worn by a lot of youths, but a man of any age can pull it off. With a spiked Mohawk you can really push the envelope and draw some attention.

Long Shaggy Hairstyles

Long shaggy hairstyles are probably the easiest to maintain, as long hair tends to look shaggy naturally. This look should probably be avoided with long, straight hair, as straight hair can have the tendency to look too polished. Wavy hair is the best. If you do not have wavy or curly hair, use a curling iron to curl the ends of the hair and then use your fingers to break up the curls. The best products for use in long shaggy hair are light hold hairsprays and mousse.

Choppy Hairstyles

To get that choppy, Asian look, a professional stylist will create shorter layers around the sides & front of the head and nape of the neck. The hair will be longest on top and in front, where it can be gently swept over the forehead and around the face.

Layered Color

Layered coloring is a common technique to accent the naturally flat texture of Asian guy hair. Instead of a colored highlight, which draws attention to the topmost layers, double-sided coloring emphasizes the deeper layers underneath. The thickness and firmness of Asian hair naturally creates layers that flow around each other; double-sided coloring allows each layer to complement the others. Typically, two colors are chosen to create a shimmer effect as the layers pass over one another.

Shaved Hairstyles

A more masculine look can be achieved with the use of a razor. Some men from Korea shave the sides of their head to create a mohawk. Others shave the whole head except the front bangs. The side burns can also be trimmed short to show more of the face rather than hide it behind hair that is too long.

Here’s the pictures of Asian guys hairstyles!

The Asian guys hairstyles needs to offer a little versatility. A lot of guys look for something that they can gel for a night out while it is something they can comb into resembling a traditional hair cut for business. Some guys can pull off that messy look at the office, but it has to be something that is complimentary to the face and the clothes, not just a style that you might like. For every hairstyles that you choose of course you need to considering your face shape first. Even with these Asian hairstyle, usually this hairstyle suit for oval to round faces shape. Or you can ask your hairstylist to get the best results.
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