Popular and Sophisticated Male Haircuts! what’s that mean? yep,it means…Â about haircuts that extremely chosen by men in all over da world. Most of men tend to wear a short hair, or at least the simple one. Easy to manage, Non Fuss, and versatile haircuts are became the most favorite. However, men always choose their haircut that depends on their personality.
There are several Popular and Sophisticated Male Haircuts that really works for men that want to get masculine, classic, or trendy look. To achieve those look you need considering some haircuts below, that might you fancy to wear it :
How to Achive?
- To achieve best results, it’s helpful to start with a clean, dry head of hair — hair that has product in it or hair that is flat due to sleeping or wearing a hat will be more difficult to cut evenly. It will also be helpful to have a hand mirror or a swing arm vanity mirror (this will allow you to keep both hands free). If using a swing arm mirror, mount the mirror on a wall that runs perpendicular to the vanity mirror. This will allow you to stand between the two mirrors and see the back of your head. Having both hands free is a big plus.
- Buzz the Top. Place the #3 (3/8″) attachment on the clipper. Holding the clipper guard flat against your forehead, begin cutting from front to back. Move the clipper slowly back down the middle of the head past the crown. Repeat in strips until the entire top is clipped down (cut everything to just past the point where the head rounds into the sides). You may need to go over it a few times to get it all even — making a few passes from side-to-side may also help. Pay extra attention to the crown. Since the hair grows in a circular pattern at the crown, you’ll need to buzz from all directions to get it all cut.
- Buzz the Sides. Replace the attachment on the clipper with a #2 (1/4″). Keeping the clipper guard flat against the head, start at the sideburn and clip up the head to just past the start of buzzed down top section. Run the clipper in a straight line up past the part where the head begins to round at the top (the clipper will leave the head here) to provide a smooth blend between the sides and the top. If you see any lines between the two sections, rocking the clipper outward in a scooping motion will help you get a good blend. Repeat in strips on both sides until complete and go over any missed spots.
- Buzz the Back. Stand between the vanity mirror and your hand mirror (or swing arm mirror). For best results, your back should be facing the vanity mirror while you look into the hand mirror). This will allow you to see the entire back. Keeping the #2 on the clipper, with the clipper guard flat against the head, start buzzing from the bottom of the neck all the way up the head until just past the clipped part on top. Like the sides, continue up the head in a straight line allowing the round of the head near the top to provide a natural blend. Repeat in strips until the entire back is cut.
- Taper the Edges. Using the #1 (1/8″) attachment, taper in the edges. To do this, start at the sideburn and clip up to the top of the ear, rocking the clipper out in a scooping motion. This will blend into the #2 length section. Continue over the ear (it will be helpful to bend the ear over flat with your other hand to make room and allow you to see what you’re doing) on each side. Once the sides are complete, turn around and do the same to the back, running the clipper up the back of the head and rocking it out at about ear level. The shortest part of the back will go up to meet the shortest part of the sides.
- Detail the Cut. Using your trimmer, you’ll now trim your sideburns and shave your neck by creating a line and shaving everything underneath. This will give your cut a polished look. Holding your trimmer with the teeth of the blade pointing at your skin (the blade is parallel to the floor with the bottom of the blade facing up) will allow you to cut a clean line. Holding the trimmer with the bottom of the blade flat against your skin (with the teeth facing up) will allow you to shave everything underneath the line you created. Follow the natural hairline as closely as possible.
- Clean Up. Once you’ve finished the cut, inspect your entire head carefully for any missed spots or uneven places. Go back over anything that looks out of place. Be sure to pay close attention to the back and crown area as these are often the areas most guys miss. Sweep up, shower, and enjoy your new buzz.
How to achive?
The hair is cut to around 1/8″ all over the head and is ideal for the man who wants a low-care style, especially those with very coarse, difficult hair. The cut will work for most men, except very round faces.
Medium Layer Cut
A contemporary verson of the medium Layer Cut. Hair is cut medium short all over the head. A razor can be used to add texture. The look is best finished with a wax or pomade to add additional texture. In the example above additional volume is created at the sides for a contemporary effect.
How to achive standard Crewcut? made contemporary with long, anglular sideburns and a vibrant red color. The hair is cut using clippers to a uniform length all over the head (the blade used is #2 sides and #3 1/2 top).
The hair is cut to the skin on the sides and back while a center strip is left long front the front to the nape of the neck. These haircut can be worn longer for a more aggressive look.
In the faux hawk, the hair is scissor-cut to a short length (as opposed to being shaved completely) and a longer strip of hair down the center of the head is left. Also, where a traditional Mohawk uses sharp lines in the style, the Faux Hawk is textured to blend the distinction between the two lengths of hair.
Most use a straight razor rather than scissors to give layers to hair for a shag haircut. Cutting with a razor is a less precise method of cutting hair, and, in this way, the hair is prevented from being all one length at the ends. Shag haircuts are a bit longer than most, and since the idea is for the hair to look somewhat sloppy and unkempt, a shag haircut does not have to be re-cut for months at a time.
In the Caesar hair style, the hair on the top of the head is layered to around a length of 1 to 2 inches, with the front combed forward into short bangs. The back and sides are tapered. The haircut can be slightly gelled, depending on the preference of the wearer.
The cut should involve tapering the sides and leaving a good bit of hair on top (at least 3 inches). The styling involves a generous amount of styling gel or pomade. First, apply the gel. Then comb the hair back while also pushing slightly forward near the front to get lift. Finish it off by combing lightly in the back to blend it in and combing back the sides.
In the flat top, the hair on the sides and back are usually cut in a short taper, and the hair on the top is cut to stand up so that it gives a flat appearance. There are a number of possible length variations with the flat top, though the longer the hair on the top, the more likely you will need some sort of styling product (called butch wax) to get it to stand up straight.
to achieve this hair style,Â trim your hairÂ down to stubble with clippers. Then apply a shaving gel and work it into your scalp. Using a sharp razor, start shaving hair that is the thinnest first and thenÂ move to areas with more coarse hair such as the back of your head.
And here are some celebrity that would be your another idea for The Most Popular Male Haircuts :
Andy Samberg Haircut:
This is a good option for someone with wavy hair who wants a longer look. The hair is cut with shears in uniform layers all over the head. A bit of pomade or shine tonic adds shine and separation. This is a great “shake and go” style.
Chace Crawford Haircut:
Find a good stylist you trust to achieve the look you are going for. It is always a good idea to take a picture of what you want so that you are sure to get the right idea of what you want across to them. Chace’s hair is left a little on the long side with long side-swept bangs and is textured with a razor. Using a styling product such as a gel, put a little in your hand and apply to your hair from the roots to the tips. Blow-dry the hair forward towards the face while using your fingers to give the hair some body. Finish off the style with a little hair spray that will hold it in place
Justin beiber Haircut:
To start the haircut, begin with freshly-washed hair and comb the hair down around the head to lie straight. Begin by making the perimeter cut â€“ starting at the forehead and working from side to side to create curved lines that frame the face and brush along the bottoms of the earlobes. The cut line continues at the nape area in a gentle curve to continue the smooth outline and give a terminus for the interior layers. The nape lengths should be long enough to lie down along the neck and leave some room for the texturing stage to come.
Anderson Cooper Haircut:
This is a classic Ivy League in which the hair is cut to conform to the shape of the head, short at the crown and gradually getting longer towards the front. This cut is excellent for a guy who is looking for an easy, no fuss style and looks great with Anderson Cooper’s “grey” hair.
Johnny Depp Haircut:
For Johnny Deppâ€™s style cut, start with a long layered silhouette with off centered part, tapered sideburns and neckline stylishly over the collar. Add long face framing love locks through the top for a seductive look. This artsy look is best suited for straight or slightly wavy hair and slender face shapes like Johnnyâ€™s. With a few adjustments (trims) as it grows you can easily find the ideal length and shape for your style.
Chris Evan Haircut:
This cut is a contemporary variation of the Ivy League. The hair is cut to conform to the shape of the head with a bit more length in the front. The front spike is created by applying a wax or pomade and combing the top up and then smoothing it back down, leaving the front section standing up.
From long to short, contemporary to trendy, these male stars have you covered. Often male stars in music, movies, sports, and television give us good inspiration for finding a new haircut. For Popular and Sophisticated Male Haircuts above would be your choice for your daily life. All of them are really simple, easy to manage and trendy. Trendy men’s hair often starts in Hollywood and makes its way around to the rest of us, so take a look around this men’s hairstyle gallery and find a style that suits you. Then the next you must to do before you get a new haircut is ;
- Know how to spot a bad haircut. Two of the haircuts below are bad, one is flawless. Here’s what’s wrong. 1) In the first photo, there is a visible line between the clipper section and the section that was cut with shears and the neckline is blocked crooked and too high. Blending is poor and the cut looks uneven. 2) In the middle photo, there is a highly visible line in the side of the haircut. A properly blended haircut will never have visible lines of demarcation. Here’s what’s right. In the third photo, there are no visible lines of demarcation, the neckline is expertly tapered and the finishing lines behind and around the ears are clean. After your next haircut, go home and look in the mirror. If you see visible lines, bad blending, or sloppy finishing (blocking, trimming around ears), find a new barber!
- Your barber’s not a mind reader. Have a clear idea of what you want and communicate clearly to your barber. You can communicate more clearly if you know the terms. Scroll down for a list of common barber terms.
- Barbers are paid to make you look good. If your barber makes a suggestion, give it a try. You may walk out with the best haircut of your life. If you don’t like the cut, don’t worry…. it’ll always grow back!