Hair trends don’t just exist for women, but men also enjoy styling their hair in certain ways. Check out the most popular hair trends for men in 2017.
Long and wavy on the top with a high fade might seem like it’s over styling for guys with straight hair, but that’s why this works best for men with curly hair. It gives the perfect balance for easy maintenance while being long enough up top to look stylish.
Lately, it seems many guys enjoy the look of a bald fade with a cool and messy texture on top. This works for guys with a beard, preferably disconnected. You’ll find that the texture on top will give your style a nice finish, but you won’t have the hassle of styling the sides. This is great for pretty much any hair texture and requires very little maintenance.
Short and messy all around still holds a high number in popularity, even in 2017. This is best for mostly thicker hair, or for anyone with a receding hairline. It is the lowest maintenance of most trends, next to the bald hairstyle. Many guys prefer this look, as most see it as “sexy” and easy, allowing them to look good and be lazy simultaneously.
Short and messy on top, a high fade, and a fringe in the front seems to be most popular amongst struggling musicians in 2017. Although it requires some maintenance, it goes best for guys with a thick beard. This style goes with any hair texture, but favors thick texture. It gives you strong features with a bold look, while also giving you something in the front to look boyish and cute.
Slick and straight comb over with a fade intensifies the subtle, yet strong features of a guy’s face. This is one of the biggest 2017 trends among suited men in the business world. Many who have expensive tastes and high class truly enjoy this look and can really pull it off. However, it does require a good bit of maintenance for those who have curly and fine hair. For thick and straight, it works very well and hides any signs of a receding hairline and hair loss.
There you have the top five trending hairstyles for men in 2017! Some new, some traditional, and some that never left. No matter which style you choose, there are still many more to try out. If you’re not big on the trends this year, try starting a new one for next year!