4 Ideas for Men’s Haircuts

The right haircut can improve a man's appearance, give him more confidence, and even help him professionally. Don't let yourself fall into a haircut rut instead of taking advantage of the full potential of your hair. Here are four ideas that can help you choose your new men's haircut:

1. Grow out your hair.

If you've had short hair all your life, you may want to try something new. Long hair can be a great fashion statement on men. You may think that growing out your hair is as simple as staying out of the barber's chair, but even long hair needs maintenance as it grows. Letting your hair grow out untrimmed can lead to an unfortunate mullet. If you decide to grow out your hair, visit a hair salon once every six weeks. A hairdresser can shape your hair as it grows to keep it looking flattering at every length until it reaches your ideal length.

2. Try a trendy hairstyle.

If you want to look modern and hip, it doesn't hurt to follow the trends. Many trendy haircuts are popular for a reason. These haircuts are often flattering to a wide range of facial shapes and body types. If you don't know which haircuts for men are in style, you can get an idea from current fashion magazines or your hairdresser. Save any pictures you find inspiring and bring them to your hairdresser. These pictures will help them give you the right haircut. Your hairdresser will also be able to give you styling tips. Most men's haircuts need gel, mousse, or other products to reach their full potential.

3. Start fresh.

If you haven't been taking good care of your hair, it may be damaged. Using harsh shampoo, towel drying your hair vigorously, and spending a lot of time in the sun can lead to split ends and other forms of hair damage. If your hair is damaged, it won't look its best. In these situations, the best thing to do is start over. Your hairdresser can use an electric hair clipper to cut your hair close to your scalp. The close-cropped look can be very flattering, and when your hair grows back out, you can take care of it to make sure it stays healthy.

4. Neaten up.

If your hair is shaggy and unkempt, you may not be sending off the right professional vibes. Unruly hair can hold you back at work. You can clean up your look by having your hairdresser give you a short, professional haircut that will fit in well at any office.