About The Importance of Men's Hair Styles
Hairstyles are important for men. Whether you are a businessman or a punk rocker, your hairstyle can
say everything and change your life in different ways. That's why it's important to have a hairstyle that
uniquely expresses who you are.
1. There are many types of hairstyles for men nowadays, including buzz cuts, Emo hairstyles,
Caesar cuts, pompadours, quiffs, comb-overs, Afros, dreadlocks, cornrows, mohawks, mullets,
razor cuts, Liberty spikes, flat-tops, crew uts and long hair. There is really no limit to the ways
that men can style their hair these days.
2. For men, there are many stigmas attached to certain hairstyles. For example, in many social
situations, long hair is frowned upon. Other hairstyles that are often frowned upon include
mohawks, mullets, Emo hairstyles (usually longish and covering the eyes), dreadlocks and
pompadours. It is also often socially discouraged for men to dye their hair certain colors, such
as punk rock shades of pink, red, purple, green, orange and blue.
3. Men should consider what kind of hairstyle would work appropriately for their workplaces or
school environments. Depending upon your occupation, certain hairstyles are more acceptable
than others. For example, if you are a man working at a bank, a bright pink mohawk isn't
perhaps the best hairstyle decision. However, if you are a punk rock bassist in a band, that
hairstyle is 100 percent appropriate.
4. Before you go to the hair salon to get your hair styled or cut in a certain way, it's a good idea to
do some research in either a hairstyle book or on an Internet website. There are countless styles
out there that you can consider. If you are looking in a book on hairstyles and you find
something you like, say an Emo hairstyle, it's a good idea to make a color copy of that picture
and bring it to your barber so he can emulate it.
5. Interesting hairstyles for men have existed for thousands of years. In Egyptian history,
noblemen used to clip their hair close to their heads and then don heavy black, curly-locked
wigs. Their faces would then be smoothly shaved and then covered with fake beards that were
very stiff. Although this doesn't sound very practical for men today, it was a very popular style
for Egyptian men back then.
By Lars Tramilton