Hairstyles for men with long hair
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Hairstyles for men with long hair

We're here to help you find the perfect style for your long hair.

Hairstyles for men with long hair

From Keanu Reeves to John Abraham in Dhoom, long hair has long been in fashion. After the pandemic-induced lockdowns, many men bid adieu to salons for a long time resulting in long hair. As if by default long hair has come in fashion once again.

To the men who can pull it off, long hair is stylish and adaptable, with styles ranging from shoulder-scraping to manes reaching the lower back. Long hair can be styled for any occasion, whether it's pulled back, textured, or dramatically parted.

With so many options for wearing your hair, it can be challenging to choose just one. Fortunately, we're here to help you find the perfect style for your long hair. Check these out-


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A friendly wave in the hair won't hurt anyone. To obtain this hairstyle, you need not live near an ocean. Grow your hair out to around chin length, and then have your stylist add in some light layers to create some volume and rhythm to your hair. This is the most convenient and easy hairstyle a man can make within seconds. A little dab on the wet hair, put some hair spray to lock those stylish waves, and your hairstyle is ready in no time.

Curly bob

Have you not heard? Curls are universally attractive. If you have curls, show them off in this style. Tell your hairstylist to add deep layers to your bob to give it structure. Keep in mind that you want it to be voluminous, not poofy. Also, invest in the correct curly hair products to keep your curls nourished and defined rather than an unkempt mess.


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The longer your mane(hair on the neck) is, the more styling options you have, including updos. Buns, ponytails, and topknots for men are functional and fashionable. Choose a half-up, half-down style if your hair falls about your jawline. If your hair is longer, go ahead and carefully pull it all back. Make careful to use a soft hair tie rather than an elastic band, which might cause hair stress.


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You can change up your hairstyle with long braids depending on your mood. If you're looking for a trendy cut with a lot of substance, the classic braid trend with longer hair is ideal because the plaits are low maintenance and have a stunning appearance. You can braid your hair along the top and sides of your head and wrap the remaining strands into a thick bun if you want to try something bolder.

The bulk of the bun contrasts perfectly with the sleek, basic design of the plaits, creating a striking contrast. A ponytail is just as practical as a man bun, and because it is loose, it may be worn in a fashionably casual manner.

Man Bun

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A man bun can never go out of trend; it's always a classic hairstyle for men with long hair. They are versatile and easy to wear for guys. Anyone who hair more than 6 inches of hair can easily pull off the bun within 5 minutes or less. This hairstyle is simple and easy to style; it suits a range of face shapes and hairstyles. You can select between a loose, messy bun and a tight, sleek bun for different environments.

Bun (Half-Up, Half-Down)

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In his portrayal as Thor, Chris Hemsworth epitomises the half-up, half-down man bun style. He has a man bun or little Ponytail that raises part of this style upwards, while the stands are loose and drop-down. This trend is bold and edgy in many ways because it's challenging to get right, and you have to be confident even if you nail it the first time. On the other hand, it's trendy because it combines the laid-back aspect of long hair with the low-maintenance appeal of pulling your hair up.