New Trend Black Hairstyles For Men

7 Dec
There are some traditional black hairstyles for men that never go out of style. These styles are classic looking and reflect tapered cuts that are easy to maintain and suitable for any type of clothing or event.

One particular style is the afro. In the 70s and 80s, the afro was a mass of long hair that bobbed within a man’s hip walk. Today, the afro has been shortened significantly but still reflects taste and style.

New Trend Black Hairstyles For Men-1Another style is the jheri curl. This versatile curl makes it possible to wear the hair in a tousled curly look or to gently brush the curls down into a suavy, wavy back swept pattern.

Cornrows have never really left the style choices for men of color but did wane for awhile as a viable choice because it was synonymous with troublemakers or hoodlums. Today, cornrows are back and men can be seen sporting them in various wavy patterns of long and short lengths.

New Trend Black Hairstyles For Men-2Although it is actually an absence of hair, going bald has become an increasingly popular choice for men of color. Bald does require the same maintenance, if not higher, as a short style does. The classic elegance that many women find appealing for the bald choice speaks for itself.

Other black hairstyles for men that may stay or go include intricate lines that shape words or symbols into the hair, bold colors such as blonde frosted onto a small portion of the back of the hair and asymmetrical cuts with varying lengths.

New Trend Black Hairstyles For Men-3Tapered sides compliment styles such as the hightop fade where plenty of hair height is left on top of the head. Tapering also works well for basic cuts for men and boys of color.

For the most part, black hairstyles for men are not high maintenance and do not take long to keep neat and looking good but they do require regular trips to the barber’s chair and can cost between $10 and $20 per visit.

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