The top 12 men’s hairstyles to copy
With inspiration from our favourite celebs
By Iantha Yu
Beauty Crew Beauty Editor / May 26 2017
Think a men’s haircut is as simple as choosing between having long or short hair? Think again - a slew of male celebrities of late have proven that the hottest styles are everything in between. Continue reading to discover the best men’s hairstyles we’ve seen on the red carpet so far this year.
Liam takes the cake with his hairstyle, as it’s the perfect balance between casual and polished, and certainly doesn’t look over the top.
Brad Pitt’s hair has always been well-suited to his age, and this style is no different - his latest hairstyle is shorter on the sides and slightly longer at the top for a polished look.
James’s style is an absolute classic for those who don’t want a super short cut, and works especially well for naturally wavy hair.
Longer styles are still making waves on the red carpet. Copy Kit’s hairstyle by asking for a length that’s in between your jawline and chin, and use a styling paste to slick it back.
Chris’s low-maintenance hairstyle is one that’s super easy to achieve at home with a set of clippers, and doesn’t require any styling.
Look as polished as Jason with a style that’s shorter at the sides but long enough to style up top with a side part set with hair clay.
Got bold brows? Try Dave Franco’s short hairstyle to let that feature be the focus of your face.
If you’re a fan of facial hair, complement it with medium length hair on your head. Just muss it up with a tiny dollop of paste to create texture.
Texture seems to be the key trend with men’s hair on the red carpet this year. Ask your hairdresser to give you lots of layers, especially at the top of your head.
Nobody pulls off the slicked-back look like Leonardo. Try this style if you have medium hair and go for a gel with a shiny finish to hold all your strands in place.
Mimic a thick head of hair with a haircut that’s about an inch long like Channing’s, and try a small dollop of mattifying clay from root to tip to boost texture.