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How to Style Long Hair for Men

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Written by Tomas Braun

Are you interested in knowing how to style long hair for men? There are many different styles you can try, depending on the look you are trying to achieve. There is also a lot of information that you can find about styling your hair as well. If you have never tried it before, there are many styles to try and you do not need a professional to do it for you. Let’s take a look at some of the best ways to style long hair for men.

One of the most common long hairstyles for men is the ponytail. Ponytails are easy to do, especially when you do it at home. You just need to start by pulling your hair up into a high ponytail and tying it into a secure ponytail with a scarf or ponytail band. Once you pull your hair up into a ponytail, use a wide tooth comb to take out the corners. Then take one of your wide tooth combs and start to section off the sections you removed using the comb.

Two of the most popular types of long hair types for men are the crew cut and the slicked back. Both of these hairstyles are easy to do. All you have to do is take a razor and go to town with it. For crew cuts, you should always start by cutting the length between your neck and shoulder. This will make your head look longer and also make it look slimmer.

Another quick and easy way to create long hair looks is to curl your hair into a low bun. To do this, you simply need to wet your hair and then use a large tooth comb to take out all of the tangles. After that, pull your hair up into a low bun and then take a section at the front to let loose.

Make sure that when you do this that you keep your scalp from getting pulled into it. If you want to add a bit more volume to it, then you can add some water-based styling product on both sides of your head and then scrunch the rest of your hair up.

The next thing you need to do is add a little volume to your hair by scrunching some water-based styling product on the back of your head and then working it upwards towards the crown. When you are trying to achieve the best texture results, you need to be very careful with the way that you use your brush. If your brush gets hung up in your hair, you are not going to get the texture you were hoping for.

For best results, make sure you use a wide tooth comb. This will ensure that the brush doesn’t get stuck in your hair, which will cause a lank and unruly texture.

When you are looking for a way to style long hair for men that is not only flattering, but also helps to enhance your face shape, you should remember that the style depends a lot on the length. If you have long hair but have a round face, you will want to keep your bangs off of your forehead to prevent them from rolling down your face. Since this style is unbalanced and looks like a pyramid when you wear it, you will want to add volume in the back of your hair to give your face some balance.

Curly hair, on the other hand, requires a different technique for the same style. You will want to use a heavier weight mousse when styling curly hair since it is more fragile than fine hair. When you are applying the mousse to your hair, you will want to start above the curls and work your way down to your scalp. You can create an edgy look with this type of style by brushing with an upward swept motion to the front and adding a little texture with a rubber brush in the back.

No matter what type of style you are looking for, long hair can be made into any look you want. You can create a romantic up-do or an edgier more casual look with the simple addition of some high quality products. For the perfect hair, always start with good products that will help give your hair moisture so that it will stay healthy.

There are plenty of haircare products out there, but you can choose one that is specially designed for your face shape and hair type. Using the proper products for your long hair will help you achieve the look you are going for.

About the author

Tomas Braun

A father of 6 and an avid tech and fashion follower. When not at home being a dad you can often find me out fell walking or testing new technology.