7 Tips for His Perfect Haircut ...


A perfect haircut for men exists outside magazines and red carpet events, ladies and gents, and the only thing standing between your man and that amazing Hollywood look are a few simple styling tips!

And whether you’re a female hoping to help her significant other in his search for a perfect haircut for men or a male who happened to stumble upon our little hair universe by chance – you’ll definitely want to take a peek at the following hairstyling tips for men:

1. Choose a Style That Works for You

Hollywood celebrities can pull off that artfully tousled look women lust after but make no mistake about it – it’s their team of stylists that deserves the praise!2

Furthermore I bet Google-ing for Robert Pattinson paparazzi shots would reveal that the poor guy can’t always achieve that perfectly bed headed red carpet look on his own!

What I’m trying to say is this – there is no such thing as a universally perfect haircut for men!

It’s all about what you like and can see yourself wearing on a day to day basis!

And although a change of style is very needed at times, you should never opt for a style that isn’t “you” or will require more time then you're willing to spend caring for it.

2. Make It Wearable

Let’s presume you’re a huge Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire) fan and that you love Braavosi characters and the writer’s vision of Braavos so much that you almost feel half-Braavosi yourself.

Would that make you dye your hair half red, half blue and start styling it using hair glue?

Of course not!

Your style needs to match your personality and styling preferences first, but you mustn't forget about your profession either!2

Corporate folks just don’t go around looking like they couldn’t care less about their environment or appearance – do they?

You can, however, get the best of both worlds by applying a simple yet very popular hairstyling tip for men – ask your stylist to leave the hair at the top of your head a bit longer so you can experiment with different styles to wear both in and out of the office.

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