Even the most meticulously sloppy haircut styles need to stand up properly and ideally with the least possible effort. A casually messy hairstyle is the perfect option, whether you’re heading out for drinks after work or for a romantic date. Whichever your hair type is curly, straight, wavy, thick, or thin hair, be sure to find a laidback style here. Here are the best messy hairstyles for men to get inspiration.
Messy Crop Top
If you’re looking for a timeless, simple yet refined hairstyle, opt for a messy French crop top. All you need is to leave the hair on top long to medium in length and then try a crop top fade. To create a rugged, sexy look, give it a tousle with a few styling products, such as a shine pomade, wax, or clay. Starting at the roots, apply a small amount of pomade through your locks, messing them up as you go.
A messy swept-back hairstyle can be a fresh take on a retro style. It’s a sleek look that adds a grunge vibe to your whole appearance. Comb all your hair back and create a small pomp or quiff for an everyday look. Or, if you prefer an edgy, slick back messy style, opt for an undercut or undercut fade on the sides. In terms of styling, use a matte hair product like clay, cream, or lightweight wax to add some height, movement and flow.
Messy spiky hair has become very popular over the last few years. They add a fun, sexy, effortless cool vibe to those who want to make a bold appearance. Short spiky hair is a great choice to save time when you don’t have much time for styling. If you want to cover any bald spots or have thin hair, this is the hairstyle you should go for. You can ask for a messy and textured on-top hairstyle with a taper fade or undercut on the sides. When styling a messy spiky hairstyle, apply a strong pomade or a matte wax to reassure that your hair will stay in place all day.
Modern and trendy, a fringe haircut can be the perfect choice for guys with curly, wavy, or medium-length hair. With a textured fringe on top, you can enhance your facial features and look extremely hot. Leave your hair in the front to grow about 2 to 3 inches in length. Then experiment with a fade on the sides and with an angular, messy, or textured fringe on top. A matte or low-shine pomade will help you get the texture and give a naturally messy look.
HOW TO SYLE MESSY HAIR
Once you decide on the messy hairstyle that best flatters your face shape and features, it’s important to keep it that way. It’s better to start styling after shampooing your hair and wiping gently with a towel. Take a small amount of good-quality pomade or wax and rub it between your hands to warm it. Apply the product evenly through your hair and run your fingers to mess it up. Ultimately, you’ll need to tousle and move your hair to one side until you get the desired messy look.
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