Hairstyles for Men that Women Love

Photo of hairstyle for men that women love.

When it comes to men and hairstyles, there are two main groups: those that are willing to spend time in the mirror looking their best and those that want to be out the door as quickly as possible.

Regardless of the time it takes to get ready, what men want is a hairstyle that looks good and is attractive to women. For both groups, there are a few hairstyles that women agree are attractive on almost a unanimous basis. Finding the right haircut that women are naturally drawn to will depend on the preparation time that a man can deal with, his facial structure, and, of course, his specific type of hair.

Photo of Zac Efron hairstyle.

n terms of pure sex appeal, there are few hairstyles for men that can match the messy side swept look, previously made famous by actors like Leonardo DiCaprio and Zac Efron. Working best on younger men between 20 and 30 with somewhat thicker hair, the look gives the appearance of a carefree attitude. However, the best examples of the messy side swept look do not come without time and effort. A decent amount of hair wax or pomade is needed to keep this style looking great all day and a man will need to be willing to experiment with creating different types of spikes and valleys before he is ready to leave the house.

Picture of curly hair for men.

For a guy with curly or wavy hair that can’t be bothered to spend time in front of the mirror, one hairstyle that combines the same ethos of the previous look with low maintenance is a longer length hair that is swept back and held into place with a definition cream. Made popular by stars like Simon Baker, achieving this look is quite simple and only requires that the man put a little of the cream in his hair after showering and then twisting a few locks into curls. The natural air drying process will give the hair a swept back look that is both sexy and easy at the same time. Blond is the best color hair for the style and it usually does not work well for more muscular men. This is a great style for romantics or artists that want to look refined while still showing their rebellious side.

Image of Jake Gyllenhaal hairstyle.

Men that are looking to stay attractive while still keeping short, easy to maintain locks may want to follow the example of heartthrob Jake Gyllenhaal. The actor has won many admiring fans for his no-fuss short look. Cut at slightly different lengths, the hair is combed to the side to create a less regular appearance that a standard even trim with a pair of clippers. Hair density is not really an issue, but men with curly hair will find that they are often not able to tame the beast on top of their heads. Maintenance is extremely easy and many men will be able to escape without needing any product at all. For men with rough patches, smoothing just a tiny bit of gel into the hair will only take seconds and will keep the style all day.

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  • How would you go about styling hair like the first and second picture after it is cut appopriately? Would it work well for hair that is super straight?

  • hi i could use a reply here, i have turkish italian hair, i am albanian. it is black as the night and very shiny, i never use wax cuz i don’t need to, i can just slip my fingers through to get a faux hawk. and it isn’t so greasy at all, it gets greasy every 3-4 days, but i shower every 1-2 days. i use olive oil instead of conditioner, and i excercise 5 to 7 times a week, i love fish, i’d rather eat a nectarine than chips. i have white hair folicies. my hair is very thick, and if it gets to long, i can only use my hands to curl it like harry styles. you can compare my hair to zayn malik, or david de gea, because i have a cowlick, in fact i have 3. that’s the negative part, i have one cowlick each at the sides, and one at the top of my head. my family is a bit funny, cuz we inherit our hair by different generations, that means every one who has a father with hair they lose their hair, my father has hairloss, my uncle from my moms side dad/ grandad from both sides was also bald, and his uncels dad was bald and dad from his mothers side, but we all have “perfect hair” they are in their 60’s and mid 30’s while i’m in my teens. B.T.W there are only 3-4 bald people in my family, rest of us has perfect hair, as my father and i don’t have the same hairtype, he always had thin hair.

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