Hairstyles Girls Love On Guys | Best Men’s Hairstyles for 2020

The most popular men’s hair trends for 2020 are: 1. Adopting a longer, more natural style and letting your hair do its thing. 2. New takes on old classics, like a messy, textured hairstyle. Pretty much take your current favorite hairstyle and finish it off by running your fingers through your hair for a slightly less-polished finish that lets your hair’s natural tendencies shine through. In this video and article, we talk about the hairstyles that girls love on guys in 2020 that you should consider.

Modern Pompadour

This haircut is great for long, short, thick, wavy or curly hair. Longer on top and tight and tapered on the sides – it’s more about a low fade vs a more severe high fade. Style it straight back or slightly to the side using a blow dryer to dry your hair in preferred direction and then use a matte pomade or wax to lock in the style and run your fingers through for a less polished look.

Buzzcut

For those men who want the lowest maintenance haircut possible, or those who have thinning or receding hair, It’s an easy haircut to do at home and doesn’t require shaving with a razor and shaving cream. The hair is buzzed with a clipper set to the closest setting. You could balance out this look with a short beard.

*Don’t forget sunscreen on the scalp, as it’s susceptible to burning!

Textured Flat Top

This looks amazing on black men! Using natural curls to build height on top of your head is like an optical illusion. It builds volume without weighty products. Keep the sides slightly longer than a fade to show off the natural texture and enhance it all around with a curl sponge.

Crew Cut

A classic and low maintenance hair style. The hair is cut close up the sides and back, and it’s shorter at the crown and gradually gets longer toward the front.

Classic businessman (with one change)

A.K.A. the Don Draper. This is basically a classic taper with a very clean, slick side part. Update the Don Draper shiny slick back by using product with a matte finish and have the top of the hair tousled around loosely for a less formal, yet impeccably well-groomed look.

Longer, Natural Hair

This is seen on guys like: Jason Momoa, Brad Pitt in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Timotee Chalamet. If longer hair is what you’re wanting, take note of a few things. Make sure you have a full head of curly or wavy hair. If you don’t have either of these, then this hairstyle is out for you because pin-straight and/or thinning long hair lays flat and looks dead so unless you want to put in a lot of work to get it to look thin and have curls, this isn’t for you. It’s still important to get regular trims. As for styling, choose a low or medium hold and smoothing hair product to help control the hair and enhance the body. Use your fingers, rather than a brush, to encourage natural movement, and once dried, a pea size amount of product is enough.

Biggest Male Grooming Mistakes (How To Fix Them) 2020

Its a new year and definitely time to step up your grooming game if you’ve let it slip recently. So let’s talk about the biggest grooming mistakes you may be making as well as how to fix them. 

 

 

Overdoing it with… anything

There’s a fine line between a man who is well-groomed and one who’s enthusiastic use of a fragrance makes people wish they didn’t have a nose. Whether it’s too much hair product, cologne or oil in your beard, the art of good grooming is to make an effort, but not to make it obvious – through both sight and smell. Any proper, modern gentleman doesn’t assault people’s senses.

Unkempt Body Hair

This include legs, arms, chest, back, and the nether regions. Shag carpeting is out of style for a reason, so best to cut it down with a pair of clippers with a 1 or 2 setting or guard.

Ungroomed Eyebrows

Eyebrows should be separate, caterpillar brows should be tamed and trimmed. Most good barbers will trim your eyebrows if you ask, or there’s specialty trimmers for this, as well. One thing that should be avoided is making sure they’re not too shaped and clean like a woman’s eyebrows. Remember: Take care, but keep it straightforward and simple.

Neglecting Your Skin

Too often, men believe that they can forego taking care of their skin or addressing their specific skin-related issues because its not “manly”. Well, hopefully you already know this, but the first thing anyone sees of you will be your face, so please take care of it! Neglecting your skin will make you look tired and older. Doubly so if you’ve got acne, dry or sensitive skin or dark circles under your eyes.

So in order to look your best, no matter your age, you need a simple, no-frills skincare routine that’s specifically tailored to you.

Going too long between haircuts

If you have a shorter hairstyle (not shaved), you should get a haircut about once a month to keep it looking sharp. If its longer, you can about go every 2 months between trims. If you’re balding or have a buzz cut, you’ll want to take the clippers to it about once a week to keep you looking fresh.

Holding Onto The Last Wisps Of Hair

AKA Denying that you’re balding (or have a receding hairline). We get it. Losing your hair at any age sucks, but instead of holding onto the last little wisps of hair, its time to embrace it and channel your inner Jason Statham. Trust me, no one cares that you’ve shaved your head as much as you do.

Long Nose & Ear Hair

This one is simple: Please don’t let it get like this. Keep it in check. There’s a gazillion tools for this.

Unkempt Facial Hair

This is a real turnoff, especially when your facial hair starts to cover your lips or you have a bunch of stubble on your neck. So keep your facial hair trimmed and clean, at least. If you can’t do that, then may a bearded Norse god strike you down where you are right now!

Ungroomed Head Hair

This is something I immediately notice and makes my stomach turn, especially when it looks dirty and greasy. Wash and style your hair before stepping out in public. If you need to go longer between washes or you have especially greasy hair, use some dry shampoo to help soak up the excess oils.

Letting Dandruff Go Unchecked

It’s certainly nobody’s fault that you or any other guy gets dandruff, but it is your fault if you let it go unchecked. Don’t be that guy that everyone slowly backs away from. Try and reduce the amount of product you’re putting in your hair and make sure to add a proper anti-dandruff shampoo as part of your daily routine.
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Bad Breath

This is easily fixable: brush and floss your teeth daily and get a cleaning once or twice a year. If it’s food-related, pop a mint or piece of minty gum before talking to people, whenever possible.

Body Odor – Good or Bad

I hope we don’t have to say it, but shower regularly, wear deodorant and please, for the love of everyone around you, go very easy on the cologne. There’s definitely such a thing as too much of a good thing. Also, if you are using a good deodorant and still having odor issues, you may need to look into your diet and the types of foods and spices you’re consuming. Diet definitely affects how you smell.

Neglecting your finger & toenails

This also includes jagged or bitten nails. Keep them trimmed with proper clippers once or twice a month, at least. Also give both areas good scrubs in the shower and make sure to dig out any toe-jam or dirt under your fingernails. If you have issues doing this yourself, go get a pedicure and manicure and let a professional take over.

Overgrown Neck Hair

When there’s a guy who looks sharp and put together and then turns his head to reveal a hairy neck, it totally ruins all the hard work he’s put in to looking his best. If your neck hair grows faster than your haircut schedule, just take your razor while you’re shaving your face and give a pass or two to the back of your neck. You won’t notice, but most people behind you will. If that’s too hard for you to handle, then you’re going to need to hit the barber more often, depending on how fast your neck hair grows.

Cracked or Dry Lips

The first thing anyone notices about you is your face. If you’ve got cracked or dry lips, it will be noticed within a second of talking to you. Just slap on some lip moisturizer if they feel a little dry and you’ll be good to go. Also, make sure you’re getting enough hydration by drinking a good amount of water everyday.