Top 5 Hairstyles For White Men

Hair-styling was usually for women but the recent years made it clear that men are also no longer very conventional. In fact, they have become much more creative and stylish when it comes to their hair. Today, there are a lot of hairstyles that can suit different face shapes and hair lengths as well. White men hairstyles are not just plain like it used to. Now, men use wax and sprays to style their own hair, achieving a more personalized look. From spikes to military cut to long and curly hairstyles, there are just too many hairdos right now you can sport. Here are the top 5 white men hairstyles that are suitable for all men out there who wish to rock a new look.



pompadour-buttonPompadour has been one of the most popular and trendiest hairstyles for the last 50 years after Elvis Presley popularized it in the 1950’s. And it is even the favorite hairstyle of male celebrities including David Beckham, James Dean and more. It is short and almost shaved on the sides and the back and long on the top about three to six inches. What makes this look really stylish is the volume of hair at the front receding to the back.

Side Part



side-part-buttonIf we are talking about a timeless hairstyle, then the side part cuts it. It sports a clean and very professional look, which makes it a favorite among famous people including Zac Efron and Leonardo DiCaprio. There are variations to this hairstyle although it works great only to those who have thick and straight hair. It is easy to achieve this look as most barbers are very well acquainted to this white men hairstyle.



Fade haircuts have been in the fad for many years and it is very popular among young men as well. Most hairstyles are inspired by the fade hairdo and it can be seen in a variety of forms including low, mid, high and classic cut. You can basically style your hair on top the way you like it with this haircut such as brushing it up like Zayn Malik’s or blowing it backwards for a finish and classic look.

Man Bun



The man bun has definitely made its way to the fashion limelight in 2015 and a lot of men tried to rock this look and waited for their hair to grow long. However, not everyone can pull off the man bun look. If you haven’t tried this look before, now is the time to do so. You can just cut it short again if you don’t feel like it. No barbers needed, just your long hair and a tie like this look from Kit Harington of Games of Thrones.




undercut-slicked-back-buttonUndercut hairstyles have become one of the most popular black and white men hairstyles. It can suit both straight and curly hair. Like the fade, it is also long on top and short on the rest. There is definitely an undercut that flatters your face shape, whichever it is. This hairdo allows you to style your hair as well in different ways and you can go for shorter or longer hair on top just like Adam Levine of Maroon 5.