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Sexy guys with long hair


Long hairstyles for men have been a symbol of a signature lifestyle. Ever popular with skateboarders and surfers, long haircuts have been creeping into mainstream media and can now be seen by professionals, actors, and models. Long hair may take a little more time in the morning to style, but the artistic touches it adds to your personal style are well worth it.

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Check out these photos of the most popular guys with long hair and find your next inspiration. How would you describe hairstyles like this and what is your favorite thing about it? What I like the most about this haircut is that it can be styled using several shapes of combs and with various types of ointments.

To recreate this look, try the Reuzel Grooming Tonic. Apply on wet hair and dry with a blow dryer, moving the hair back. This haircut "Sexy guys with long hair" best for someone with longer hair on top that is smooth or wavy. The great thing about this cut is that it works well with any face shape. I would describe this as an elevated, long layered haircut.

I created subtle layers to add texture to the shape of this hairstyle. The styling foam is weightless and helps provide a smooth look with thermal protection while blow drying with a round brush.

The Quinoa Oil eliminates frizz and adds shine without weighing down the hair. I recommend the elevated long layered cut for anyone with any face shape, straight hair, or any kind of lifestyle. This look adds volume and texture while still being long enough to tie back into a man bun or ponytail for those get up and go days.

No guy wants to grow his hair out or cut his very long hair shorter into a cut that looks like a mushroom or something out of a bad comedy scene.

My favorite thing about it is that he still looks tidy and clean cut. The products that I recommend for this look would be lightweight texture styling creams, pastes if you have heavy hair and still need weight on it, or a nice pomade Sexy guys with long hair you can work through it and not have it be sticky or wet-looking.

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You want the hair to stay soft which is why something lightweight is best. Tucking it behind the ears is best. There are SO many choices in terms of styling products for men, try a few and stick to one or two that work best. If they are lightweight, you can usually cocktail them as different lengths require different products sometimes.

Some guys only put it on the area that they feel is the most concentrated or problematic. Products need to have an even application, regardless of if it is only doing a little work. You could think it looks even and then go outside and realize the top of your hair is slicked and tidy and the bottom is curling out and frizzy, or vice versa.

The type of client I recommend this look for would be someone who is willing to be patient. Growing your hair out as a guy is difficult because there are some awkward stages women can throw it up in a bun or pin it back. During that time you should Sexy guys with long hair getting regular clean ups, mostly to remove weight thin out in order to leave room for your hair to grow long, not WIDE.

Cleaning up around the ears and in the nape area neck Sexy guys with long hair ensure that the growing out is still looking fresh! It will only make it look finer and thinner. Get a tight cut and move forward. The ideal client who wants to grow out their hair would have medium-thick hair that is not super curly or kinky. Wavy is easily do-able. This guy needs to have access to a hairdresser, not a barber. Barbers are amazing at what they do, but keeping hair long is not typically one of them.

These are soft, natural curls in a low maintenance haircut. Hairstyles like this are ideal for anyone who has curly textured hair that wants to grow it out while still having a fun and current look.

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I take a lot of inspiration from 90s grunge Sexy guys with long hair the likes of Kurt Cobain with this look, but with a more wearable texture and a slightly more matte finish rather than the greasy 90s feel. For me, the key is working with sea salt spray on wet hair.

When it comes to drying if your hair has a natural wave you can probably spritz some sea salt spray and let it dry naturally. My key tip would be to apply the sea salt spray, and then with the hairdryer on a medium heat, twist sections whilst drying and really screw your hair in your hands as you dry.

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