It happens to the best of us. You’re roaring along in your 20s, living life to the fullest. Your head of hair is also quite full. Then you hit 30, and the thickness of your mane starts to decline. According to the American Hair Loss Association, more than 65 percent of men notice some hair loss by their 35th birthday, even if they’re in denial. By the time they turn 50, 85 percent of men are considerably balding.
If you happen to be one of these unfortunate folks, as is quite likely, wouldn’t you rather choose from the best hairstyles for men who are balding rather than comb over your few remaining hairs?
The comb over is a popular haircut these days. If you are going to try it, stick with a short choppy cut. Don’t worry about covering the bald spots completely. Just direct slightly longer lengths of hair toward it.
If you want to try something else, check out one of these top haircuts for balding men.
There’s a reason a bald fade has that name. It’s one of the best hairstyles for men who are balding. A close buzz on the sides will remove wiry hairs that seem to be in the wrong place. Short hair on top will blend in thin patches so that they’re less noticeable.
If there’s nothing you can do about your thinning hair, don’t leave a few Homer Simpson tufts on top. Go with the gleam. If you need to shave any sparse flyaways that still remain, go for it. Buzz what’s there, and use a traditional razor to get an even closer shave.
This is one of the most masculine hairstyles you can have. Who said you have to have hair to be manly? Grow a beard if you want to ease into this look.
If you’re afraid the reflection of your clean-shaven scalp will scare people away, go with a buzz cut. The short style will hide any patchiness, and it’s a little less aggressive than taking a razor to your hairline.
The Caesar cut is ideal for men who are thinning in the back. It won’t work with a receding hairline. That’s because to pull it off, you have to brush the front of your hair forward. You don’t have to wear it long, and you certainly don’t want to have bangs cut bluntly into your hairline, but you do want some short texture that comes forward towards your face.
You don’t want to comb over sparse hairs, but directing the hair on the top of your head sideways isn’t the worst idea. This is especially true if you have a receding hairline. Disguise the balding at the temples by fading the sides pretty dramatically. Keep the top short and textured, but guide the hair to the side. This will create a sense of fullness over the bald spots.
A spiky top can hide a receding hairline. Fade the sides into a longer crown. Direct your hair up and forward. The height will mask any small areas that are thinning. Don’t go for this hairstyle if you have a large balding patch at the back of your head, though.
If your hair is thinning but you don’t have a receding hairline, you can create an illusion of thickness by shaping up the hairline. A crisp cut at the front of your head and a short, messy cut will make it look like you have thicker hair. Keep the sides and back buzzed relatively short.
A long haircut can make thinning hair look even finer. It just lies flat, and any attempt to perk it up draws attention to bald spots. Cut it short, and work a wax into it to thicken it. A deep side part and messy texture hides bare areas. If your facial hair is also thinning, try shaving it off. You’ll take years off of your look.
The Mohawk can look clean cut and professional if you do it right. Keep it short, with defined lines on either side. Create a bald fade down the sides, and no one will know that you’re going bald.
A pompadour can make thinning hair look much thicker. Plus, it won’t take much to give it volume. Use mousse and a blowdryer to get it to stand up straight. Gradually fade the sides.
The fauxhawk is perfect for a receding hairline. You can shave the temples and keep the fade short along the sides of the head. Keep the hair longer up the back of the head, and spike it on top. You’ll show that balding men can still keep their sense of adventure.
Combing your hair back is different than combing it to the side. If you have a receding hairline, you can keep the top of your hair long and flaunt the shiny patches just above your temples. Slick your hair toward the back. If it’s long enough, it might cover some thin patches that happen to lie at your crown. Just make sure that the longer hairs are thick enough. If you can see a significant amount of scalp beneath the hair, you should probably choose a different style.
Men with curly hair have an advantage over those with straight hair. When your hair begins to thin, those curls tend to cover up your scalp pretty well. Keep them somewhat short, and work product through the hair before tousling it with your fingers.
The crew cut is a traditional look for men of any age. Keep it cut a little longer, and spike it up to hide any bare spots.
Light hair isn’t as noticeable when the scalp is peeking through. You might be able to get away with a longer pompadour on top. Undercut the bottom if you’re not sure about this style.
If your hair is dark, keep it long on top. Buzz the sides, and keep a short beard to create the impression of fullness around the face.
It doesn’t matter how far your hairline recedes or how big that bald spot is in the back if you slick back your Ivy League style. Don’t attempt to go longer just to cover up thinning areas. You’ll look more refined if you’re confident about those thinning spots.
A short cut looks good no matter how thin your hair is. You don’t have to buzz or fade the sides. Have it cut with scissors. Blunt edges appear thicker. Work a little product into your hair, and mess it up with your fingers to allow it to lie in alternating directions.
The contrast of dark and light creates a sense of fullness even in thinning hair. Keep your hair about 1 to 2 inches long, and blow dry it with a little mousse to give it volume.
Shave a side part into a short fade. You’ll look like you have a defined style even though you don’t have all that much hair.
If you have thin hair, layers can add volume and movement. They can also make thinning locks easier to work with.
A wispy shag can look great even if you’re balding. If your hair has some wave to it, this medium-length cut can give you the body and texture you need to hide the bare areas.
A traditional boyish style can make you look younger. Keep the hair all around your head relatively short, and taper it down the sides without buzzing it. Allow it to have movement. Don’t use a product that makes it stiff.
Have your hair cut short with scissors for a messy style that looks somewhat full. Your beard will make up for any thinning spots on your head.
If your hair has gone gray or white, don’t try to dye it back to its natural splendor. Wear the silver hue with confidence. Crop it close, and work some texturizing product into it to boost thickness.
If you keep a swirling tuft of hair on top of your head and fade it fairly quickly into baldness, you’ll still look like you have thick hair. This is also a great look for men with wide faces or large foreheads.
If your receding hairline is meeting up with your bald spot, keeping the sides long isn’t going to do you any favors. Thick sides will only emphasize the baldness at the top of your head. Have your barber taper the baldness to the fuzzy spots so that there’s balance.
Sometimes, you don’t have a receding hairline. You don’t really even have any bald spots. However, your thinning hair is evident from certain angles. The best haircut if you’re dealing with this is to layer it and direct it forward. Don’t attempt to use a stiff product with this style. You’ll be able to see right down to the scalp.
Face it—with a beard this amazing, it doesn’t matter what you’re doing with the hair on your head. You could choose any of the shorter cuts listed here. It would look incredible.
Keep your receding hairline uncovered. Think of that patch of hair in the center of your head as a peninsula that shows off your life experience.
Wavy hair can make thinning locks look thicker. However, if the ends are getting scraggly, you need to cut them. Chop them off, leaving the top longer than the sides. Use texturizer to create thickness around your head.
If you do use gel, use it only on shorter strands. Comb your hair to the side, creating a deep side part. The gel will keep everything in place. Use a fine-tooth comb or fluffy brush so that your strands don’t become too separated. Taper the fade down the side of your head towards the ears.
Long and curly on top, tapered to practically bald by the ears, the curly quiff is a way to break out your inner James Dean. Let it go wild on top. Don’t let it get greasy, or it can stick to your scalp. This style is easy to maintain and looks great even after a full night’s sleep.
According to the New York Times, male pattern baldness can be caused by a number of factors, including genes and hormones. Instead of trying to cover it up, own it. You can’t wear a hat your whole life.
Take it from us: the comb over doesn’t fool anyone. We can see your dome beneath the scant wisp that’s covering it. The comb over is one of the worst hair mistakes you can make.
Be careful with the products you use. Gel can separate your strands, making them appear thinner. If you use a product that makes your hair stiff, you’ll make your scalp more prominent.
Putty and wax may thicken your hair. So can dry shampoo that matches your hair color. The blow dryer can be your best friend if you have thinning hair. It will fluff up your strands instantly. Keep your hair clean and dry to get the most thickness possible.
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