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9 Men's Hairstyles That Will Rule 2016

The Comb Over

The Comb Over

An accentuated part of the hair on one side or the other offers both a sense of professionalism and an excuse to draw attention to your face. Many say that a comb over haircut helps to shine a light on the jawline, boasting a high level of confidence.

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The Fade

The Fade

Extremely popular on the East coast, this is a growing trend for men with shorter hair. The idea is to start with more hair on the top, and as the name would suggest, slowly fade out. It takes a certain amount of finesse from a barber to do this look justice, so don't skimp on tipping for a good job.

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The Undercut

The Undercut

The undercut shows off the sides of your head, leaving them exposed and clean shaven. At the same time, the hair on top is usually kept at a slightly longer length. A great undercut can be added to a wide variety of hairstyles.

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The Flat Top

The Flat Top

Since 2008, the flat top has made its way into the mainstream. Mimicking the haircut given to new military recruits, this style in normally achieved through the use of electric clippers to form a perfect ridge.

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The High Top Fade

The High Top Fade

The high top fade joins together the normal fade with the undercut. In doing so, the hair on the sides is kept very short while hair on the top of the head remains longer. The contrast works well in both casual and formal settings.

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The Pompadour Fade

The Pompadour Fade

The pompadour look has been popular for some time, but with the added fade on the sides, it is given new life. The hair on the top is kept long and combed back and up, held there with your choice of product.

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The Hair Sponge

The Hair Sponge

Men with very thick hair are able to get twists or curls in their hair and achieve the hair sponge. This has become a huge trend in the southeastern part of the country, but it is rapidly spreading to other regions.

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The Man Bun

The Man Bun

When men pull their hair back with a clip, it is affectionately referred to as a “man bun.” This is normally a relatively easy style to maintain, as it can be worn in conjunction with many other styles, such as the fade or the undercut.

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The Mohawk Fade

The Mohawk Fade

For this hairstyle, the hair from the sides is mostly removed, except for a small bit fading up toward the mohawk. Think Kanye West around the time 808’s and Heartbreak came out, and you will have an understanding of how this looks.

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