Asian countries such as Korea and Japan are the cutting-edge of brand new hairstyles and amazing fashion. If you want your hair to be “on point”- as they say now and days- have a look at these best hairstyles, that range from unique and wild to Korean Pop Trendy.
If you would like your hair not to be so simple, but to be a little more edgy, then this hairstyle is the perfect one for you! This pointy and wacky hairstyle with short straight sides will be the hottest of 2017. A perfect example is Korean star Kim Sung-Kyu who rocks the style without any effort, whatsoever.
The Messy Medium hairstyle is the traditional Japan/Korean undergraduate look. It is a medium length messy hairstyle that has a lot of jazz. With using a few products such as Gatsby hair wax is completely essential to getting the school-boy look with this hairstyle.
This is one of my current favorite Asian men hairstyles. With a medium length fade with a long top and extremely short sides, this hairstyle is sure to attract some attention from the right people. Do not forget to brush the top of your hair to the side (which is very similar to an undercut) to give it the added look.
With the extreme popularity of the man bun hairstyle, it is only fair if we go straight to the origins! This variation of the style features a man bun tied at the top, much like a top knot. The samurai bun can truly be a jaw-dropping look, especially if you have the angular facial features to pull it off.
This Asian men hairstyle is similar to a Justin Bieber haircut (when he first started his musical career, that is.) It features heavily layered hair with straightened up sides. This is very similar to the angular fringe hairstyle with shaved sides that has recently spiked up popular in K-Pop.
Even though the BTS member can be notorious for his colorful hair dyes, we see him here with a more natural and reserved look that favors his features.
This crisp French crop works perfectly with a clean shave to create the ultimate Asian guys’ hairstyle. The high taper really kicks it up a notch, too.
Here’s another French crop in action — just this time a little more free-flowing. The messy, unkempt sides and top make this an easier style to pull off day after day.
This classic slick should fall into every Asian guy’s classy hairstyle repertoire. Whether it’s for the club or church is up to you, but how will you style the sides?
It’s the extra long sides that give this Asian hairstyle a classic look to it. While you’ll need a little more time getting ready in the morning, you’ll have a formal style guaranteed to impress even the pickiest boss!
This wild, messy style with long locks on top is perfect for the younger crowd. Trimmed sides help to make the most out of a simple face shape.
Who says the legendary undercut can’t work for Asian guys? This carefully slicked-back style is ultra cool, and definitely not too difficult to pull off!
A simple tapered style will work for anyone. Here, a little bit of gel is used to create extra volume and slightly more exciting curves, but you can play with this cut however you like.
The angular fringe is one of our favorite longer hairstyles, especially for Asian guys. It’s easy and looks fun — what’s not to like?
Sweep any haircut off to the side and it’ll look good. Here, though, the quiff is carefully architected for added style points!
Brushing a crew cut forwards is an easy way to create the French crop vibe in shorter haircuts, and we love how it looks with these close-cut, tapered sides.
Speaking of shorter, brushed hairstyles, this tapered classic is an easy Asian guy hairstyle to fall in love with. It really shows how a little bit of texture can elevate any old style!
A tuxedo for a formal event can make any man shine. Here, Zhang Kai looks playful with a wispy medium crop to go with his side part keeping it lighthearted-casual all the while pulling off an incredibly sophisticated look.
Chuck Chae has the director look down pat. With his hair parted on the side and the slight goatee, he looks like he’s firmly in control whether he’s on the red carpet or behind the camera.
The thin temple here with the ever-so-slight sideburn plus a line behind the ear is very hip in hotspots around Asia. The ruffled top and pencil-thin mustache are also nice accessories.
For elongated faces, sometimes simple is better. Here, the stranded top with a slight taper on the sides and glasses show the intelligence and wit of the modern Asian man.
Sometimes gel is an Asian man’s best friend. The neatly brushed hair on top will stay in place with a dab or two of it. The skin fade adds dimension to the man’s face.
Tattoos used to be only for gangsters in Asia, but now it’s hard to find anyone below the age of 30 without a few. This mushroom cut on top and skin undercut below match this man’s rebellious attitude perfectly.
Asian men have long been known to have thin hair. This look, with the thick top swept to the side and tapered sides, makes this guy’s hair very full.
Asian men’s hairstyles are all about taking the ordinary and making it a bit fancy. The triangular brush up on the front here does just that.
There’s really nothing low key about this guy’s look. The nose ring screams bad boy, while the fade shows off the tattoo on the side of his head.
This is one of the classic ones where loosely thin fuzzy hair makes the tossed texture with forehead having those sharky pocky fringe makes it all perfect. Next, the sleek mid fade with slight drop fade makes it look balanced and not to forget the short line ups.
Is this a pompadour or a quiff or a brush-up? What if I say it is a mix of those three and even better with that high fade with slight drop fade sides. Moreover, if you see the temple is faded and very subtly the line up has a thick texture, too much to handle ha!
Do short curls get any better with this amount of panache? There is so much going on, sides are mid faded with line ups having slit shave. The line up is as sharp as a blade and the man bun sitting on top is just perfect. One would need a cool undercut to makes this have a manageable top.
Best part of having curly hair is that they can be long still won’t look that long but will have that girth making it look thick and this is an example of that. The sides, however, are straight-up faded and line ups are shortened. Also, those fringes are perfectly peaking at the forehead.
Who says receding hairline doesn’t look good? If at all, done right it looks total finesse. The combed pompadour is the one you see in those James Bond movies with that puff on the top that makes face look long. The line up due to hairline adds to the aesthetic and makes it look fuller.
Let’s start with the top, the undercut with that mohawk textured side-swept pompadour is something which is not quite common to come by. Next, the mid fade to temple fade brings all the fun to the top with that pocky lineup, and having a faded one makes it just better.
This cocktail-style is made of slight mohawk with a brush up pocky texture with a straight mid fade with temple fade. The pocky fringes that dropping on the forehead make it look slightly informal but also goes well in formal conditions. Rough tapered line ups are a thing now.
Have we ever seen that fringe ever? The mix of the french crop with fringe makes this new one with tossed top with thin hair brings in volume. Next up, the sides are tapered. Not to mention the french beard with that pocky goatee makes it perfect and balances the face.
We can never get over this with this undercut side part with mid fade. The temple fade makes sides with thick volumes. Plus, the top is side swept with a thick texture. This whole hairstyle is quite wholesome and that stubble beard makes the face looks versatile.
The mid-part mixed with curtain haircut makes this one a very mature haircut. But it ain’t no easy, the sides are slightly tapered with layers. The falling strands on the forehead make this a perfect one, one cue tip, let it flow for formal occasions, and as soon as you tie it, becomes appropriate for informal conditions.
The straight laid out top is perfect to keep the volume and moreover, the sides are tapered with low fade. The temple also is faded making it sleeker and the top having a low key texture with pocky strands just makes it better. Use some hair products to keep this top.
Thin hair at its finest is something you’d say after watching hairstyle on you, taper fade the sides but remember to use size 0 clippers near the temple so looks almost like a shave but without being a shave. Next, the line up is not angular instead it is round when was the last time you saw that?
Long hair for days, this straight thin texture is more than what surfers dream for, it is the ultimate casual to the formal statement with that cheeky mid part. To top it off, slap on a clean look or a dense beard to balance it slightly and dye the highlights, can it ever get better than this?
We can see this one mostly in the muscular dudes with that thin man bun on top, with all the hair tied tightly to it. The sides are undercut tapered usually but here it is low faded to the point where the temple doesn’t exist. The line ups are clear and sharp, don’t mess those line ups.
This is one of the most loved military hairstyles because it ticks all the boxes, has a subtle texture, the top is tough and thick, the sides are incredibly controlled and the details are paid attention to; the line up is sharp and dark with temple pocky. Lastly, the side sweep brush up is just perfect.
Never have I ever seen this much retro panache all into one, the strict mid part keeps both sides apart with that thin-haired pocky brush up it stands tall and stiff. That stiffness comes from hair products and that dye in that latter half of the strands makes everything work just fine.
How can we not have mullet, also this one is not the usual one, the longer and thicker texture makes it such a sleeker one with the sides being drop fade certainly add that extra layer. Moreover the french crop on the top with that burgundy low key dye, just makes the whole look ten times better.