The world of men’s hair is always changing and evolving, and recently, there’s been an increase in hairstyles that feature dyed hair. From low-key highlights to bold full-head treatments, dyed hair is everywhere today. Colored hair can be worn and styled in many different ways, and these are some of our favorites.
French Crop with Taper Fade
The French crop is a classic style, and it shows off dyed hair very well. The defined line up adds a nice touch that complements the spiky hair on top.
Skin Faded Undercut
Milder highlights, where the color isn’t as obvious, can work with a wide range of hairstyles. Here, the skin fade draws attention to the parted hair atop the head.
For an extremely bold, undeniable look, you can’t do wrong with these dyed dreads. The brightly dyed dreads contrast with the uncolored sides to make the color pop.
Highlighted Brush Up Spikes
It’s no surprise that dyed hair and spikes have always gone together. This style uses spikes to showcase the hair’s color, and it works well with either highlights or fully dyed hair.
Simple Brush Up with Temple Fade
It might seem strange to pair a rather understated hairstyle with dyed hair, but this combination is surprisingly stylish. It helps to balance out the hair color and adds extra definition.
This bright purple look is definitely one of a kind! With a long, extending fringe and skin faded sides, this is going to turn heads.
This fun and playful haircut is modeled after a lion’s mane. The orange-dyed fringe protrudes up and over the forehead, draping down to complete the animal-inspired look.
Side Parted Dyed Hair
The side part hairstyle is a truly timeless hairstyle, and as it turns out, it’s great for dyed hair, too. It especially complements hair that’s all dyed one color.
Here’s another eye-catching style that is not for the faint of heart! Multicolored hair, a prominent mullet, and a tight skin fade come together to create this striking peacock look.