The classic hockey style flow, a retro look, is now back, and more in fashion than ever before! This style screams cool, fun, and youth. With some molding cream to push the hair back, you’re all set. This style works with people who have curly hair and straight hair. Add a snapback hat, and you have yourself a look that will last forever. Not only that, but the length will help keep your head and neck warm during the cooler weather.
Thor’s hair is known for its long and flowing style. Take a close look, and you’ll see that this is actually a very simple hairstyle. All it requires is long hair and a bit of brushing to set everything in place.
Here’s another simple, low maintenance style with lots of flow. It’s slightly longer and fuller than the previous style, providing a bit more depth.
For an even longer and more flowing style, check out this cut that takes the hair down to the neck. The loosely combed hair is full of eye-catching texture and motion.
For maximum flow, look no further than this extremely loose, windswept style. The hair is deliberately messy and gives off carefree, laid-back vibes.
When thick hair is grown out, it often creates layers. You can leverage this by tousling the layers for extra movement and texture.
Here’s a great look for thin hair that’s super casual. This cut is long all over, even at the sides, which makes this a rather unique style.
Wavy hair and flowy styles go hand in hand, and this style shows how you can take full advantage of the volume that wavy hair provides.
Looking for something with even more texture? Try out this long and wavy style. The hair is brushed back and strategically layered for the fullest head of hair possible.
Ideal for thinner hair, this cut is simple and casual. A slight offset part helps to define the hair’s shape.
If you want to get a bit more artistic with your hair, this is definitely a style to consider. Long and flowing strands are styled into place, creating a unique sense of movement that you don’t often see.
Got extremely wavy hair? Embrace it! If your hair is wavy almost to the point of being curly, you can easily pull off a long and flowy style like this one.
A neater, tidier style, this take on the classic quiff has plenty of natural flow. Despite being shorter, this cut has a lot of character and vibrancy.
One of the longest styles on our list, this messy, tangled haircut has ample texture and will give you a super relaxed look.
When it comes to short yet flowy styles, the quiff arguably reigns supreme. It’s easy to get a lot of motion and volume with this tried and true cut.
This sports-inspired style consists of a double ear tuck that forces the hair to bloom outward beneath the ear, resulting in a flowing, easygoing look.