Men are notoriously hard-headed when it comes to changing things in their lives, especially after they hit middle age. But we don’t use those same phones we used 20 years ago, do we? So why would we want to keep the same haircut that was popular in the 1990s? Check out these fresh cuts for mature men, and give in to some welcome change.
Brushed Off Top
Nothing screams I love softball more than the brushed off the top look. This cut is easy to style, takes very little time to do in the morning, and if it gets long between styles, that’s not a problem.
Side Combed Brush Up
A cut like this takes 10 years off the face. The fade is nice and tight, the brush up looks great with a bit of wax holding it up, and the style elongates the face to look youthful.
Side Swept Combed Modern Ivy
Ivy League graduates tend to age well because they keep up with modern trends. The Ivy League cut here looks mature with the streaks of gray.
Wavy Textured Thick Hair
Red hair, when done right, is eye-catching, and here the cut is absolutely perfect. The thickness of the hair makes the waves curve just right, and it seamlessly flows into the beard for a sophisticated look.
Modern Elephant Trunk
Just because you’ve reached the middle-age, doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! This modern elephant trunk looked extra stylish because the guy has many different shades of grey in his quiff.
Silky Push Back
Cowboys, businessmen, and dads love the silky push back. It’s easy. It’s fun. And of course, it’s a classic look that never goes out of style.
Steve Rogers, That You?
Looking like a superhero who’s finally settled down and had a few kids, this man is ready for the world. With the pushback, hair care is simple. Add a little product and just push it all back. Repeat every day.
Angled Beard and Styled Blowout
This cut is impressively cool as well as kind of punk. The beard with its shape and lines makes him look 10 years younger because of the cool points. The hair is blown out and up and definitely runway ready.
Classy Drop Fade with Side Part
For many men 45 or above, getting a new style is like going to the dentist. They just don’t want to do it. For this man, the drop fade and side part give him a youthful appearance that harkens back to his younger years.
Dense Medium Length Top with Thick Beard
The hair is kept long and thick, hasn’t been cut in a while. The thick beard, once whispy and wild, is now trimmed and tamed.
You’ve reached a point in your life where all you want to do is spend a year in a cabin in the woods. Not all of us might be able to do that, but you can certainly look the part!