Now that summer is only a month away from ending, it’s time for teenagers to grow out their hair in preparation for the cooler weather. The great news is, these longer hairstyles are more in fashion than ever before, and with the many possibilities, they are a great way for one to express themselves.
All of these hairstyles are great, but remember, none need to be followed exactly. Mess around, try new things, and find out what works best on you. However, you can’t go wrong with copying any of these hairstyles or using them as guidelines. And always remember: have fun!
Surfer hair is one of our favourite long hairstyles, because it’s no-fuss by definition. Let your hair grow long and hang messy — the only maintenance you’ll be doing is catching a few waves.
Jared Leto’s slicked-back style is the easiest option for when you need long hair to look tidy. A little bit of styling product and a ponytail or bun is as far as it needs to go!
This swift, voluminous style we’ve titled the “Bro Flow” is another easy option, especially for your college years. It looks cool and it’s pretty straightforward, what more could you want?
Here’s Gerard Butler showing us how to make the ear tuck look awesome. As long as your hair is long enough, it can be thick, thin, messy, tidy, with product or without and this style will work.
The center part is perfect if you need a little more rock’n’roll, so to speak. This is another example of how you can adjust your style to better compliment your face shape.
This shaggy hairstyle really is for the free-spirited. It’s messy, it’s fun, and it’s everything you need for an adventure.
If you’re looking for something a little more sophisticated in its own right, then look no further! This crazy, curled, and side-swept long hairstyle is for you.
Harry Styles sure knows hairstyle! If you’re looking for some fashionable, boy’s long hairstyles to try, do a quick Google search of Harry Styles, and you’ll find a multitude of options to try. This look works best if you have hair on the wavy side. The style is a bit shaggy and messy, but it is very flexible.
You could wake up and not even touch it for a natural, explosive look. Or, if the occasion was more formal, you could put some gel through it and straighten it out a little. A style like this will also give you some extra points from the ladies. Take notes, kids.
Ever wondered if you were a Viking in another life? Well, if not maybe you can try to look like one like the guy sporting this daring hairstyle. T
he Nordic vibe comes from making the mane look more tamed thanks to the braids, and the jewelry around them is what gives this look a kick; should you decide to wear it do so with confidence, and soon you’ll have people wondering if you’re part of the Vikings’ cast.
If flowy yet messy hair is what you’re after, this long style might be just what you need. The hair reaches all the way down to the shoulders and is parted in the middle for a symmetrical touch.
Guys with thick hair usually find that their hair naturally has a lot of texture. You can leverage that with a lengthier flowing style like the one Bradley Cooper is sporting here.
If you prefer your hair to be looser and more adventurous, try out this style. This works best if you have thick or even matted hair, as that will help you achieve maximum volume for this look.
While this hairstyle worn by Zac Efron isn’t as long as some of the others on this list, it still has a decent amount of length to it. A style like this works best if you have thick, straight hair. The sideburns and neck are neatly trimmed, while the bangs are left alone.
The sides are cut to a shorter length, while the top of the hair stays. With some matte molding cream, you can push the bangs up in a slightly messy way, creating this flexible style. A style like this is great for casual and formal events, as well as sports and athletic activities.
This eye-catching combination pairs a rugged beard with a long, sweeping hairstyle. Despite the length, this is a fairly versatile look, and you can experiment with different beard and hair lengths.
The top knot may not be the most common men’s hairstyle anymore, but it’s still a great option for guys with long hair. This variation only ties up some of the hair, so the knot is used as a stylistic touch instead of a way to tidy up.
It’s hard to go wrong with a layered hairstyle, and that’s especially true for longer styles. Here, the layers create lots of motion to draw the eye and add depth.
This surprisingly simple haircut is defined by long and thick layers that are loosely brushed to give them a slightly messy appearance.
This tousled curtain hairstyle has been around for a long time, and it’s easy to see why with just one look. It has a simple, easygoing nature that’s great for any guy who wants a laid-back style.
Naturally wavy hair is versatile by nature, and this style showcases how much of a punch it packs. The waviness of the hair creates texture, motion, and definition all at the same time.
Some wavy hair is so wavy that it’s almost curly, and this hair type is well suited for a lot of styles. This man bun and beard combo is a good example of a trendy look that’s great for this kind of wavy-curly hair.
The “wings” look has been around for decades. Its name derives from the wings that long hair tends to create, but you can accentuate these wings by keeping the top of the hair less voluminous and more close-cropped.
Ashton Kutcher lets it all hang loose in this stylish cut. A very famous actor who is widely regarded as being a fashionable man, Kutcher is a great person to model one’s hair after.
In order to achieve this specific look, one would have to let their hair grow out substantially, let it grow wild down by the neck, and brush it down. Some styling gel or pomade would be used to help keep it in place during a windy day, or while engaging in athletic activities.
The look is very approachable, and with a smile and some confidence, the look can also be pulled off in a professional setting. A timeless style, this look can last you a long time.
Side part styles are all the rage, and they look especially fashionable when combined with other styles. This haircut combines a side part with a layered style, resulting in a natural, flowing appearance.
This hairstyle has a lot going on––it’s asymmetrical, highly textured, and very trendy. Chin-length hair falls to one side, exposing a drop faded side that connects with the beard.
This high ponytail offers an easy way to show off your long hair without having to put a lot of work into styling.
A shorter take on the wings haircut, this look is characterized by a medium amount of volume and a high level of texture.
This flowing haircut takes advantage of the natural waviness that comes with long hair. Instead of relying on hair products, it leverages that flow for a no-fuss look.
Ideal for wavy or curly hair, this curtain hairstyle has a ton of movement. The hair features a middle part that allows the hair to cascade symmetrically down both sides.
If you prefer straighter hair, this might be the right style for you. The hair is at a medium length to help the hair remain neat and defined.
Looking for a longer style with a bit of volume? Look no further. This side-swept haircut features a swooping tuft of hair at the front that adds a good amount of volume. It’s the cherry on top of this extremely flowy style.
I do find it fancy when there is a widow’s peak with long strands, and when we say these are real long. Plus the semi-curls towards the end are a real puncher. Moreover, the thin silky hair extends straight, and rusty brown dye makes it all very charismatic. The beard, in the end, balances everything.
Not your usual curls because usually, they tend to have a thicker texture and with a stranded look. The thin texture with longer curls is what makes this special, although it looks not that long but the curls are usually longer than they seem. Moreover, the sides are tapered to keep the volume intact.
Mid-Part with thin long strands on both sides, John Wick is that you? Oh no, that is Keanu Reeves. Jokes aside, the thin texture has a straight strand look with ends being semi curled. Plus the thin texture with added texture makes it perfect. Plus the almost stubble beard gives this an almost clean look.
Is that a surfer’s dream or what? Looks perfectly god to me, that long hair with a silky thin texture. That added with a loose quiff on top and adding a slight side sweep makes it a perfect style statement. Next up, that balancing beard makes it a perfect one to make up for long hair.
This one traces from the history and feels more of a retro style with that subtle side sweep and a fuzzy cloudy texture. The next thing that makes this one special one is the mustache and chin beard. Plus, the semi curled strands increase the volume making it a wholesome style.
Long hair is always something that one has to maintain but wait until you get curls, it gets slightly better! Having natural curls meaning less maintaining it but more style like here it looks like just pushing it back and letting it do its thing is the way to go.
This one is not your everyday style that one can find anywhere. This is a blend of curtain cut with a bowl cut and not to forget the thin hair texture makes it all work fine. That being said, the strands have to straight at all times for this style to pop exactly shown.
This is an incredibly stylish hairstyle that will look great on most guys. This style screams approachable, and with some confidence, can be pulled off for any occasion. While the hair is longer, this look can be worn during any time of the year.
The hairstyle is on the messy side, but also has a professional look to it. With some textured styling cream, you have the flexibility to make this look your own.
You can push it all down and shake your head for a natural, wild look, or you could keep things more neat and professional. It’s up to you!
Dry texture by blow-drying has this effect where it looks all rough and matte finished. The length however plays an important role here with controllably along making all the difference. Thin hair texture and high density make this side sweep look pretty.
Anyone can have long hair as it requires to let it grow but maintaining it is some work. Here the temple is subtly undercut to make it look a tad stylish with the top being pushed back for a man bun. The beard blend makes it one step more attractive.
Mid Parts are fun, one can experiment with them with short hair and long like this, even longer if one wants to. The length is nothing out of this world but that makes this style very much in control. The mustache and chin beard perfectly complement this.