Long Hairstyles for Men
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50 Modern Long Hairstyles For Men

When length matters or how to get the most out of your long hair strands

written by The Editors

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 long 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 for you. However, you can’t go wrong with copying any of these hairstyles or using them as guidelines. And always remember: have fun!


Which haircut is best for long hair?

There are a couple of things to consider when choosing a haircut after growing your hair long. First is your hair texture –  if you have thick but straight hair, a shag or layered haircut works best for you. If you have thick, curly or wavy hair, you can wear it long and straight, but remember to have it trimmed every 4 to 6 months and tame the excess frizz with hair products recommended by your stylist. For those looking to add an edge to it, getting an undercut or dreadlocks can do the trick.

Is long hair for men coming back?

Long hair for men is never out of style. Keanu Reeves, Timothee Chalamet, Chris Hemsworth, Jared Leto, Kit Harrington, Jason Momoa, and even Brad Pitt are sporting it with or without acting roles that require long hair length.  If you want to grow your hair long and get a haircut that suits your hair and facial profile, then, by all means, do so.

What length is long hair for men?

For men, anything longer than 6 inches of hair length is considered already considered long; some even call it long when the hair gets past the ears.