The Best Men’s Haircuts for 2021

The Best Men’s Haircuts for 2021

 

Fashion is no longer for women only. Today, for men, trends are also changing. Whether it’s their clothing or hairstyles, everything is changing rapidly. Your haircut can reveal a lot about your personality. If you don’t get your haircut right, it will ruin your personality completely, no matter how well-dressed you are.

 

So, it is high time to keep your hair game strong by choosing the right haircut that will suit your face. Just like clothes, haircuts are not one-size-fit-alls. Every haircut will not work for everyone. So before choosing your new haircut, you must consider your hair texture, head shape, and face shape.

The Best Men’s Haircuts for 2021

In 2021, many new hair trends have emerged, which means now you have tons of options to choose from. However, with so many men’s haircuts available on the internet, it becomes quite challenging to decide the new haircut for yourself to upgrade your look.

10 Best Men’s Haircuts to look hot in 2021 and 2022

It’s high time to upgrade your look by choosing the right haircut for yourself.  Whether you want to go for mohawk, cut crew, or even the haircuts inspired by the classic styles, a trendy haircut will make your personality more appealing.

 

To help you choose the right haircut for yourself, we have compiled a comprehensive list of the 10 best men’s haircuts that are trending in 2021 but will also remain popular in 2022.  So, what are you waiting for? Find the best haircut for yourself and make your personality more attractive.

Crew cut

A crew cut is one of the trendiest men’s haircuts. In crew cut, hair at sides is cut short while longer hair is left at the central portion to give it a more stylish look. It is a classic haircut that will help you rock all kinds of outfits, from casuals to formals.

Crew cut

If you are an office-going man and want a fresh haircut, go for a crew cut without any hesitation. It requires minimum styling and maintenance, so keeping your hair game strong even in your busy routines will be easy.

Buzzcut

What happens when a worldwide popular celebrity upgrades his look by changing his haircut? The haircut starts trending all over the world. The same thing happened when Zayn Malik and few other celebs upgraded their hair game with a buzz cut.

Buzzcut

It has been trending since then. In buzz cut, you need to take it all off – of course, your hair. It is simple to wear as it requires no styling or maintenance. However, a buzzcut will not suit every man out there. If you want to slay a buzzcut, you will need an evenly shaped head.

Comb over

Comb over is one of the perfect men’s hairstyles in 2021. Whether you are looking for a classy or modern look, it will work wonders for you. It is easy to style and will also suit all kinds of face shapes.

Comb over

You will have to keep your hair extremely short at the side, medium at the back, and extra-long hair at the top for a comb-over hairstyle. Comb over hairstyle is a fail-proof one! For a more refined look, you can use a tiny amount of pomade or gel to keep your hair in place.

Quiff

The list of best men’s haircuts cannot be complete without mentioning the quiff haircut. In quiff haircut, sides are faded while long hair is left in the central portion. It is simple to wear and goes well with every outfit.

The Best Men’s Haircuts for 2021

French Crop

It is a perfect alternative to quiff but requires significantly lower maintenance. A french crop haircut features a short length and a fade on the sides. To make it look trendier, you can also add a fringe to the haircut.

French Crop

Two block

Who does not love Korean pop music or Korean dramas? Many men are obsessed with Korean pop music and, of course, K-pop singers.  Do you also want to recreate their look? It can be easily done by having a two-block haircut.

Two block

This haircut has longer hair at the sides and top, whereas shorter hair is left at the back. Also, it is the perfect haircut for those men who love their long hair but want to make it more manageable.

Fauxhawk

In the past, mohawk and faux haircuts were popular among men in their 20s who wanted to look cool and edgier than everyone else. However, in 2021, the fauxhawk hair cut was updated with faded sides and long hair on the top.

Fauxhawk

The modern fauxhawk haircut adds more volume on top and brings the fade a little higher. Fauxhawk haircut -The best way to feel good and young!

Pompadour

One of the best men’s haircuts is a pompadour haircut. It is undoubtedly the most favourite haircut of men all over the world. It is pretty similar to quiff. However, it is the tiny details and the styling that entirely changes the game.

Pompadour

It is a hairstyle that requires a lot of maintenance and styling. To make it look good, you will need to apply a high-quality pomade or gel to hold the hair in its place. Although your barber will cut your hair in advance, styling will be your responsibility unless you have a hairstylist available 24/7 by your side.

Tapered haircuts

Tapered haircuts are one of the most loved men’s haircuts. They are versatile and go well with every outfit. The only difference between tapered hairstyle and faded hairstyle is that the sides are cut with scissors instead of trimmers.

Tapered haircuts

However, not every barber can pull off a tapered haircut with perfection. So, if you are planning to get a tapered haircut, make sure you go to the right barber. Great barbers, great tapered haircuts!

Angular fringe

It is undoubtedly the best haircut for men with thick hair. Many men in Kensington are already sporting this haircut. All your barber needs to do is keep extra-long hair at the top and sides faded. Also, if you love highlights, it is the perfect hairstyle to show off your cool highlights.

Angular fringe

Fringes are usually popular among teenage boys. However, everyone can add a cool fringe to their fresh haircut regardless of age. Let your hair do the talking!

 

Conclusion:

Getting the right haircut can undoubtedly be a serious challenge. We have a team of expert barbers that can help give you the best service you deserve. If you live in Kensington, visit our barbershop for a haircut that suits you the best! No fuss – just haircuts that will make you look good.

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The Mullet that Caused a Court Case

The Mullet that Caused a Court Case


As the best barbershop in Kensington, we’re used to people walking out of our premises with their head held high and an extra spring in their step. That’s because, if you want a men’s haircut in Kensington which is going to make you look stylish, smart and, above all, well groomed, then our hair salon for men is the only place to visit.

We’re fully aware, however, that not all hair salon customers are quite so lucky. All too often, we’re called upon to repair the damage wreaked upon a poor individuals’ hair by a less than talented barber, and the history of men’s fashion is littered with examples of haircuts which might once have seemed stylish and daring but which, not long after the scissors and trimmers had finished their work, looked frankly little better than ridiculous.

You’ve probably got your own favourite example of a bad men’s haircut; the curly perm, the George Michael bouffant or the ‘Flock of Seagulls’ style mega-fringe. Indeed, when Donald Trump is the President elect of the USA, it seems it would be foolish to assume that, in this age of the metrosexual, bad hairstyles are a thing of the past. There is one bad cut that stands head and shoulders, almost literally, above all other, however, and that is the mullet. We can all probably think of our favourite ‘short on the top, long at the back’ merchant, and in many cases they would be a midfielder from a 1980’s football team, or perhaps Andre Agassi.

Few mullets can have been so extreme that they actually led to a court case, however, but that was recently the case for an Australian gentleman by the name of Ali Ziggi Mossimani. Mr Mossimani was photographed at an 18th birthday party in Sydney last year, sporting what can only be described as a somewhat extreme mullet. We’re not here to pass judgement, of course, and people are free to sport whatever haircut they choose, but the pictures became something of an ‘internet sensation’, prompting thousands of comments on social media and being converted into the dreaded meme. When this was reported by the media, Mr Mossimani launched a deformation claim against The Daily Mail Australia, Sydney’s Daily Telegraph and the Australian Radio Network, saying that their reports of what must surely be referred to as ‘mullet-gate’ had “exposed himself to ridicule by the public”.

Did this put an end to the matter and relieve Mr Mossimani from the stress and ridicule? Unfortunately not, as it led to even more coverage in Australia and also in other countries, a phenomenon dubbed ‘the Streisand effect’ by the judge handling the case, Judge Gibson. This refers to an attempt made by Barbara Streisand in 2003 to ban publication of images of her Malibu mansion. The attempt failed, and the result was that the images became much more widely circulated than would otherwise have been the case.

Although the case, at the time of writing, is continuing, the judge has asked Mr Mossimani to amend his claim, and the moral of the story seems to be clear; if you’re going to be brave enough to sport a full blown mullet in 2016, then you’ll have to be brave enough to put up with the comments that people make. If you don’t think you can handle that, then pay a visit to the best barbers in Kensington, and we’ll sort it out for you.