Thinning hair can be the bane of your existence, especially when you’re a man who is still in his prime. Also, there are many different styling tips and tricks to dealing with this issue, which we here at Hair Mechanix would love to share with you!
Wear it loud, wear it proud
Just because your hair is thinning out or receding doesn’t mean you have lost all hope. There are many men who not only have thinning hair but also are huge stars. Take famous actors like Jason Statham and Jude Law for example, with thinning hair and receding hairlines they still maintain their sex symbol status. If you’re not willing to take it all to the chopping block, may we suggest a few styles that will help?
The Tight Buzzcut
This style works because the hair becomes barely noticeable and distracts from the amount. The only thing with this style is maintaining the length and making sure your scalp stays healthy (may we suggest a scalp treatment on your next visit?)
Stars like Bruce Willis have made the look work and made look tough and sexy. Simply ask your stylists to give you a close tight buzz.
Growing out the top of your head will help create the illusion of a thicker hair, spike it up or slick it back to give your head a fuller look. We also recommend adding a little bit of length on the top and cutting the sides short to help with the look. Not only is this look in right now, but it also works. Talk with your local Hair Mechanix stylist to get
Parting your thinning hair off to the side will help create the illusion of a fuller hair. The further the part the better the look.
With celebrities like Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Jordan, and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson rocking the chrome dome, you’d join a crew of hot gentlemen. This look is a lower maintenance style that only requires you to shave your head every so often.
If your hair is thinning on top you can distract or disguise it with a nice thing of facial hair. When you add a full beard to your look you are actually balancing out Ladies love facial hair. You can try it with a designer stubble, a partial facial hair, or a full beard. Either way, it will complement the lack of follicles on the top of your head.