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6 Great Hairstyles for Young Men in College

By Attireclub @attireclub

College is the place where we take our first steps as adults and many finally feel freedom and responsibility at the same time. Of course, most of the time is spent on attending lectures, doing homework, and participating in educational events. Often, the huge number of assignments makes students look for other ways of handling this, like asking someone, "Can you do my statistics homework? I'm exhausted". But even though a big part of college time is devoted to studying, students don't forget about another part of college life - parties, trips, hanging out, new experiences, and meeting interesting people.

One of the important roles in these aspects is played by our appearance: as you know, the book is judged by the cover and people by their look, so the first impression matters. For girls, there are many ways to change their appearance from makeup to high heels, while boys can count mostly on their clothes combination and a stylish haircut. If you are developing your personal style and look for some options to try, in this article, we offer some top hairstyles for young college students that are on trend this year.

Now, if you decide to pay for your essay and delegate the most part of your college assignments to other people that deliver essays online, you have more time to think about your style and the way it speaks about your individuality and the impression you make on people around you. For guys, one of the key elements of their style is the haircut. Whether you are attending lectures, having a job interview, or going to a party, you should always look great. Let's check which men's haircuts are popular now:

This haircut is timeless and quite iconic. It looks fresh, clean, and unpretentious and comes in four variations for short and medium length hair. A fade haircut doesn't require much special care, which is very convenient for college students. In fact, it is so simple that it can be made at home not attending the barbershop. It takes some practice to get it right though...

If you have always dreamed of looking like a man living at the beginning of the 20th century, the undercut can make you get closer to it. It gained popularity thanks to hipsters and millennials and due to TV shows like Peaky Blinders and is now widely used on campus. The haircut looks edgy and vintage at the same time, with short sides and long top, which can be styled with wax the way you like. It is good for all hair types, even curly or wavy.

The quiff haircut has been popular since the 1950s and represents the rockabilly revolution. This one is just the right cut for those who struggle with thick hair and dream to push it back. It combines casual and business looks and works well for medium and long hair. Women go crazy about this haircut (we know it), and a talented barber can make you look bold and aggressive. You can take care of your haircut using a styling cream, wax or pomade.

The comb over was specific to people in certain business areas, but now it is popular among college students as well. A classic comb, just like the fade, works as the basis for many different haircuts, although it is mostly preferred by guys with thin hair or bald spots. With this haircut you can change different looks, from casual to business, using wax or matte pomade.

6 Great Hairstyles for Young Men in College

Back to Gatsby's days, this style was popularized by guys in classic cinema and is always associated with acting, music, and Broadway shows. Modern versions of the haircut are some different with more natural and textured looks but still work perfectly for those guys who want to show off with their rebellious side. You can try haircuts based on the fade or undercut, just changing the way you brush your hair back (don't forget to use high-shine pomade or mousse).

6 Great Hairstyles for Young Men in College
The faux hawk is associated with the free-spirited 1980s and is best described with harsh lines of hair going from the front of the head to the back. The modern haircut looks more subdued with less distinction but still works well for those who want to look like a Mohawk (just less dramatic). Get a styling gel to correct your look when necessary.

These are just some of the options you can use to look attractive in college. You can choose from aggressive to more traditional haircuts depending on your individuality and underline it with well-matching clothes. And, as we always say, if you can't take care of your haircut, it's best to get a buzz cut and keep it clean!

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Further reading:

Fade Hairstyles: A Quick Guide for Men A Guide to the Different Men's Hair Styling Products Men's Style Trend: Unconventional Hair Colors The Undercut and Beard Combination Done Right

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