Popular Men’s Hairstyles with Natural Texture

Texture is one of the year’s top men’s hair trends and will continue to go strong. In addition to cuts and styles that add separation, wave and volume to hair, the latest looks are embracing natural texture. For guys with any amount of natural wave, this is the time to let it loose.

Check out these pictures of popular men’s hairstyles that make the most natural texture.

1. Sweep Back With Waves

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Nomad Barber LDN

The Don Draper slick back is a thing of the past, again. Instead of the shellacked look, the sweep back has gone natural with a matte finish and plenty of flow. To get the look, use the lowest hold product that will work for your hair with no or low shine.

2. Side Part Hairstyle + Waves

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Christian Valentin

This is the classic long on top, short sides and back men’s haircut gets a modern twist. Waves get some definition and hold from a low shine pomade while a high fade down to the skin give the sides a clean finish.

3. Medium Length Hair + Neck Taper

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Rokk Man Barbers

One of the ways to encourage your hair’s natural texture is grow it longer. This cool medium length men’s haircut features layering to enhance movement and reduce bulk while creating a streamlined shape. A quick taper at the neck and side burns adds a trendy touch and soft edges.

4. Textured Slick Back + Medium Length Hair

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Talley McIntire

Cut down on styling time by embracing the texture that occurs with longer men’s hairstyles. Instead of using a comb to style hair, get this cool look by styling with fingers. A product that creates separation or texture will also help achieve this piecey finish.

5. Short Hairstyles for Men

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Andrew Does Hair

Always the creator of fresh styles that work with hair, this cool men’s hairstyle is from Andrew Does Hair. The key is using a blow dryer. Use the hot setting and point working it with the fingers. Once hair is completely dry, hair should have separated into sections. Finish by sealing the cuticle but doing a final blast with the cold setting and a dab of a matte product.

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