…And how to create them.
1. Long hair.
If you’ve grown it out on purpose, or just couldn’t be bothered going to get it cut, you need to take care of your long hair. First of all, get yourself a good shampoo and a good conditioner to make sure your long locks stay clean and healthy… but why stop there? Try using a leave in mask once a week, you will see the difference!
How: Just don’t cut the length! Remember that conditioner and leave in cream should only be used in the length, and not the roots, to avoid making the hair heavy and greasy.
2. Ronaldo Hair
Like many other prominent football players, Ronaldo likes to switch up his hairstyle. But one things remains the same, you would need a hurricane to make the smallest dent to his hairdo. Ronaldo accomplishes his look by using hair gel whilst his hair is still wet.
How: Put some of the product on the palms of your hands and rub it around in upward movements.
3. The messy look.
Practically an art form. The goal is to get just the right amount of messy, without it looking like you spent a minute working on it. “My hair? Oh, I just woke up like this”
How: Put the chosen product in your hair, and work through it with your hands to make it look messy. Start in the back and work your way to the front.
3. The Mohawk. (And other statement looks with spikes.)
You need a hair product which is up for the challenge.
Shape you mohawk using a wax or gel with strong hold. You can also use tools like a hair straightener to make sure your hair stays in place. Finishing up with hair spray is a must!
How: This can be tricky stuff, so learn from the professionals and check with Wikihow. Here’s one way to do it: http://www.wikihow.com/Put-up-a-Mohawk-or-Liberty-Spikes
5. The Classic
The internet has spoken. It doesn’t matter what you google, as long as it contains “hair” and “men”, David Beckham pops up. His latest backslick and beard-combination seem to be really popular with both guys and the ladies.
How: Apply the product in wet hair, and use a round brush, together with a hair-dryer, to comb back the top section until the hair is dry. If you want to make sure the hair stays in place all day, use some hair spray to keep it in place.