Hairstyles for men with glasses

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There are many different hairstyles for men. There are hairstyles that look good with men who have certain face shapes, lifestyles, ages, hair colours and hair textures. There are hairstyles that look good with men who wear glasses and men who don't. For almost any occasion, style or mood there is a hairstyle that fits. The choices can be overwhelming, but some styles work better than others.

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The Caesar Cut

The Caesar cut is short with a straight fringe cut horizontally. The hair is layered all over at around 1 to 2 inches. It is a haircut modelled and named after Julius Caesar, arguably Rome's most famous ruler. The Caesar cut is now very popular, particularly among African-American men, and is a great choice for a long-faced man who wears glasses because it helps break up the length of the face.

The Faux-Hawk

The faux-hawk hairstyle is literally a fake Mohawk. With an actual Mohawk, both sides of the head are usually shaved or cut very short to the skin, and there is a small to medium strip of longer hair left in the middle. The faux-hawk, on the other hand, still leaves a small to medium strip of longer hair in the middle but the sides are considerably longer than with a Mohawk. This hairstyle is great for men with glasses because it creates contrast between the "crazy" hair and the mature look glasses usually create.

The Long, Layered Cut

The long, layered cut is a messy but structured, top-heavy hairdo that is easy to maintain. Usually, this cut features long, seemingly dishevelled fringe. The look is particularly fashionable because it gives the illusion of carefree grooming and is great for men with glasses because the seemingly unkempt look of the hair contrasts well with the sharp, clean look of glasses. This hairstyle also goes well with almost any face shape.

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