Hairstyles for teens, even teen boys, are very important. It defines a part of their image. It says, "I'm cool," or "My mom made me get this." For a teen boy, it is better not to make a rash decision on a haircut and find out that you hate it, but instead to look at the options and choose one that represents who you are and what you want the hairstyle to say.
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Short and layered hairstyles are easily adapted to other styles. You can put product in and style it, or go without and still look cool. You can choose on a day-to-day basis what you want to do with this style, giving yourself a fresh look whenever you want. You can also choose to have layers at different hair lengths, so if you decide to grow your hair out, you won't have to cut it first in order for it to look good.
The shag looks exactly how it sounds: shaggy but cool. According to Become Gorgeous, Zac Efron and Justin Bieber frequently sport the shag hairstyle. The edgy hair covering the ears and sometimes hiding the eyes gives a mysterious feel. The shag is another adaptable hairstyle, since you can have a shag at various lengths of medium and long.
Short and Spiky
Short hair with the top gelled to spike up is a staple hair cut. One good thing about this style is that you are not committed to having it every day after it is cut. You can choose to sport a clean-cut look by simply not gelling your hair that day. The hard part about this style is that is does require daily maintenance if you want this look every day. You will need to always have products to use in order to get the spiky effect. Products you can use for this style include gel, which should last all day, mousse, which you can use to style your hair when it is wet, and hairspray to add extra protection to your style.
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