5 Hairstyles for Men that the Women will Love

by KimberleyLaws

Not sure what hairstyle to go for this year? Here are a few of the hottest trends on the runways that will have the women looking your way.

You've labored hard to achieve swelling biceps and rock-hard abs and you look amazing--but all that hard work is hidden under a layer of clothes. How can you attract the women without ripping off your shirt in public places? Well, women love hair and an up-to-date, well-executed style will win them over every time.
Here are five of the hottest men's hair trends to hit runways and movie screens this year.

1. Plenty of Tousles

Harry Styles



Even if you don't own a set of pipes like One Direction's Harry Styles, those among you who have curly or wavy hair can achieve his tousled do. This untamed style is huge on the runways this year--but it is not supposed to touch the shoulders or look unkempt.

The best way to create this look is to use a volumizing powder and run it through your entire head right to the roots. Make the "suggestion" of a part on the side using your fingers. Remember that this year's look isn't messy--just purposefully disorderly.


2. Top Heavy

Robert Pattinson



The Twilight Saga's Robert Pattinson is a hands down fav among the ladies. With his hair tamed at the sides and partying on top, he is right in style according to the catwalks of Milan and New York.

To achieve this look, you will need to have your hair cut short at the sides with some length left on top. Use some sculpting cream to push the sides back and keep them in place. Next, with your fingers, sculpt the top the way you like it. And don't worry excessively about where your hair falls--this style is meant to be an easy-going look and shouldn't require much effort.

3. 1970s Rock Star Hair

Brad Pitt




















Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, and Criss Angel have long sported "rock and roll" hair and the fashion runways have finally caught up to them. Check out some old seventies rock bands--The Who or Led Zeppelin--and you'll have the right idea. Avoid the ZZ Top look though--they've pushed the length a little too far for 2013.

Long hair must be conditioned and detangled, plus split ends need to be trimmed regularly. In the summer, it is like wearing a wool scarf. But if you like this look and are willing to put forth the effort, the women will love it.

4. The Peak

Channing Tatum























The peak has been a longtime favorite. The modern version, sported here by Channing Tatum, is shorter on the sides and the top than last year's style.

To maintain this look, use a small amount of gel and finger-style the front. Don't use too much product--the crunchy look is out--and keep your peak below an inch in length.


5. Tidy Sideways Part

Ryan Gosling


The sideways part is a timeless classic that never really goes out of style, This year's version is a more extreme with the part starting at the mid-eyebrow as Ryan Gosling's does. For those who dare, 2013 invites you to move the part even further to the side if you so desire.

To best achieve this style, use a product that will keep your hair smooth and glossy--but don't go overboard. You don't want it to look wet. Plus, this style's part is more defined, so you will need to use a comb and not your fingers.


This year's hairstyles offer something for everyone--from clean-cut professional to a rocker-inspired mane. The trick is to find the look that suits your face, works with your hair's natural texture, and is manageable for you to maintain. With the right cut and some product, your hair will have the girls wanting to touch it.

Updated: 04/22/2013, KimberleyLaws
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KimberleyLaws on 04/22/2013

I'm more of a wash & wear girl, myself, but you'd be surprised how fashion conscious many men are becoming. Thanks for your comments, Catana.

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