The blowout haircut in the 1990s was very popular, but it disappeared as new styles emerged at the beginning of the new millennium. However, in recent years, it has been worn by many celebrities and sports personalities, and this has made the haircut come back in trend. While some men do wear the old school look, the cut now has many modern variants and most of them are influenced by other common hairdos. If you get things right and are a little imaginative with your style, you can wear the blowout as one of the best hairdos. The following haircuts are a good example of the amazing blowout down.
Rolled Up Faux
In this blowout haircut, the intensity and texture of the hair will get everyone’s attention, including the critics. What makes it even better is that the cute bangs are kept only in the middle where they are rolled up, and the sides give a classic mid-fade to keep all the attention on the longer mid-strands.
Golden highlights are uncommon among men but common among women. Nonetheless, in this messy top, the golden highlights show that even men and boys can look great in them. A side part is added to separate the highlights from the short sides to make things even more interesting.
This is another example that by keeping things simple and neat, you can still look great with a blowout. The flattop looks fantastic, and for as long as you have the right length, it will take the barber a shorter time to build this style than many others.
Grown Out Crown
Crowning will open many hairstyles for you and your only limitation will be your boldness. To separate the long top bangs from the fading ends, you can go with a shallow side part and then blow-dry the bangs before cutting them off.
You can always get an eye-catching hairdo if you are sufficiently patient and have the services of an experienced barber. This style combines a pompadour, a low undercut, and a side part to create what you can describe only as hair perfection.
Nowadays it’s always a question of getting the crown right and finishing off the style with a sides fade. As comparison to the conventional blowout, the longer top is wavy on this cut and slightly swept to the side and back and sides due to a high fade. It’s a fantastic hairdo for young men in particular.
The Fringe is a beautiful haircut and can be graded as a blowout depending on the style. Here, to create some texture, it is moderately trimmed and then extended to cover one or two inches of the forehead. Sides should be short or tapered razor shaved.
This cut has a longer top but is not uniform as it is tapered as you move towards the temple so that it can be mixed with shorter sides and backwards. Then the longer strands are styled to give them a perfect height of blowout.
Shaggy hairs are a distinct style nowadays, and they come in many different ways. Besides this, as shown here, they are also an easy hairdo to have. The long messy crowns are an acreative trimming product, but the sides and back are short and smooth finishes.
Initially, the buzz was a conservative military haircut, but nowadays various variations have been made to make it a modern one. The buzz at the top is overgrown in this particular variation while the sides have a zero fade.
A mullet is very versatile and you can wear it in many ways, but it always looks fabulous to keep it neat. Here the strands are divided into two parts with a portion in the middle of the face. The top part is pushed forward, then the other half is combed-back and styled into a mullet.
You don’t always have to dye your hair to get beautiful highlights as it always happens to men as their years go by. The white and gray hairs blend in with the color of the natural hair to produce a beautiful look that can enhance any hairdo. Here the natural highlights complement the longer sliced back crown.
Messy Curls with a Fade
Almost no shaping is done on the long top of this hairstyle, but it looks amazing due to the slight mess created when moved forward. The beautiful sides of the look were faded to perfection in order to finish.
One of the most stylish cuts for men who prefer longer hairstyles. The long bangs are produced with the shears in this cut and the strands are also pushed back and tapered to make the look even more appealing. It is completed by cutting the sides to a standard length and brief back.
This is a good example of a modern-style blowout look. At the crown, the hair is about inches and blow-dried to give it some height and then rolled to one side. Scissors are cut to less than half an inch to complete the sides and back.
You don’t have to overdo or overdo things to look outstanding with your blowout hairdos. This cut reveals this as all that is done is to shorten the hair by scissoring while leaving some longer bangs at the top with a fade on the sides. Also adding a nice twist to the hairstyle is the shallow side part.
A pair of shears in the skilled barber’s hands can leave you with a hairdo that anyone who sees you would like to take a second look. Here the shears at the top build a short spiky hairdo while the sides are neatly tapered in order to finish a bold look.
Hard part Blow-Dry
One of the most common things used to enhance hairdos is a hard part line and perfect for this particular cut. Besides the hard part line on the side, the blow-dried top and the soft fade on the sides both help to make this an impressive hairstyle for the modern man.
Short and gelled
The choice of hair product also plays an integral part in the way you look and so even if you get the right cut and miss the choice of product you won’t get the looks that you w w w The strands are shaved throughout the head in this haircut, short and uniform, and gelled to give them an almost curly appearance.
with impressive textures.
Curly with part
Curly hair is already a trend, so you’ve got to do little to make it look fantastic. As in this haircut, for example, all the wearer does is make a deep side part between the faded sides of the crown and temple and back.
This style’s top section is trimmed to create a pleasant texture and height. Then the strands are blow-dried and rolled to the side. Then the look is completed on the sides with a smooth taper.
If you naturally have wavy or curly strands, it will be easier for you to pull this look, but it may be easier for men with other types. The crown’s wavy locks should be about inches or longer. They’re gelled as well and then pushed back with a comb. In order to create a disconnection with the full beard, the sides and back should also be faded.
Instead of using regular or typical dark colors, if you’re bold enough, you can try white style. The white color does all the magic in the hairdo as it’s unique, but at the top there’s also a shallow part and some sides and back tapering.
Crown Slick Back
Some men know how to look elegant with the correct hairdo. The size of the top hair and the undercut design is amazing in this haircut, but the slick back makes it all much better.