Let’s be realistic for a moment—hair loss is something that most men have thought about. Whether it’s vanity or the realization that old age is approaching, it’s a worrisome topic that many wish they could prevent. While a receding hairline or male pattern baldness might be inevitable for some, the roots of the problem have been greatly exaggerated over time. The truth has been tangled up in a weave of misconceptions, you might say. So now it’s time to unravel some of the old truths that tie many up in knots.
Hair is a very important part of who we are as human beings. In the olden days, hair was referred to as our “crown” and was a unique identifier of different groups of people. In present times, haircuts are important for maintaining healthy hair, for encouraging growth and for maintaining the aesthetic that sets us apart in crowds.
The fade haircut has been a popular part of American culture since the 1980s. While the haircut originated in Black culture, many men of different ethnicities love the tailored look and classic stylings of the fade. If you are thinking about getting a fade haircut, here are some tips and tricks you need to know.
We are sure that you have had a moment where a haircut looked good on you but did not look as good as on your colleague or friend and vice-versa. No, it was not the barber’s fault – it was no one’s fault actually. So what went wrong? Most likely, the shape of your face and the face of your colleague or friend are different. This happens a lot of times.
In real life, though women hairstyles look as stylish as you can get in the pages of any trendy fashion magazine, men hairstyles are just to die for as much. The Barber Chair team handpicked the trending hairstyles for men in 2021; go through each of them and take your pick.