One of the most famous and very flattering styles for guys is spikes. This style is never out of trend and it has the strange ability to suit most of the facial features and hair types. Another best feature that attracts guys to this style is that it does not take much time to maintain it. With little changes in the style of the spikes and hair length, you can manage to have a completely different look. So go for spikes this time and check the following ideas for inspiration.
Let us check first the classic spikes. Classic spikes, with a touch of ruffle, look great. In this style hair is typically vertical with shorter sides, but not faded or fully shaved. In classic spikes, you have to maintain all the hair on the top of your head with some product but there is no need of arranging them in a line starting from the crown to the back. They have been appreciated since the past century and this style is still popular in teens and young men.
Spikes With Volume
Hair with volume makes it pretty easy to maintain spikes with some matte product. With voluminous hair, keep the sides short but make sure that they aren’t very short. Work the spikes on top with your fingers and also with some product. They add personality to your hair.
Spikes With Undercut
If you want to emphasize your spikes, go for undercut. The undercut defines the spikes boldly. Manage a clean line at the border of your hair at the neck and sides. But in this style, do not grow your hair on the top of your head so long. Keep the length medium to balance the undercut.
Coarse Hair Spikes
Coarse hair aids spikes naturally. The ends of the hair stick upwards without any extra product or styling trick. Go for a haircut that is in round shape with temple fade. Hair should be kept short at the sides of the neck and behind the head. The hair on top of the head is then easy to be maintained.
Long spikes can create dramatic effects, especially, if you keep them long at the front. You need some products to help your hair spike up.
Ruffle your hair and maintain that tousled texture. Now, manage spikes not exactly vertical but prominent and bold. They just look great and bestow upon you a friendly aura.
Sharp Spikes With Low Fade
This is a classy haircut style in spikes. Maintain a high-low fade around the neck, at the temple and sides. Leave the hair on top evenly cut in medium length. Work with spikes and keep the direction of spikes slightly tilted towards back at the front of your head. This style is one of the most striking options in trendsetting spikes. So, you can go for it with full confidence and it will never let you down.