Spiky hairstyles for men are so nineties—except that they are totally not. While the spiky hair movement did reach the high point of its popularity during the time when The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was on TV and everyone wore their baggy pants too low, it never faded away like all the other fads. In fact, it only got better with time!
#16: Side-Oriented Spiky Hairstyle for Men
It’s like Beyoncé sings—to the left, to the left. Kurt Yeager combs his spiky hair to the left so that it all falls spectacularly to one side. To mimic this style at home, you’ll need to let your washed hair dry until it’s only slightly damp. Then, spread wax through it generously. The last step is to take a comb and run it through in whichever direction you prefer. It’s an unbalanced masterpiece.
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