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!
#9: Fun Men’s Hairstyle With Rough Spikes
You don’t have to be a hipster to rock a nice spiky style. In this photo, Erik Valdez is all about button-up collared shirts like a true gentleman, but his hair still fits right in. For this piecey, disheveled style, use your wax when your hair is still generally wet to give off a more carefully constructed look. People will look at you and know you put care into your routine that morning.
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