If you want to stand out (for better or worse) then try one of these styles.
...some of these are laughable so don't hold me accountable if you attempt any of these.
12. Mohawk Variations
These don't really need a description as it would be hard to confuse them with any other style. If you want one of these then be warned that it may require a lot of patience and maintenance.
C. Reverse Mohawk
I bet this one was invented by a hairstylist that f*cked up.
E. Liberty Spikes
F. Psychobilly Wedge
Kudos if you know who this is (the letters in the background are a hint). I remember in an interview once he was talking about one time he was at an airport and one of the security people asked him to take off his hat. He said 'Um, that's my hair.' XD
I could write an entire take, perhaps two, on mohawk variations alone but that's enough. Sure, they're different, unique, but they're too weird for my liking.
13. Rat Tail
Who thought this was a good idea?
Guys, I think we better leave this one to the girls.
15. The Man Bun
You could probably get away with this one if you're sexy. Either ways, I think it should go.
16. The Weeknd (Dreadlocks)
Head like a f*cking pineapple. Kudos if you get my possibly obscure reference.
This is a mixed bag of hairstyles involving hair that is: long, straight, covering one eye, dyed black, dyed multiple colours, layered, and/or spiky.
Of all the eccentric hair styles I've covered in this take, I actually like emo styles. I've tried to go for such a style before but it's not practical. How can people grow their hair out in front of their eyes? It gets in the way. Also, if your hair isn't straight then it's a nuisance trying to get and keep it straight as any bit of rain, sweat, or humidity will cause it to curl back up. My verdict is that it's very stylish but too high maintenance.
Why does it seem like men get stuck with so many crappy hairstyles? I'm hoping I can find something better for future takes.... Though I suppose it helps to get the bad styles out of the way in a process of elimination.
Perhaps part 4 will cover long styles but I'm open to other suggestions, other themes.
Here's the link to part 2 (short styles) if you missed it: