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1950s Men’s Hairstyles Still in Trend Today

Hairstyles are like the cover of a book. People tend to notice the hair first in the overall appearance of a person. Before the 1950s, men’s hairstyles weren’t even a thing as it was considered a female business. It was about to change forever, leaving an impact that still resonates nowadays. The slick back or side-part style occupied much of the 1920s and 1930s but it was the decade of the 1950s that brought the revolution to men’s hairstyles. They let their hair longer and did all sorts of different experiments with it. Note that haircare and grooming products weren’t popular terms back then, but the era of the 1950s was about to redefine the entire men’s style industry. We’ll take a look at 10 of the most popular or considered the best 1950s men’s hairstyles and how most of them are still in trend. Old is gold! Side Part Hairstyle The most basic or, let’s say most traditional of men’s hairstyles. It is and will remain in trend all the time. Invented back around …

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Eboy Style: Haircuts + Hairstyles

When talking about eboy hairstyle it is all about emphasizing your natural hair texture and features. From short, messy, natural to crazy colors dyed hair. The trend aims towards expressing your individuality while enhancing what you already got. A lot of people think that eboy style and its haircuts and hairstyles are new, but the fact is the eboy cuts have been on vogue since the 90s, mostly with the name curtain haircut. For a good reference about the eboy style, look at it as a mix of k-pop, dyed hair, painted nails with rings and dark clothing. It is a mix of both emo and hipster style but still something completely new.   Dyed hair is a key component of the eboy look. Many people think that eboys have the style of South Korean boy bands like BTS but, for instance, Timothée Chalamet is a huge Hollywood example proving that this eboy hairstyle is not limited to k-pop fans only. The 24-year-old American actor is the quintessential representation of the millennial eboy look. The …