40 Brand New Asian Men Hairstyles

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#29: Short Textured Asian Men Hairstyle

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This hairstyle is tried and true. Shaofeng Feng recently tried it out at a movie premiere, going with a safe yet stylish look. To achieve this cute style, have the sides of your hair trimmed shorter than the top, and then get the top and back point cut for the subtle spikes. Run a setting gel through your damp hair and let it set.

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#2: Spiked Style

Spiked hair has been made wildly popular over the years with various anime shows, and luckily it isn’t restricted to a certain age range. Any man with typical Asian hair can get a cut that is layered into long spikes.

#3: Top Ponytail with Shaved Sides

Asian men hairstyles don’t have to be high maintenance. For this look, the hair was simply shaved on the sides with the top section pulled up into a ponytail. Pair this with some hipster glasses, and you will go to the head of the class!

#4: Party Up Top

With the shaved back and sides, leave hair long on the top for a good spin on a retro, youthful style. This will work on any Asian guy that is feeling fun and funky. Perfect for the gym, a college class or even a casual date, this hipster look is endearing and attractive without being too childish.

#5: Simple Cut for Thick Hair

Korean men tend to have thicker hair than other Asian nationalities, and you can take advantage of this texture with specially cut styles. This one is left a bit wild to give off a laid-back persona that can still get down to business.

#6: Romantically Rugged Men’s Cut with Beard

Like other ethnicities, Asian hairstyles for men are currently inspired by the lumberjack look. Girls go crazy for facial hair, and this thick beard paired with loosely styled layered hair is very popular.

#7: Men’s Side Part Hairstyle

Mixed-race men can grow a thick head of hair, and will need a haircut that accentuates it. This side-swept style is perfect for medium to thick locks that desire a new look. The side part is really popular now, and it truly stands the test of time. If you decide to add facial hair later, you will have plenty more greatness to work with.

#8: Men’s Hair with Design

A fade haircut can look amazing on Asian hair. Choose a design to add some extra style to the fade. While you can get this done at any barber, you may want to consider visiting an African-American salon where they specialize in fade designs.

#9: Mighty and Spiky Style for Men

Asian men hairstyles don’t need to be flat or severe. Get some height and personality to match any season. This cut is popular with the younger generation, but older guys with the right personality can pull it off too.

#10: Unique Shaping

Again inspired by modern anime, today’s Asian boys love the long and spiked look. Utilizing defined angles on the sideburns and back of the head, this cut is much more progressive than those that have been around for generations.

#11: Chinese Fade

This fade into faux hawk hairstyle is popular with all ages. Inspired by Chinese style, it’s certainly not limited to only one ethnicity. This style works best with thin to medium hair, as thick hair will tend to fight against the faux hawk style. Use a strong hair gel to make sure your spikes last all day.

#12: Slicked Back Men’s Style

When it comes to hairstyles for Asian men, this no-nonsense, slicked back look is very popular, because it’s reminiscent of styles from the past decades. Asian hair that is straight and soft is perfect when you’re ready to revamp a fade haircut.

#13: Funky Asian Men Hairstyle

Show off your good looks by adding in some bright streaks of color. From temporary chalking to permanent dye, there are many hues and dye mediums to choose from. Get the sides faded and brush the top strands forward to make the color really pop against your face.

#14: Long and Loose

Are you still dreaming of the rock star life? At least you can have the hair with this long, stringy style that screams grungy hipness. Grow hair out and you won’t have to do much else.

#15: Short Blow Back

Asian men tend to have very flattering face shapes, which means you can get away with exposing lots of forehead which other nationalities not always can afford. When it comes to Asian male hairstyles, this cut works well even for the receding hairline.

#16: Faded Design

Looking for something different? Embrace warm weather days with a fade haircut that features unique shaping. You can choose from an endless variety of designs, leaving you with plenty of creative expression.

#17: Serious Spikes

Not quite a Mohawk, this style is edgy and fun for a metro guy ready to try something new. Best of all, it can also be worn down with length if you want a change of pace or wish to go a bit more casual.

#18: Edgy Long Hairstyle

Let’s get romantic but not overly sweet with a medium length style that the ladies will love. If you’re looking for Asian hairstyles men love, this will reign supreme, thanks to its irresistible sex appeal. Brush it back or wear it parted to the side – a light mousse will keep it in place without making hair stiff or sticky.

#19: Tapered Layers

Get your hair cut at varying angles and lengths to achieve the tapered layers that are fun to wear and great for photos. The straighter and thicker your hair is, the better this will work. Get hold of some strong product and mess with the layers until you get the look you love.

#20: Traditional Cut for Dark Hair

Dark, Asian hair is lovely no matter how you wear it, and a traditional cut is no exception. This boy-next-door look is something you’ve likely been familiar with since elementary school, and it fortunately never goes out of style.

#21: Focused Front Asian Men Hairstyle

Designer Vern Yip recently sported a seriously sharp gelled up hair look at a UNICEF event. Showing that middle aged men can still pull off a youthful hair look, this style was achieved by sectioning off the front portion of hair and then spiking it with fingers while using a setting gel. The rest of the hair is brushed back for a more pronounced final look.

#22: Sideswept Longer Asian Style

Restauranteur Michael Chow is used to being in the kitchen, but for a recent black tie event he fancied up with a longer hairstyle. Asian men with broad round faces and potential hair loss can grow their hair out a bit longer as Chow did, and sweep it to the side to balance the face proportions and give the illusion of thicker, fuller hair.

#23: Modern Front Brush

Styling mousses can be used for styles that have a light lift, but rather lay down flat instead of just sticking up, as was exemplified by Jason Zhang Jie at a recent awards show. Comb all hair to the front and use the product to flatten hair against the forehead. This look is accomplished with short sides and back as a contrast to the longer front. Have your quiff angled for a more dramatic look.

#24: Throwback Asian Hair

Paying homage to the 1990s, Miyavi recently showed up at a movie premiere with a stylish undercut, paired with long brushed back top hair. Finished off with perhaps a bit too much gel, this hairstyle is trendy again for the first time since the 90s along with those overalls and combat boots.

#25: Rugged Formal Asian Men Hairstyle

International and classy, Hiroyuki Sanada added some casual flair to his black tie ensemble with a neatly trimmed goatee and loosely slicked back hair. His longer hair grazes his shoulders, and a light styling product was used to keep it brushed back and off the face.

#26: Youthful Fun Asian Hair

Osric Chau is young and fun-loving, and in this recent photo he has hair to match his nature. Placing wild spikes all over with strong-hold gel, this youthful hairstyle is quick, easy and fun to wear. Pair it with some bright-colored clothes and a leather jacket, and feel like an easy-going high school kid again!

#27: Soap Opera Sweep

Able to play many nationalities onscreen thanks to his multicultural look, the General Hospital star chose to play it simple in life with a backswept hairstyle that exudes both romance and drama. Using a light hold styling product, Shen used a blowdryer on damp hair to achieve the cool lift and height on top. One trick to this look – make sure your eyebrows are well-groomed, as they will appear more prominent with your hair pulled up and back this way.

#28: Salt And Pepper Medium Men’s Hairstyle

Director Peter Chan rocked medium salt and pepper layers at the Venice Film Festival last year. His hair looks all natural and perfectly styled. If you are an Asian man with thicker strands, get your hair layered. You can then achieve this style with an off-centered part, blowdryer and round, large-barreled brush to flip up the ends.

#29: Short Textured Asian Men Hairstyle

This hairstyle is tried and true. Shaofeng Feng recently tried it out at a movie premiere, going with a safe yet stylish look. To achieve this cute style, have the sides of your hair trimmed shorter than the top, and then get the top and back point cut for the subtle spikes. Run a setting gel through your damp hair and let it set.

#30: Long Hair Don’t Care

Ko Mori went with an independent look for the Independent Spirit Awards. With basically zero effort, he worked a styling gel through his hair and tousled it while still damp. Let it air dry to achieve this messy, casual look that pairs well with a suit or tuxedo.

#31: Strategically Lush Asian Men Hairstyle

When your hair is not as thick as desired, you may tousle it into strategically placed locations, including the forehead. Take caution with styling gel – while necessary, using too much will rather give away your thinning hair secret than conceal it.

#32: Straight Up Spikes

At a recent Armani show, this Asian male model had his hair brushed up and away from the face while damp, securing it with a strong-hold gel. The sides are also brushed back and trimmed shorter than the top section.

#33: Boy-Next-Door Look

Who wouldn’t want to bring sweet-looking Brandon Soo Hoo home to meet mom and dad? With his classic middle school haircut, he pulls off the boy-next-door look with ease. For this style, just get a temple fade cut, and don’t forget to use a styling product.

#34: Male Box Braids

Not just African-American actresses or that novelty souvenir from a trip to Jamaica, Asian males can also rock box braids. Tatsuya Nakamura recently did just that by having his hair professionally braided in the classic African style. Black hair from any ethnicity looks awesome in braids, and they are relatively simple to care for, making them a popular choice for celebs who are craving to look great, but rather casual.

#35: Punked Out Asian Men Hairstyle

Complementing his earring and all-black ensemble, Duke Dumont’s hair is short, gelled and reminiscent of the 80’s punk style. If you have fine hair, this idea will suit you well. Add some light facial hair for a more masculine look.

#36: Long Straight Asian Strands

All smiles at a recent movie premiere, Dat Phan went for a super straight hairstyle with chunky bangs. This look is fairly easy to achieve with a flat iron – the trick is having the strands cut into chunky layers in the front and on the sides.

#37: Funky Asian Men Hairstyle

Asians may look interesting with blonde hair, as is modeled by Chu Ishikawa. Shaved on the sides and teased on top, a very light setting product keeps the center section up and extreme.

#38: Edgy Asian Male Hair

There’s something inherently likeable about an Asian actor with a good boy haircut, and Tong Dawei was no exception to this rule at the last year’s Venice Film Festival. Going with a classic little boy hair cut complete with subtle center spikes, hair gel really holds this look together both in the 3rd grade and now.

#39: Simple Asian Men Hairstyle

PSY is his own show, and there’s no need for a flashy hair do. His hair is classic, brushed back and side parted for a clean cut appearance to go with that tuxedo.

#40: Geeky and Grand

Grant Imahara is geek chic at an awards show that celebrates all things nerdy. It almost seems as if he turned a bad haircut into a stylish feat with the tousled placement and a quality hair product. If you have a broad forehead, consider brushing some strands forward as Imahara did for a friendly, attractive look.

So, if you’re a modern, stylish Asian male, rest assured plenty of creative hair options exist there to keep you looking handsome and relevant at any gathering. From stylish spikes to the clean cut charm, take one of these ideas with you to the salon at your next visit.