When the first time I heard about this term "Emo Hairstyle" was back to 2005 while I was traveled in Europe. Now, this Emo hairstyle trends become the fast track to popularity among the younger crowd, from US to Europe and across Asia.
A tangent from the gothic or punk sub–culture, the emo hairstyle transcends the realm of styling your hair simply to look good and becomes an expressive form. The emo hairstyle allows the expression of individuality and creativeness. The basic emo hairstyle can be found as a short look or as a long look with similarities between the two.
Short Emo Hairstyle
Man short emo haircut involves a short and spiky cut with very long bangs. With this style, the bangs are worn in a long fringe that lies over the face, but brushed to one side. The bangs essentially cover one eye, completely or almost completely. This fringe of bangs presents a canvas that can be used to express individuality with highlights and streaks.
Long Emo Hairstyle
Man long emo haircut involves a long and shaggy cut. With this style, the bangs are worn in a long fringe and brushed to one side of the face in the same manner as with the short emo haircut. The long bangs are parted to one side of the face with the right side being the more popular one to flip the bangs to fall upon.
Emo Hairstyle Highlights
To add on more creativity and style, men with emo hairstyles also add on highlights, or streaks. In fact, coloring the bangs in a spectrum of shades that range from light to dark or vice-versa is a real eye catcher. According to well known hairstylist "Most popular colors for highlights currently tend to be red or purple."
So whether you like it or not, emo hairstyles will most likely still be one of the most popular men hairstyle trends in 2009.
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