What do you think? Is this style worth your time?
So here’s a trend question for the men: would you rock man-braids? While it can vary, for the most part the hairstyle can look like the upgraded person of a man-bun or a ponytail. Seen on the streets and on fashion runways, the look is a great way for men to experiment with long hair.
Is this new hairstyle for men here to stay? We let you be the judge. Here are 5 wearable ways you can rock a man-braid.
Man braid styles to rock
Subtle side braids
For a subtle approach on braids, you may even consider the subtle side braid. It works for a half-up-half down ponytail (such as the one above) and you can even use it to add a bit more dimension to other long hairstyles for men. One thing to note though, it may be a bit harder to braid smaller sections — but practice makes perfect!
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Starting off with a basic low ponytail braid is probably the easiest way to get in on the trend. To get the look, just sweep your long hair back and do a simple 3-part braid. Then secure with a hair tie at the end. Throw on a hat and you’re good to go.
High ponytail braid
This is a take on the high ponytail. Instead of wrapping it into a man-bun or letting the ponytail swish around behind you as you walk — just braid it up. Separate the braids a little bit to give it that rough, unfinished-look. To add even more texture, you can apply a pea-sized amount of the TONI&GUY Mattifying Putty for Men. It gives texture with long-lasting hold and the ideal product to create a casual cool look with a matte finish.
This proves that french braids look great on anyone. This style is great for when you want your hair out of your face but you want something a little more stylized than the typical half-up pony. So men, maybe it’s time to practice your french braid?
If you’re still on the fence with man-braids, then ease yourself into the style with hidden braids. Braid one or two sections of hair and keep it hidden with the rest of your locks. Secure the braid with a mattifying putty instead of a hair tie to keep the braid casual and loose.
So what do you think…is this a hair trend you’d be rocking any time soon?