15 Trendy Long Hairstyles And Haircuts For Teenage Guys

15 Trendy Long Hairstyles For Teenage Guys

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Teens love experimenting with their hairs. If your young man is bored of sporting the same short hairstyle always and wants to go trendy with long hair, we can help you.

MomJunction features different cool long hairstyles and haircuts for teenage Guys. Here’s a chance for you to help your boy choose a look for the right hair makeover.

Long Hairstyles For Teenage Guys

1. Quiff hairstyle

Quiff hairstyle

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Adding layers of volume and dimension to a guy’s hair, a quiff is very stylish and classy.

You will need:

  • A comb
  • Salt spray
  • Blow-dryer
  • Hairspray

How to style it:

  1. Create a side parting.
  2. Comb a significant part of the hair against the parting.
  3. Spray some salt spray to add texture to the hair.
  4. Blow-dry the hair upwards for adding lift and volume.
  5. Reinforce the created side part with a comb once again.
  6. Use the comb to gather the hair in the center for the quiff.
  7. Comb the sides and back of the hair from top to bottom.
  8. Finish off with some hairspray in the quiff.

2. Long wavy fringe hairstyle

Long wavy fringe hairstyle

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If your teen is seeking an unusual yet awesome hairstyle, here’s the perfect one for him.

You will need:

  • Blow-dryer
  • Brush or comb
  • Hair gel or wax
  • Texturizing mousse

How to style it:

  1. Blow-dry the hair. Keep brushing the hair with a wide-tooth comb while blow-drying it. This gives a natural shape to the hair.
  2. Apply hair wax at the sides and back of the head once the blow drying is done.
  3. Scrunch the fringes using a texturizing mousse to give it a nice messy look instead of making it look well-kempt. It will also add some bounce.

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3. Long side part

Long side part

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This haircut is ideal for showing off the face shape and smartly maintaining long hair.

You will need:

  • A tail comb
  • Hair gel or spray

How to style it:

  1. When your hair is medium in length, using a tail comb, make an unequal parting, with most of the hair on the left and much lesser on the right side.
  2. Tell your hairstylist to buzz the hairs on the right side with a hair clipper; that will make the facial features enhanced.
  3. Ask your hairstylist to chop off long hairs from the back, and keep it in a neat medium level.
  4. Now, apply some hair gel and comb your hair on the left to flaunt the look.

4. The long straight hair part

The long straight hair part

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If your teen has good quality long hair, he should try something different.

You will need:

  • Hairbrush
  • Hair dryer
  • Hairspray

How to style it:

  1. Have your teen’s hairstylist cut his hair unevenly, making short and long layers.
  2. After shampooing the hair, blow dry it in medium heat to keep the waviness intact.
  3. Make a middle parting, and comb it through to let go of any tangles.
  4. When nicely combed, apply some hairspray to hold the hair in the face because it will be loose at all times.

5. Slick comb over

Slick comb over

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For teen guys with long hair, there is a bevy of ideas to style it. A slick hairstyle adds oomph and groove.

You will need:

  • Hair clipper
  • Hair comb
  • Hair mousse

How to style it:

  1. Get the hairstylist buzz both sides of the face with a hair clipper, while keeping the long center hair intact. You can do this at home too. This makes the look clean.
  2. Now, brush the long hair smoothly.
  3. Apply a good amount of hair mousse in the center to hold it in shape.
  4. Taking a comb, slick the middle hair backward evenly.

[ Read: Updo Hairstyles For Teenagers ]

6. Undercut with long curly fringe

Undercut with long curly fringe

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The undercut long fringe haircut defies the belief that styling doesn’t work in curly hair. This haircut celebrates the natural frizzy curls in the front while the back is shaved and clean.

You will need:

  • Blow-dryer
  • Comb
  • Volumizing mousse

How to style it:

  1. Blow-dry the entire hair.
  2. Use a wide-tooth comb to remove any tangles.
  3. Apply hair volumizing mousse, either matte or shiny, on the top of the hair. Run your fingers through each strand of the fringe.
  4. The back and sides of the neck are trimmed short to maintain an undercut look.

7. Low man-bun

Low man-bun

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Man buns are always chic and never go out of trend. A teen with long hair must try this refreshing look.

You will need:

  • Hair serum
  • Hairbrush
  • Elastic band

How to style it:

  1. Shampoo the hair thoroughly. Once it is dry, apply hair serum to keep the hair texture smooth.
  2. You can choose to blow dry your hair if it’s very messy or brush the entire hair in a backward motion.
  3. Without doing any parting, grab the lower section of the loose hair, and tie it up using a band somewhere behind the neck.
  4. For a clean look, apply some hairspray to get rid of any loose ends.

8. Wavy long hairstyle

Wavy long hairstyle

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Waves bring variation to the regular curly or straight hair. They make the hair look voluminous and nicely put up. This makes for an excellent hairstyle for teens.

You will need:

  • Comb
  • Wide-toothed comb
  • Hair volumizing mousse

How to style it:

  1. Create a slight middle part using a comb.
  2. Untangle the hair strands with a wide-toothed comb.
  3. Now take some hair volumizing mousse and run your fingers all over the hair from the front to backward giving it a nice back slick.
  4. Keep the hair loose. Occasionally, accessorize with a headband.

9. Bob cut fringe with streaks

Bob cut fringe with streaks

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If your young man wants to try something truly unique, a man-bob with streaks of cool colors is one hairstyle he can sport.

You will need:

  • A comb and hairspray

How to style it:

  1. Get your man a bowl cut and asymmetrical bangs in the front of the forehead.
  2. Ask the hairstylist to pick up small strands of hair from the forehead area and streak them with a variation of colors.
  3. Your teen may choose just one color or different colors for the streaks.
  4. Apply some hairspray and comb the hair to get a neat look.

10. Mohawk hairstyle

Mohawk hairstyle

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Mohawk hair is all about visibly longer hair in the middle of the head, with clean or closely cut sides.

You will need:

  • Blow-dryer
  • Comb
  • Salt spray

How to style it:

  1. Wash the hair thoroughly.
  2. Pat the hair dry but keep it a little damp.
  3. Take a high heat blow dryer to dry the hair directed towards the top of the head.
  4. Brush the lifted hair from the head to the crown.
  5. Run your hands through the lifted Mohawk section of the hair and tousle it up.
  6. Use a salt texturizing spray on the Mohawk to hold it in place.
  7. Brush the rest of the hair flat with a comb.

[ Read: Cute Hairstyles For Boys ]

11. Low fade man half-ponytail

Low fade man half-ponytail

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A half-ponytail adds a quick lift and flair to a long natural hair, while the low fade adds style and elegance.

You will need:

  • Volumizing serum or mousse
  • Wide-toothed comb
  • Hairband

How to style it:

  1. Grab a section of the hair from the front and start backcombing it using a wide-toothed comb. ii. Backcombing adds volume to the hair naturally.
  2. Now, apply some hair serum or mousse to the hair.
  3. Grab all the hair from the front and back of the head and then twist it into a bun.
  4. Tie it up using a band.
  5. Take a comb and lightly comb the rest of the hair flat to give it a clean finish.

12. High man-bun

High man-bun

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The perk of having long hair is that it is very versatile. Its style is accomplished in seconds.

You will need:

  • Flat hairbrush
  • Tail comb
  • Hairspray
  • Elastic band

How to style it:

  1. Brush your hair gently backward to remove any tangles.
  2. Using a tail comb, grab all the hair backward.
  3. Lift the entire hair up from the back of the head.
  4. Hold the hair high and tie a bun.
  5. The hair will not fall on the face and looks neat.

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Long Haircut Styles for Teenage Guys

Let’s now see some fun and cool haircut ideas for your teenager.

13. Messy bowl cut/ mushroom cut with longer fringe

Messy bowl cut mushroom cut with longer fringe

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For a teen with wavy curls and slightly long hair, this cut is unique.

You will need:

  • Hair mousse

How to style it:

  1. The first step is to go for a mushroom cut. However, tell the hairstylist not to chop off the long back curls.
  2. A mushroom cut will hide a more prominent forehead and give the appearance of fringes.
  3. After brushing the hair gently, apply some hair mousse to gain added texture. It will also help the hair retain its wavy nature.
  4. Do not brush the hair after applying the mousse. Run your fingers through to ace that messy look.

14. Short layer-cut medium hairstyle

Short layer-cut medium hairstyle

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Here is a carefree, long hairstyle for you.

How to style it:

  1. Ask your hairstylist to cut your hair in layers from the center of the head to the back. Make sure not to make bangs.
  2. The smaller layers of hair will automatically fall on the forehead.
  3. Shampoo your hair.
  4. Dry off your hair to retain the waviness.
  5. Apply some hair mousse to create volume and texture and run your fingers through your hair. Do not use a comb.
  6. You may use accessories like cool bandanas or headbands for added style.

[ Read: Stylish Haircuts For Teenage Girls ]

15. High fade with slick back haircut

High fade with slick back haircut

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High fade slick black hair is both easy and in fashion. It gives the neatest look to the most unruly of hair.

You will need:

  • Hair clipper
  • Hair styling gel

How to style it:

  1. Choose one fade line for the haircut.
  2. Now, using the hair clipper, buzz the hair at the bottom very short.
  3. Gradually, go up and buzz the hair to a medium fade.
  4. Keep trimming the hair upwards up to the fade line, which is like the parting line.
  5. Grab the rest of the hair that falls aside.
  6. Apply some styling gel on it. If the gel cannot hold the hair properly, apply some hairspray.
  7. Comb the hair back to make it slick.

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Whether your teen has curly, wavy or straight hair, long hair gives him multiple style options. Choose the hairstyle depending on the face type of your teen, and let him make heads turns.

Do you have any more long hairstyle ideas to share? Let us know in the comments section below.

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