What hairstyle would fit a 16 year?

I love the layered style, the shaggy too. Medium mostly. I could really use some photos, sites, anything. I have a giant party coming up and I have to look great… (photos of you would be great too!)
I’m a guy and I have straight hair. I don’t really like the crew look.Too short for me. I wanted too see what other people think about the best medium hairstyle.

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4 Responses to What hairstyle would fit a 16 year?

  1. Kaley H says:


  2. NaUgHtY.LiL.MaMi says:

    i think going for a new look is always good…. you never know what fits you good unless you try it… maybe try the short and spiked up look? maybe it will reveal a beautiful face under 🙂

  3. love_yelloww says:

    i think obviously a guy…
    is ur hair naturally straight or wavy??

  4. Steve says:

    A good barber can design a regular taper cut or one of the short pomp styles-crew cut, ivy league(long crew cut), flat top crew cut- to fully suit almost any16 year old guy’s head shape, face and neck shape, frontal hairline and facial features.
    regular taper cut:
    The answer at the following link explains the basic short cuts. The first two links contained therein are quite informative:
    ivy league(long crew cut):
    Some barbers describe an ivy league as a crew cut just long enough to be parted and combed to the side if so desired. An ivy league can also be worn with the hair brushed up off the forehead to form the short pomp front or with the short bangs brushed down on the forehead like a forward brush cut.
    crew cut:
    [A crew cut is a timeless prep haircut, the photo directly above is from 1946, and yet if the photo was in color, both the guy and the clothes he is wearing could be in the latest J Crew catalog. ]
    ultra short crew cut:
    [Around 5/8"(#5) at the front hairline, graduated to about 1/4"(#2)at the back of the crown. Back and sides are tapered from around #0A length (1.2mm)down to #000 length(0.5mm) at the ears and nape.]
    Grooming any of the short pomp styles- crew cut, ivy league, flat top crew cut- is basically the same.
    1) Towel dry hair.
    2) Barely dip fingertips in jar of wax.
    3)Transfer wax to palms.
    4) Smooth palms over hair.
    5)Brush hair off forehead to form short pomp front.
    Take a look at the medium, long and celebrity galleries at the haircuts for men site for layered and shaggy styles. Whichever style you decide on, take a photo to help describe the desired haircut to the barber or stylist.
    Good Luck!

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