Hi Alex, Mike here. Don't forget to provide a rating so I receive credit on your answers.I am a big fan and hobbyist of male fashion and make it a point to stay up on current trends as well as creating my own modern, classic style that is very versatileI actually have a similar issue until I lean out in summer. The easiest hairstyles are those that create lines on the head and continue to elongate the face. Longer hairstyles that drape the face continue to round it out and keep the full appearance.. the exception would be if hair was long enough to pull back.Take a look at these and you will see similar trends that match your request.Short hair styleDavid Beckham offseason SS cut: here David Beckham looks to be out of season, face softer and more full, the sleek line creates a harder line to offset his softened face.I wear something like this during the winter and summer that gets modified every so often - it makes me look leaner in the face so much so that people think I am leaner when I am actually softer in the face https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTgqC30l0mvnhnxhX8iHRgxpnWfEhkAhxM0X61VJxV3XL1Gc0ifAnd then one more variation of the trendy few that I have listed. Adam Levine short cut version Basically the idea is to create a harder hair line(at the ends of the hair, not the actual hairline on your face) and accentuate the hairline so the entire face looks leanerSo generally speaking, keep the hair shorter, the sides of the head even shorter and create a "harder" line on the top of the head to take away from the soft or round look on the face.As far as products to use with these hairstyles - American crew Fiber(amazing stuff), Hans de fuko hair waxes, Di-fi hair cream as well as American crew foaming cream. and those that create a dry look with high hold, finished with simple hair spray make for really cheap, easy to use hair styling products.I really enjoy mens fashion both in a clothing sense and in appearance care sense. Please remember to request me for your other questions and please take a moment to rate when you have finished reading.
Hi Mike. Thabks again for your wise opinion.
I like the third picture you sent me, where the guys hair was shaved on the side and spiked up on the top. do you know whar products would keep the hair spiked like that? those you sent me keep the hold like that?
also, do you have another pic of a similar hairstyle to the third pic you sent me?
and what is the meaning of creating a harder line on the top of the hair?
and what other topics do you know about?