Our Top 10 Hairstyles For Men Who Wear Glasses
You might not consider how your glasses may affect the look of your haircut when you’re next at the barber. However, If you wear glasses to improve your vision, they’re on your face all the time. They’re a focal point of your face, and they play a big role in your everyday life so choosing the right haircut to match might be worth consideration.
Gone are the days when glasses were just a necessity and an unfashionable addition, they’re now a centre point in contemporary style. And with so many types of glasses available, they’re an accessory many use to accentuate or show off their personality. After you choose frames that match your personality, all you need is a great outfit and a great haircut.
Some tips and suggestions for glasses-friendly male hairstyles:
Choose styles that are short and neatly groomed. Short hairstyles can be a good option for men who wear glasses, as they are easy to maintain and can help to keep your hair out of your eyes. Some popular short hairstyles for men include buzz cuts, crew cuts, and side parts.
Avoid styles that are too long or unruly. Long hair can be difficult to manage if you wear glasses, as it can get in your way and make it difficult to see. Using styling products to keep your hair in place. If you have longer hair, you may want to use styling products, such as pomade or gel, to keep your hair out of your face and away from your glasses.
If you do choose a long hairstyle, choose frames that are slim and streamlined as these will be less likely to get caught in your hair. Some popular styles of slim and streamlined frames include round, cat-eye frames, and rectangular frames. And try to avoid frames that are too wide or bulky. Wide or bulky frames can be uncomfortable to wear if you have long hair, as they can put pressure on your ears and temples. Instead, opt for frames that are lightweight and comfortable, such as titaniumor acetate frames.
When choosing glasses, it can also be helpful to consider your hair color and texture. If you have dark or thick hair, you may want to choose frames that are bold and colorful, to contrast with your hair. If you have light or fine hair, you may want to choose frames that are more delicate and subtle, to blend in with your hair.
Glasses can be a great opportunity to accessorize your hair. Consider using clips, headbands, or scarves to add interest and style to your look. You can also try using pins or bobby pins to hold your hair away from your face and keep your glasses in place.
Our Top 10 Hairstyles
We’ve gathered up a comprehensive and diverse list of haircuts for men with glasses to help you choose a style that works for you.
A timeless look that feels slightly rugged but also sophisticated at the same time. Like the wind has been blowing through your hair. A hairstyle that works with slightly larger glasses so that they don’t get overpowered by the longer hair on top.
Another hairstyle that benefits from larger glasses so that whether your hair is up or down, they are still the centre point of your facial look.
Wavy Top Undercut
Short back and sides with a stylish yet messy wavy top. Pairing well with vintage-looking glasses such as a Rayban.
Another timeless hairstyle that never goes out of fashion and obviously one of the best haircuts for glasses wearers. We’d suggest pairing the size of your side part with the size of your glasses. Can also be accompanied by a skin fade for a well-balanced look.
If you’ve got larger sized glasses, a pompadour is another great hairstyle for you. The upward swoop of the pomp will draw the eye from your glasses up toward your hair. Even though it does require some styling and some time to get it right, the end result is a classic retro look that works well with your glasses.
Credit: Fury, 2014
Slicked Back Undercut
A style made famous by the legendary actor Brad Pitt, it involves keeping the sides and back of your head in an undercut haircut while the hair on the top is kept long enough to be able to slick it back. Such a hairstyle setup keeps the hair polished and sharp, complementing a smart pair of glasses.
The classic taper haircut is a low-maintenance, high-performance style that’s classic and timeless. It’s easy to get, and you can modify it to your style. Another look that will match almost any style of glasses.
The Wet Medium Crop
Wet hair always makes us think of a beach or pool. The wet look gives off a laid-back relaxed personality. Our waterhaul range seems fitting with their 100% recycled sea plastic composition.
Since the likes Timberlake and Clooney began wearing it, the comb over has been revived and reinvented for a modern aesthetic. It’s a versatile and contemporary hairstyle that frames almost any face. And by default any pair of glasses.
Long Swept Quiff
This longer swept quiff is perfect for the autumn and winter weather and gives an artistic or creative vibe.