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New hair styles for fashionable young men

New hair styles for fashionable young men

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Everyone wants to look cool, so it’s certainly not strange to choose your favourite haircut. But which style is the best one for you?

Phan Porn, 26, the owner of Man Style barbershop and also a hairdresser, said, “I think the most popular style for young men is to have a short haircut that is not long or covers the ears - sometimes, guys can get some highlights, but it depends on what they like.”

Before last year, most guys were going for longer hair – which, Panh Porn said, is not in fashion anymore.

Phan Porn said that most of his young customers like to pick haircuts from K-pop stars and celebs.

When getting a new short style, Pahn Porn’s young customers have said that a clean, haircut is appropriate, gentle and stylish.

Hair is important and it complements your style to make you more handsome. Your haircut is a reflection of your style, so make sure to choose the right haircut that fits you. Get to a barbershop now and look great!

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