Get Gorgeous With Grey: Trendy Hairstyles For Men!

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Grey Hairstyles
So what if you have grey hair? You can flaunt it the best way this season. Take a look at the trendiest hairstyles for grey hair.

Life becomes easier when you how to accept age and the right ways to show that you are happy being old is with the grey hair. Many veterans of Hollywood like George Clooney, Richard Gere have made magic with their hair and have been rated as the most handsome stars of the century. Here are some easy hairstyles for grey hair.

Thank god! that you haven't gone bald with age. White, grey or silver, atleast you have something that covers your head and let's you experiment with fashion.

Style Tips For Middle Aged Men

1. If You Are Planning To Keep It Very Short – Till today, no one can match Beckham when it comes to hairstyles and fashion. His 'Buzz Cut' is still the happening styles for 2012. The short hair (enough to cover scalp) is slightly pointed in front and has side locks. To match with the buzz cut, a slightly trimmed beard gives a manly look.

2. Not Too Short – The George Clooney's Caesar cut is also famous and mostly followed grey hairstyle. Those with the receding hairline can flaunt best. Those having lost of hair in front can follow the style and carry it easily. The receding hair can camouflage hair loss and give the best makeover.

3. Side Parted Hairstyle – The bond look is also very famous. Squared faced look best with the grey hairstyle. Pierce Brosnan is known for the bond style and is still stealing the hearts of young women with the classic look.

4. Trendiest Messy Hairstyles – The Al Pacino's messy look and Sting's spiky hairstyles are most admired fashion hairstyles. The look is powerful enough in concealing age of a person. Some may feel that the hair is coloured to carry the fashion. A lightly trimmed french beard does the needful to keep up with the fashion trend.

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Story first published: Tuesday, January 17, 2012, 17:18 [IST]
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