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9 Cool Natural Hairstyles For Men

Looking for the best natural hairstyles for men? Whether your is curly, coily, kinky, long, medium or short, we've pulled together the coolest styles around for black men. 

Just scroll down to see which hairstyles for black men made our cut!

Twists

This twisted style is not only a cool hairstyle for black men, it's also great protective hairstyle

Editor's tip: Make sure to lock in moisture by following the LOC/LCO method with the Afrocenchix Moisture Surge Set.

top of a black man's head with twisted hairstyle

Image credit: @hairstylesforblackmen / @simferg77

Colourful 'fro/Dreadlocks

Looking for a way to change up your afro hair? Then why not think about adding colour? We love the idea of experimenting with colour to brighten up or add newness to your hairstyle.

Editor's tip: Keep your coloured hair moisturised and banish breakage with Sheen, our moisturising hair spray. It has a simple natural formula moisturises and revives frizzy, curly and Afro hair without leaving build up.

Black man looking down with pink coloured dreadlocks

Image credit: @hairstylesforblackmen

Classic Short Cut with Beard

Not all natural hairstyles for black men have to be edgy. Keep it cool and classic with this short, neat cropped hairstyle. We think it looks on point when paired with a facial hair too!

Editor's tipJust apply Soothe to a slightly damp facial hair and work into the beard. The light, easily absorbed oil is specially blended to promote growth, soften hair at the roots and leaves no build up, making it great for beards and moustaches.

Black man with short hair and beard

Image credit: @kingvonkairo

Long Dreadlocks

Ok, so dreadlocks aren't something that you can dabble with, but we're huge fans of locs at Afrocenchix. 

Editor's tip: Remember it’s important to clean your scalp as well as remove any build up, lint, excess oil, in your locs. Use a sulphate-free shampoo and avoid shampoo and conditioners that leave residue on your hair.Black man with long dreadlocks wearing glasses

Image credit: @loc_loaded

Short Dreadlocks with Undercut

As we mentioned above, dreadlocks are a great hairstyle option for black men. And this short style with an undercut shows how versatile locs are!  

Black man short dreadlocks with white vest taking a selfie

Image credit: @m.r.collins

Buzzcut with Fade

Who said buzzcuts were basic? This hairstyle proves that the buzzcut can look dapper, especially when matched with a subtle fade too. 

Black man with short buzz cut smiling with sunglasses

Image credit: @loc_loaded

Cornrows

In our books, cornrows are a cool natural hairstyle for men. Plus like twists they are also a protective hairstyle for not only will your hair look on point but it's also practical. 

NBLike with all afro hairstyles, cornrows come with some challenges. Done too tightly they can lead to hair breakage and traction alopecia (which is caused by the tight, constant pulling of hair). So make sure to be careful with the tension! 

Black man wearing a white vest with cornrows 

Image credit: @jorisebong

Curly and Proud

We always advocate rocking your natural hair out and proud. Whether your hair is curly, coily, or kinky, why not proudly show off your natural hair texture?  

Just remember to keep your hair moisturised by following the LOC/LCO method.

Black man with curly afro hairstyle

Image credit: @zabomsena 

South of France with Beard

The South of France haircut/style was popularised by music artist Usher and his barber Curtis Smith.

The mohawk style is also consider to be a 'gentleman's mohawk' due its subtle and stylish appearance, and got its interesting name because it was created in the South of France. We think it looks great with a beard. What do you think? 

Black man with beard and South of France Hairstyle

Image credit: @mansodasilva

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