When wearing a suit and tie, how should a senior man do with his long hairstyle?
One thing that makes me happy about today’s society is that men’s long hair is back again! Long hairstyles look majestic with a suit and ties unless, of course, you have no idea how to keep your hair neat and shiny. It sometimes takes effort to maintain long hair healthy. And the more healthy your hair is, the more attractive it will look. Try keeping your hair in a pleasantly soft texture.
A good shampoo and conditioner will do that, and do not apply the conditioner on your scalp; this would make your hair look oily, even if you have dry hair.
And one more thing, find the products that are one hundred percent for your hair, even if it takes trying out all shampoos and conditioners in the market. I’d suggest ponytails for styling to keep your hair in a soft, more of a personal choice.
Put your face shape into consideration as well. Buns are great, too; they can help you look more handsome in your formal clothing.
• Slick back
This look is easy to achieve. An easy alternative to a bun or pony. The slick back hair works well wearing a suit and tie indeed. Guys with textured and curly hair can also rock this look. It looks beautiful by sweeping the front section of hair with a mousse for a more excellent hold. Curls can be left intact or broken up slightly for a more worn-in feel.
• Classic ponytail
The classic ponytail is trendy for longer-haired men because it works from mid-length to very long. This style is easy to do; it pulls hair off the face and out of the way while looking neat. An advantage of the ponytail is that it can look polished and professional when wearing a suit and tie.
• Top Knots
The man bun never really goes out of style. Long-haired men can wear a top knot, a half knot with some hair extending from the bottom, or an array of twists or buns positioned at various points along their scalp.
If you are old but want to be stylish, the best form is Debon hair which completely matches a suit. It is better to pair up your long hair with a short beard. If you wear a suit your hair can be coiffed to look very attractive and elegant. You can also have your hair messy to get a laid-back, rugged look. The key to achieving the Debon hairstyle is to keep your hair in good condition and have layers cut into the shape, so there is plenty of body at the roots. Now wear your suit and tie and mesmerize everyone.
• Dreadlocks or Braids
Braids and dreadlocks might look pretty similar, but they convey different styles. In the past, someone with braids was usually seen as sharp and good at self-control. In contrast, dreadlocks made people think you’re a pothead. But nowadays, dreads are a lot more fashionable than they used to be. There is a reason why so many guys in clubs or on catwalks have dreadlocks.
• Man-Bun or Ponytail
For this hairstyle, you got to wrap your hair in a manageable pack facing the back of your head and remember that it shouldn’t be too tight. If it’s pulling your hair from its roots, then it’s a sign that you should loosen it a bit. If you can pull it off, then you’ll be drawing the good kinds of attention.
• Slick Back with Fade
Another stylish way to make your hair look fresh is to get a slick back haircut with a taper, fade, or a clean undercut. It can especially look good with a beard.
• Long Curly Hair
It’s not an easy job to sustain a long curly hairstyle, but here is a tip: spraying salt spray on your hair while it’s wet can give it a little bounce. However, if you’re looking for a bit of volume or a matte aesthetic, you can spray it when your hair is dry and style it with your hands afterward.