Daniel Henney’s 50’s Pompadour With a Fade
One of the most desirable (half) Asian males out there, Daniel Henney sports a classical 50’s pompadour Asian hairstyle. Rebel like coolness. Sharp and clean. If you take a look at the sides, he does a fade to the bottom, which is a nice variation of the style and brings it back a little more old-school. Also check out the sexy hard-split (the spot where you can clearly see the scalp). The pompadour Asian hairstyle with sides faded and the hard-split is very VERY popular right now. This does take a bit more to maintain since you’ll need to get it cut every couple weeks to maintain the “clean” factor that Henney rocks, but it’s a good look that works in a professional environment.
Bruno Mar’s Curly Adorable Cut
Bruno Mars puts a unique spin on the pompadour cut that’s extremely long and thick on top with pretty short sides. Reminiscent of Elvis’s more laid back curly hairstyle in his heyday. It takes confidence to rock this variation of the hairstyle but if one can handle it, sexy… Bruno also has very thick curly hair so this type of styling is perfect for him. Bruno Mars is on the shorter side, so having hair that tall gives him the illusion of 2-3 inches of height. If you’re a shorter guy, this is something you should consider.
PS. Did anyone know that Bruno Mars is actually Asian? Yeah, that’s why I included his pictures in the list of Asian men’s hairstyles.
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