36 thoughts on “Will this hair become a new trend?

  1. Anonymous says:

    >slick back hairstyle
    Yeah, then I’m gonna need you and Paulie to go collect Sil’s envelopes, he’s got the flu or some shit.

  2. Anonymous says:

    This style seems to have become quite popular amongst older people, (late boomers, gen x, early millennials). At least in my country.
    Kinda doubt it will catch on with the youth for that reason.

    • Anonymous says:


      I had zoomer bangs but im too lazy to get it cut
      Now that my hair got longer
      I just push my hair back to look like this

      At my job I work with high schools a lot to help place students in our on the job training program so I am at schools quite a bit and see students a lot and one thing I’ve noticed is long hair on guys is back
      The people in high school aren’t really zoomers I don’t think, they’re that transitional age between gen z and gen a, but regardless, long hair on guys is back
      We’ll see how long it lasts, but it would be cool to see something like the 70s where long hair for men was totally normal

  3. Anonymous says:

    fashion sensible men who age out of zoomer tik tok hair cuts will naturally switch to cuts that show off more of the forehead, which are more masculine and mature.

    • Anonymous says:

      This. I used to be self conscious about my widow’s peak but now in my thirties i push my hair back and show it off. I used to be a bit babyfaced but now with some scruff and a stache i look like a handsome sleazebag or movie villain (on a good day)

  4. Anonymous says:

    this is what I do and have done for about 3 years, I used to have a short quiff style but it looks stupid these days. Longer and pushed back with a little clay is really good

  5. Anonymous says:

    i cannot get this hairstyle, no matter what i put on mine it always falls to the sides and front, gel, the dryer, clays, nothing works

  6. Anonymous says:

    I don’t think so, specially considering how many zoomers are balding they would be deathly afraid to try this hairstyle. Plus young people have always gravitated towards hairstyles that cover their foreheads since the 60s.

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