Low-Maintenance Korean Haircuts That Take Less Than 5 Minutes to Style
Is that barber's cut getting old? Change up your look with these easy-to-style Korean haircuts for men.
Korean celebrities are known for adventurous hairstyles, but nobody wants to spend most of their morning in front of the mirror trying to get their hair to look a certain way. If you’re looking to sport Korean haircuts but don’t want anything fussy, here are some low-maintenance styles for you.
Curtain Bangs a.k.a. Comma Hair
Reminiscent of cuts worn by ’90s then-teenage celebrities Leonardo DiCaprio, Devon Sawa, and Nick Carter, the curtain haircut is making a strong comeback by way of BTS. Also known as the “comma haircut” because the bangs curl up in front like a comma, this cut can be worn long like Jin’s, or clean and short in the back. It requires almost no styling and suits any hair type, but will work best with wavy hair. No need to primp this one — it just naturally falls into place.
Stay cool, fresh and dandruff-free even with longer hair by using CLEAR Cool Sport Menthol Anti-Dandruff Shampoo for men. Infused with menthol, it removes all traces of dirt and oil and leaves hair with intense freshness.
The Charming Two-Block Haircut
The two-block haircut is a style of undercut where the back and sides are short or completely shaved, but the top remains long or medium-length, depending on the look you’re going for. A popular style thanks to all the K-pop and K-drama stars sporting it, it's suitable for men of all ages because it lends youthfulness to your look. Another low-maintenance style, this cut looks best when it’s chunky and a bit messy. Just fluff it with your fingers and you’re good to go.
For hair with lots of volume like Lee Jong Suk’s, use a strengthening shampoo that prevents hair fall. Use Dove Men+Care Strengthening Shampoo, a fortifying formula that will give you visibly thicker, fuller hair. It’s enriched with caffeine and calcium, which strengthens hair from root to end.
The Pineapple Cut
Known for his bowl-cut in Itaewon Class, Park Seo Joon followed it up with another standout look. Dubbed as the “pineapple cut” after the actor posted a photo of his new look and captioned it with a pineapple emoji, this is the kind of haircut you get if you really want to change up your look. Because it’s so short, you only need a bit of wax or hair gel to get it to look like, erm, a pineapple!
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Considering Korean haircuts to change your look? Consider these low-maintenance, fuss-free styles!