51. Wide Flat Hair
The wide flat is just what it sounds like. It features a pompadour style that is loose instead of tightly gelled, almost resembling a long quiff. This style is ‘piece-ier’ and has more texture than a traditional pomp, making it one of the more casual hairstyles for men as an alternative for a night on the town or at work.
52. Brightly Colored Pink Hair
One thing you did not see during the early days of the pomp was such a vibrantly colored one. In this day and age, playing with vivid colors boosts your hairstyle to a new level and lets you add another layer of style to your ensemble. Choose any brightly colored dye for this job to make one of these unique hairstyles for men work.
53. Faded Pomp Haircut
Wearing a modern taper fade haircut with a classic style is an excellent way to blend the old with the new. Pick any fade and incorporate any design you wish on the sides and then gel the longer portion of your hair into a classic style for an incredibly fashionable way to wear your hair.
54. Modern Long Haircut
This is somewhat of a mixture between a pomp and a quiff haircut. These hairstyles for men are brushed back and gelled into a pompadour shape in the front of the head. Found in the back is a long piece of hair that extends past the crown of the head, sometimes to the neck, but not always.
55. Loose Victory Roll Haircut
Get a little bit of rockabilly flair to spice up your outfits with the loose victory roll style. The victory roll is a swirling curl that is prominent in the front of the hair, and in this style, its an understated part of the haircut, giving it volume in the front and letting it get smaller toward the back.
56. Cyberpunk Elvis
The Elvis features a rich and bold pompadour that, in its true style, reaches far past the brow line and has exceptional volume. This style is made more contemporary with the addition of an edge part and a design in the back around the nape of the neck to offset the pomp’s shape.
57. Flyaway Haircut with Edges
Who says all pomps have to be tight and neat? Play with the length of hair on top by letting the hair fly away with the help of a little hairspray. While the top is taking flight, you could give yourself a defined part, or experiment with a brand new fade to go with it.
58. Unkempt Haircut
This style looks like a nice pompadour that you slept in. By styling your hair into and then extending some of the strands outward, you achieve an intentionally unkempt look. Contrast that with neat edges and perhaps even a fade to give your hair a unique style of its own.
59. Poof Pomp Hairstyle
The poof pomp style doesn’t extend so far back on the head as most others. Instead, most of the hair is going to be at the front of the head. Using gel and a comb, get most of the hair up front and form it into a towering poof. This is very flattering for larger foreheads.
60. Gelled Haircut with Fade
The gelled style with a fade is a large and extravagant pompadour that has exceptional volume. Perfect for men with thick hair, this haircut is tall and voluminous, setting the stage for the fade below it to taper down into nothing, creating a visual effect that will draw the eye.
61. Lightly Gelled Hair
The lightly gelled pompadour has all of the structure of a classic style. It has a similar shape and sits in the same place on your head. But instead of a tidy gelled look, you get a textured and a bit messy one. This is a wonderful way to style thick hair.
62. Flipped Back Hair
The flipped back is indeed a pomp, except the front is not as you’d expect it. The front of the hair is gelled and pulled back over the rest of the pompadour for greater definition in the front. This also serves to add height and volume to any type of hair.
63. Long Sides Haircut
The long sides feature longer hair on the sides of the head as opposed to the classic style where the hair gets shaved down. The transition from sides to the top is almost seamless, making for a more casual and connected hairstyle
64. Side Swept Pompadour Haircut
Here is a large and luscious pomp that features insurmountable volume and rich textures put in place by a comb. To achieve this look, push your thick hair into the pompadour style, but instead of gelling it down the middle, comb it off to the side and part it there.
65. Soft Edges Pompadour Hairstyle
The soft edges deliver all of the charms of the pompadour with a little less of the formal appeal. There is not as much product holding it so rigidly in place, serving to deliver a versatile style that can be worn anywhere.
66. Slicked Back Hair
Resembling a quiff, this style of slicked-back hairstyles for men features a flattened pomp shape that takes over most of the space on the crown of the head. It can be worn as long or as short as you please. Moreover, you can apply texture either with your fingers or with a fine-tooth comb.
67. Short Slicked Back
David Beckham‘s short slicked back is similar to the long one except most of the hair stays on top of the head and doesn’t extend off of it. This can lend you all of the great volume of a true pomp in the front but become more understated in the back for a casual wear hairstyle.
68. Voluminous Pompadour Hairstyle
This voluminous hairstyle is perfect for gentlemen with long and thick hair who want to do something different. While the sides remain short, the top extends in a loose style to give it height and a bit of texture without being heavily gelled into that classic and tight shape.
69. Greaser Hair Style
The greaser style is one that is rather subtle compared to older hairstyles for men or newer ones that feature fades. This style of pompadour flows effortlessly together, with the sides blending in via a part to the top and the top is pushed back expertly to complete the flowing look of the style.
70. Big Tapering Style
From the front of the head where the volume is high, it slowly comes down to a small amount of hair in the back. The sides are the same – the top of the sides are thick and rich and gradually dwindle as they go.
71. Flat Top Pompadour Hairstyle
The flat top is simply a pompadour that lacks most of its height and volume. This is a casual alternative that is great for both semi-formal and casual events. This look is achieved by bringing the hair down across the crown instead of up into the air.
72. Textured Hairstyle
This textured style is not as uniform as a standard one. It usually features a wider set pompadour that has the appearance of being brushed back like a quiff but still has all of the precious volume and lift found throughout the hair.
73. Smooth Fade
The smooth style with a fade features a pompadour that is gentle and soft and not so rigidly gelled down and heavy. This is a great chance for naturally wavy hair to shine through and deliver its texture to the look. The sides feature a gradual fade that complements the softness of the top.
74. Casual Style
This style lends you a way to wear your hair that takes little time to style and is appropriate for most situations, casual or semi-formal. It comes in the form of a short sides, long top ‘do that features the pompadour shape in a loose and vague manner.
75. Piecey Hair
This style has been formed into the shape of the classic style pompadour but that features rich locks of texture. The chunky texture of the hair can then be offset by smooth lines and a gorgeous fade for excellent contrast.
76. Elvis Haircut with Fade
The large part of the haircut overhangs the forehead to deliver height and volume, while the sides are given a modern upgrade by way of the implementation of a fade of your choice.
77. Slicked Back with Fade
The slicked-back hair with a fade is sort of a mixture between a quiff and a pomp. It has all of the texture up front, as a pompadour does, but it is pushed back and gradually flattened against the head, much like a quiff. The sides feature a flattering fade.
78. Lazy Hair
The lazy hair looks like a slight quiff, where the top layer of the hair has been pushed over the pompadour shape. This lends the lazy hair plenty of volume but delivers all of the dimension of a quiff. Simply gel one layer of hair over an already formed style and you’re all set!
79. Rockabilly Hairstyle
The rockabilly looks back into the past where the pompadour originated and plays up on that style. It features a pompadour that has big chunky pieces pushed back into the other strands of hair. The front is large and voluminous and it gradually fades down to a short cut.
80. Classic Pomp with Fade
The classic pomp with a fade features the typical style: a large and tall portion at the front of the head, neatly gelled and gradually tapering into a small bit of hair at the end. What modernizes this look is the fade.
81. Short Fade
The short hair with a fade is a classic style that has been muted a bit and it more practical because of it. It features a side part that can even be cut out for a dramatic effect. A fade runs down the sides.
82. Highlighted Pomp Style
This is a great way to add some character to the large bit of hair you are going to be so prominently displaying in your style. Highlight a few strands in a few shades lighter than your natural color and watch the depth and dimension pop before your eyes.
83. Swirly Hair
The hair in this style is not gelled down the typical way. Instead, it is lifted up and onto the hair by swirling the locks around to create a dizzying effect. The top is combed into the middle as are the sides to deliver a truly unique and textured pompadour.
84. Side Part
The side part is one that features relatively short sides and a long, flowing top. The pompadour can be loose or tight, but what makes this style is the way you part it to the side. This provides a nice contrast between the two sides of the head and a whole lot of height, especially if you get a hard part haircut.
85. Loose Ends
The loose ends are pushed up almost like a faux hawk but without the point, and the loose strands of hair make up the top of the hair and give it texture.
86. Brushed Back with Fade
We almost want to call this a quiff because it has been pushed back as it has, but the volume at the front and the controlled shape lends itself to being a pompadour. There is a fade on the short sides of the head to balance out the unique shape of this style.
87. Wavy Hairstyle
The wavy style gives men with waves in their hair a chance to use them to their advantage by adding pieces and texture to their pompadour. This style is a loose one that doesn’t require a complete gel down. The waves are pushed back to lend it its depth.
88. Long Sides, Long Top
This long sides, long top features a flat top that has been gelled backward. It can be as long or as short in the back as you please. The sides aren’t shaved like they so often are with a pompadour, and instead, those get slicked back too to create the pomp effect.
89. Seamless Pomp
This features a pompadour style haircut that is bold and present in the front and gently tapers into nothing in the back. This comes to a point at its end where it will blend in excellently with the natural grain present in your hair to create a seamless transition.
90. Piecey Medium Length Hairstyle
This piecey, medium-length pompadour features a messy appearance that lets the hair go wherever it wants. This creates a casual look that is a modernized upgrade to the pomp while still retaining that same basic shape. Run some gel between your fingers and piece out the textured locks with ease.
91. The Half and Half Pompadour Style
This pompadour is a half up, half down sort of style for those with short hair. It features a side-parted style with great volume that has been pushed off to one side. The rest of the parted hair is a decent length that makes up not only one half of the top of the head but is brushed back to create the sides as well.
92. Wave Style
This features a style that is similar to messy hair. The difference is that this pompadour has a front section that is not pushed back but is rather swirled over to resemble a wave. It has been parted to the side to further that effect with ease.
93. Tightly Rolled and Gelled Hair
The tightly rolled and gelled hair is somewhat of a nod back to the classic style of pomps. it’s like a side-part that has some hair remaining on the opposite side. The upper section has been tightly rolled into itself to adhere to the true style.
94. Windblown Hairstyle
The windblown style resembles a quiff in the way that it is brushed over to one side. There is a loose part that serves as the basis for this look, yet the piecey chunks of hair lend it a more casual appeal – like one might find in a quiff.
95. Everyday Pompadour Haircut
The everyday hair does not possess the formality of your average pompadour. It does have gel and it does form a basic pomp shape, but it is more casual and understated, making it a hairstyle that can be worn any day and to any occasion that you see fit, even at work.
96. Hairstyle with Height
This hairstyle is a loose version that rises up in a natural, bedhead looking way. It has great volume and is perfect for men with thick hair. The sides are shaved to almost nothing, which provides a beautiful contrast.
97. Long Hair Pompadour Style
Here is a side-parted hairstyle that features volume and height in the center of the head but tapers off and lends its way to a medium or long hair on one side. This is a dramatic style and works best for men with straight hair.
98. Forward Pushed Hair
The forward pushed hair is the opposite of a quiff style: the hair has been pushed forward to reveal its natural texture instead of pushed back to hide it. Furthermore, you can shave the sides down and even feature a fade. Either one will work well with the textured nature of this style.
99. Slicked Over Side Style
Here is a hairstyle with a very short side, similar to an undercut. A sharp part separates the short side from the top which holds a side-parted pompadour. The upper part is well manicured and neat, making this a modern twist on a classic style.
100. Afro-Textured Hair
Although pomp hairstyles for men are typically associated with softer hair types, you can also rock the look if you have textured hair. The style we recommend for black men works in favor of their naturally curly locks, displaying them towards the front of the hairstyle. We also encourage you to add the undercut for a head-turning silhouette.
Martin is a hairstylist and makeup artist, with a passion for art, interior design, and traveling. He has been in the industry for over 10 years and loves meeting new people. Martin enjoys assisting his clients with their various needs and is looking forward to running his own business. When he is not busy building on his career, Martin finds pleasure in spending time with family, going out for a run, and inviting friends over for dinner, boardgames, and a movie.
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