#41: Preppy Sweepover
Trim your hair so that it is quite short at the back and sides but longer in the center. Without using any styling products, use a comb to sweep all your hair so that it is going from one side to the other.
The rollhawk style creates a fohawk by rolling longer hair over down the center of your head. Create extra definition by shaving in a distinct line at the base of your roll.
#43: Slicked Down
Use a little gel to slick your hair down so that there is never a hair out-of-place. Comb it gently to create a perfectly groomed look.
#44: Choppy Mullet
Leave your hair longest at the back. Cut the rest of your hair in choppy segments at various lengths for a very rock and roll style.
#45: Trainee Curls
Trainee curls will give your hair a lot of volumes. Keep your hair relatively short if you want to stop your hair from developing into full-blown curls.
#46: Short hair with goatee and mustache
One of the simplest ways to work with thin hair is to just give your head a clean cut close shave. This style is better suited to younger men.
#47: Men’s hair design with thinning hair
If you want to make a lasting impression, choose a style which is completely unique, e.g. a style which contains unnatural colors. You have to be quite confident to pull a look like this off.
#48: Hair Raiser
Use a comb and hair styling gel to create hair raising spikes at the front of your hair. Let the rest of your hair stay in its natural style.
#49: Spiky Hair for Men With Thin Hair
To make your hair look as though it has a maximum height, keep the sides looking much shorter. This trick works really well if you have an angular face.
#50: Peaked Fringe
Draw your hair up into a peaked fringe using a comb and a very small amount of styling gel. Your hair will look fluffy and touchable.