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Best Hairstyles for Male Doctors

Discussion in 'Doctors Cafe' started by Riham, May 17, 2016.

  1. Riham

    Riham Bronze Member

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    Nowadays, males are equally interested in their hair styles when compared to women, and doctors are not exceptional. You cannot deny that your hair really says a lot about yourself and that it is a major aspect for your entire look. Even though men do not need as many length options as females do, there are still style options to consider. This is because even doctors are interested in changing looks every now and then as well as being up to date with the upcoming styles. Below are the hairstyles for male doctors:

    1. Faux hawk


    This hairdo is tamer than the original Mohawk but it still needs total care. Mainly, both sides of your hair are cut very short but not totally shaved. The middle if the hair is left longer and so one is able to spike it as you wish while leaving the sides spiked or lying down to the side. You need gel or hair spray to make this hairdo function. Therefore, if you are not interested in a great deal of products, this particular may not be the best for you. A hairdo is the best way to appear confident and an expert in whatever you do. Moreover, beer is basically perceived to be a man thing and so you would not want to be less informed when it comes to the latest beers.

    We all know that a doctor is not allowed to go to work when drunk. But this doesn’t mean that you cannot enjoy beer. This is because there are non-alcoholic beer.

    2. Messy haircut

    This is definitely the most popular hairdo this year. Many superstars are making good use of it and males from all over the world are falling in love with this low upkeep hairstyle. All round your hair is left longer but not considered long. You need 2 inches long hair on your head, after this, all you need is to add gel to hold the lock in place for one day and then you are done.

    3. Crew cut


    Fortunately, this is a hairstyle that you can achieve without having to go to a salon. It is also an easy to maintain look. Basically, a crew cut involves cropping your hair as short as possible. The shape of your head will easily be defined and that is why it is suitable for those with round head and small ears.

    4. Spiked look


    This is another interesting and modern hairstyle for men. For this, your hair needs to be slightly longer than for a crew cut. It involves the use of styling products such as gel. Spiky hair is best suited for younger men, particularly those under the age of thirty. The only problem with this hairstyle is that it can take time to make it right in the morning.

    5. Swept back hair


    Hair that is swept back over the ears is not only fashionable but easy to maintain. You can comb your hair and push it back over one ear or both. You can leave it a little bit longer on your back or have it cut up high in an asymmetrical bob. Leave the side fronts longer and you will have one of today’s hottest hairdos.

    Thankfully, hairstyles for men have come a long way and what was once unacceptable in social gatherings or in the office is now all the rage in office buildings all over the world. You can choose to use any hairstyle that pleases you and be right on top of fashion.

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  2. Egyptian Doctor

    Egyptian Doctor Moderator Verified Doctor

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    Thanks Riham for this topic, Sometimes we need to be proffesional in everything even doctors haircuts or doctors hairstyles, for me I like the 3rd and 5th haircuts.

  3. Plato

    Plato Young Member

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    bold, bald and beautiful: the commonly successful physician

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