Instead of fading fast, the man-bread trend just keeps growing. The latest version is not a new style, but a very old style. Inspired by the long hairstyles of samurai warriors, the current man-bun hair is high as a top knot. Here’s how to rock the samurai man bun.
Now it’s not just for guys with ultra long hair anymore. We’ve seen celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio and Harry Styles rock a teen-man-bun, and the trend has prevailed. This mini version of the Man Buns works for every guy with a healthy amount of length at the top. That’s because it’s not technically a bun, but a ponytail that’s partially pulled through. It looks great with an undercut but works with longer hair everywhere. Look at these pictures to see how it’s done.
The Man Bun is one of the hipster styles, especially when combined with an undercut, full beard and ironic tee. This cool version straightens the hair with some volume and shine on the front and puts the rest of the hair in a mini top knot on the back.
For your 36 ° viewing pleasure. The Samurai Man Bun can also be an actual twisted bun if you have enough length.
We do not know where or when this image comes from, but it speaks the truth, especially when you combine your hair with a tiger shirt. With an undercut and long hair at the top, you have a wide selection of styles available, from the lace knot to messy hair or the smooth look, either back or side .
While it is often worn smoothly, the samurai man’s bun also looks great worn chaotic and product free. It can be a simple weekend style or a formal dress à la Jared Leto.
Here is the Samurai style with long hair. We’ve talked about the Half Ponytail Hairstyle before and it’s an excellent alternative to man buns for long haired guys looking to mix things up. With hair halfway up and half down, it’s the best of both worlds.