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Official Hair Length Guide for Men - Shaved, Short, Medium and Long
03-20-2014, 05:57 PM
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Official Hair Length Guide for Men - Shaved, Short, Medium and Long
The following is our official hair length guide for men. The length categories are near shaved hair, short hair, medium length hair and long hair. We will cover the 4 length categories as well as the haircuts, hairstyles and hair products suitable for each of the categories (listed again below).
  • Near shaved hair
  • Short hair
  • Medium length hair
  • Long hair
The length of your hair is an important attribute to know as it is part of profiling your hair. Together with your hair type (click link for hair type guide), your hair length will determine what hair products you use or what hairstyles will favor you. Just like with the hair type guide we use in this forum, this hair length guide is based on the length guide as well as teachings of Rogelio, the men's hair guru who published the much-recommended book The Men's Hair Book. The book is full of really valuable hair guides like this guide you're reading on hair lengths as well as many grooming and styling methods that will allow you to fully profile your locks and to exactly tailor your hairstyles and hair care to the specific needs of your mane.

As said, your hair will fall under any of the aforementioned length categories: near shaved, short, medium or long. Your hair grows at an average of half an inch per month, so in a couple of months you may find yourself moving up a length category, the same way you may find yourself a category (or several) down when you get a haircut. Just go by the instructions in this hair length guide and use common sense.

Near shaved hair

Near shaved hair is hair that is, for all aesthetics purposes, stubble. This particular length ranges between a shaved head all the way to a "hair clipper" cut done with no guiding comb attached (also known as a clipper cut with a #0 clipper or lower such as a #000). Because of the extremely short length of the hair, there is no hairstyling requirements unlike the remaining 3 length categories.

For near shaved hair, all you will need is either a good safety razor to shave your hair (like this premium safety razor, avoid straight razors) or a high-quality hair clipper (like this specific clipper) to clip your hair super short without making the clipping of the hair painful (cheap and even regular hair clippers can hurt when clipping the hair very short as the hair is pulled instead of sliced!). Just to avoid the annoying experiencing of pulling your hair when clipping it is one hell of a good reason for owning a high quality hair clipper like the one I've posted in the link (plus that recommended hair clipper will last you years and is really versatile).

Men with near shaved haircuts include Vin Diesel and Bruce Willis.

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Short hair

Short hair ranges between a clipper length higher than a #0 (i.e. a #1) all the way to 2 inches. Short hair is very popular among men because this is the length where hair is very convenient to wear and style. Even more so, short hair is the most favorite length for curly hair men as curly hair can be kept easily under control at this length.

Mens haircuts for short hair

The haircuts for short hair include any of the military haircuts as well as all kinds of taper cuts, fades and undercuts. Likewise, short hair can be trimmed with scissors, clipped with a hair clipper or be cut with both (the last option is the most popular with young men). A common haircut for short mens hair is a convertible haircut where the top is trimmed with scissors (1 to 2 inches) while the sides and back of the head are done in a taper.

Mens hairstyles for short hair

In terms of styling short mens hair, you can do most styles with scissor-trimmed hair (hair that hasn't been clipped) such as a side part, a side fringe, spiky hair, a modern slick back, shaggy hair (better with 2 inches though), a quiff, a faux hawk and even recreate layers with a hair straightener.

Mens Hair products for short hair

A hair clipper like the one recommended for near shaved hair is an excellent styling tool to own for short hair. Furthermore, because short hair (as opposed to near shaved hair) requires a clipper length higher than a #0, you should also purchase this set of guiding combs which are easily attached to the hair clipper recommended for near shaved hair and which will widen your range of haircut lengths (in fact, get both the clipper and set of guiding combs recommended regardless of the length of hair you want to sport, as the clipper and guiding combs will be very useful in the future when you want a new haircut!).

With regards to styling products, you have three products that will be great to style short hair: a wax, a pomade and a gel. Get this hair wax for great hair control while having your hair look natural and glossy (great for a quiff and shaggy/messy hair). Get this pomade for side parts and side fringes of all kinds. And get this hair gel for spiky hair and for a faux hawk. You can use these products for other hairstyles you have in mind, and my recommendation is to own the 3 products (the ones in the links posted have great prices) as those 3 products are the bare styling essentials for mens hair.

Guys like Cristiano Ronaldo and Taylor Lautner have short hair.

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Medium length hair

Medium length hair is hair that ranges in length between 2 inches up to 6 inches. Medium length hair is a very popular length with straight haired men as straight hair remains easy to control at these medium lengths while curly hair tends to stick out and puff at any medium length (the latter being a common complaint among curly haired men).

Mens haircuts for medium length hair

The haircuts for medium hair are similar in shape to the ones for short hair, although the Undercut is a trendy haircut for young men where the hair is sharply clipped with the same length on the sides and back of the head (a hair clipper like the one recommended earlier is great for giving yourself an Undercut).

Mens hairstyles for medium length hair

For styling medium length hair, all the hairstyles for short hair are equally applicable, but, as an addon, the side swept style and slicked back hair style are 2 hairstyles that are suited for medium length hair. Furthermore, a shaggy hairstyle done with a good hair straightener (individually iron each lock you want to have textured) works really well for medium length hair too. Lastly, the brush up hairstyle and the quiff are also great hairstyles for medium length hair.

Hair products for medium length hair

Medium length hair could be considered as the perfect length for mens hair products. You can use any styling products available on top of the wax, pomade and gel recommended for short hair.

Mousse works great for medium length curly hair as well as for getting big volume for straight hair (such as in a brush up), a great styling mousse for this length of hair is this specific mousse.

Styling creams work very well to shape your hair while fighting the frizz (i.e. frizzy hair) and flyaway hairs as well as to yield and enhance a wet look effect, so styling creams are quite versatile styling products and work for just about any hairstyle too (a great styling cream is this one here).

Hair spray is also another great product for medium length hair. You can use hair spray to keep your hair secured into any shape or style that defies gravity such as a quiff, brush up hairstyle or medium spikes. A good hair dryer will also provide flexibility to your hair instead of leaving it stiff, so it's always a good decision to buy a good hair spray (this hair spray works really well for men).

By now, a hair dryer will also be a great addition to your hairstyling weaponry. A good hair dryer will dry your hair faster while providing extra gloss, fighting frizz and enhancing your chosen hairstyle! It will also allow you to get more volume on your hair (as much as you want), so a good hair dryer is a great choice for men with medium straight hair (which naturally lacks in volume) and men with thinning hair (since overall volume is drastically reduced with thinning hair). For an excellent hair dryer that will do all I have listed and treat your hair with great care, go with this hair dryer, which will will perform optimally for years and always deliver epicness to your hair.

Popular celebrity men with medium length hair include Zayn Malik and Leonardo DiCaprio.

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Long hair

Long hair is any hair that is longer than 6 inches. At such lengths, straight hair will naturally begin to gain volume (the longer it is, the more volume it gains) while curly hair will start hanging down instead of puffing out as it otherwise does at medium lengths. Long hair is not a popular length for men although most long hair men have straight hair and not curly hair since long curly hair is prone to tangling and forming knots (which can be a pain to fix!).

Considering that hair grows on average half an inch per month, expect to take at least a year to be able to own long hair when growing it from short hair. If you're serious about growing your hair long, then we highly recommend you to get The Men's Hair Book as you will find tables on hair growing "time frames" for your hair type as well as lots of relevant and highly useful advice for male hair (even if you don't plan on growing your hair long, get the book as it is a life saver and will help you tremendously in maximizing your hair and its aesthetics).

Mens haircuts for long hair

The main mens haircut for long hair is the one done on layers to graciously keep the long locks at shoulder length. On the other hand, for men with hair that is longer than the length to reach the shoulders, haircuts are uncommon and instead the hair will be minimally trimmed to fix any split ends or "broken" hair tips. Lastly, you may get a side undercut in the veins of the Skrillex haircut where one side of the head is shaved or clipped near shaved to add a contrasting look to the hair (I highly recommend against a Skrillex haircut as you will throw away years of hair growth to have your hair look awkward for many years ahead!).

Mens hairstyles for long hair

The main hairstyle for long hair is a loose style or "dangling" style. By all means, you can side part, middle part or slick back your lengthy locks, but the most favorite overall style for long hair is wearing it loose. Other than a loose hairstyle, tying the hair into a ponytail is a popular hairstyle as is the man bun hairstyle where the hair is tied into a bun or half bun to make a ponybun (the man bun has become trendy among men in recent times).

Mens hair products for long hair

The only styling products that are highly recommended for long hair are hair mousse and styling creams (see the particular ones we recommended for medium length hair as they are very useful for long hair too). Hair gel and pomade can be used on long hair but only for straight hair and wavy hair that doesn't exceed the shoulders as those two hair types at those length can only tolerate gels and pomade. If you have coiled curly hair or kinky curly hair, you are better off using hair mousse, a styling cream (the one recommended for medium length hair is excellent for this curly hair) or even using some coconut butter to not only keep the curly hair in good shape but also keep it conditioned and moisturized (this particular coconut butter is an excellent choice as it is not only pure but also raw and organic).

In terms of styling tools, a hair dryer is of great use for long hair as long hair takes a long time to fully dry, so using a hair dryer will be a life saver on cold mornings where leaving the house with minimally damp hair will not be a pleasant experience. Furthermore, hair dryers like the premium hair dryer recommended above for medium length hair will enhance your lengthy locks and add a glossier look while fighting frizz (frizzy hair can become a big issue with long hair). If you want to tie your hair into a ponytail or man bun then consider male hair accessories such as headbands, hair elastics, scrunchies and even bobby pins!

A hair straightener (aka flat iron) is also a great styling tool to own for long hair. A good straightener will make any of the curly hair types (wavy, coiled and kinky) fully straight without damaging the hair (cheap straighteners will damage your hair so beware!). Even with long straight hair, using a straightener can be of great styling use as "straightened" straight hair will have a different look and texture from the rest of the naturally-straight hair on the head.

An excellent hair straightener to own is this one from BabyLiss as it not only does the job perfectly but it will also last without breaking a whole lot longer than just about all the rest of hair straighteners (including much more expensive straighteners too). For what is worth, the recommended hair straightener in the link is also great for straightening medium length hair, so get that straightener if you plan on having any hair that is longer than 2 inches and you want to have a wider range of hairstyling options available.

Popular celebrity men with long hair include Jared Leto, Johnny Depp and Troy Polamalu.

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03-21-2014, 11:19 AM
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RE: Official Hair Length Guide for Men - Shaved, Short, Medium and Long
Another great guide to add to our collection Smile
This one & the guide we have on hair types should be the starting points to mens hair & our forum members - agreed. Shall I make this guide a sticky TMHF?
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03-21-2014, 02:09 PM
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This was one of the few guides you guys had left and still this forum is full of lots of goodies to learn. I think it is important to really consider the length of your hair because like it was posted each category is different with its styling and needs. I have noticed this a lot since I bought the book and grew my hair then cut it. Surprised @ how length does matter with hair Big Grin

Off topic... maybe also include in the future something about the norwood stages like in the hair profile chapter of The Mens Hair book? Rogelio mentions that for a full profile the extent or lack of balding should also be taken into account. I know we have lots of hair loss information and information on the norwood scale but somehow blended into the hair type and also the hair length? just a suggestion guys.
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03-22-2014, 03:28 PM
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(03-21-2014 11:19 AM)Jurgen Wrote:  Another great guide to add to our collection Smile
This one & the guide we have on hair types should be the starting points to mens hair & our forum members - agreed. Shall I make this guide a sticky TMHF?

Thanks for reminding me, Jurgen! Yes, this guide is a sticky as it is part of the must-read men's hair guides that we have published. Just made it now a sticky thread, buddy.


(03-21-2014 02:09 PM)James Wrote:  This was one of the few guides you guys had left and still this forum is full of lots of goodies to learn. I think it is important to really consider the length of your hair because like it was posted each category is different with its styling and needs. I have noticed this a lot since I bought the book and grew my hair then cut it. Surprised @ how length does matter with hair Big Grin

Off topic... maybe also include in the future something about the norwood stages like in the hair profile chapter of The Mens Hair book? Rogelio mentions that for a full profile the extent or lack of balding should also be taken into account. I know we have lots of hair loss information and information on the norwood scale but somehow blended into the hair type and also the hair length? just a suggestion guys.

James, certainly we are looking into more hair profiling guides. However, The Men's Hair Book covers absolutely everything on hair profiling (and grooming, hair care and hairstyles), and we already highly recommend The Men's Hair Book as additional reading to our forum.

Considering that the book is worth its weight in gold, anyone reading our forums should spend a couple of bucks to have it as it is a book that will be a lifetime reference. The whole hair profiling concept that Rogelio pioneered and detailed in The Men's Hair Book is genius, and we certainly want to cover his whole concept in a summarized version (and with his permission). This guide on hair length and the one on hair types are must reads for all men interested in their improving their hair, and we will be looking in the future at the extra creative bits of hair profiling created by Rogelio Smile

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03-24-2014, 11:22 AM
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Very detailed explanations of each length. Congrats for this guide matey.
As you have said it is somewhat easy to move on to the next length category so knowing your length every month or couple of months is a good tip to use. Just face the mirror with a ruler and grab the longest lock on your head.

TMHF perhaps explicitly mention in the guide that the lengths are for hair that is 'extended' when measuring? surely most guys will pull their hair and extend it intuitively but maybe some lads will just get a lock and measure it without doing any extension. This goes for curly lads especially as curly hair can have a huge difference between the length found out when extending the lock of hair and when not extending it. IN fact that itself is taught in the book (Men's Hair Book) and it can pose a problem for curly lads.

For example I just read a post from a forum member who mentioned his length variation which because he has straight hair is small. However for a curly lad... the difference can be enormous.

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03-28-2014, 08:46 AM
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Thanks to all these explanations.
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03-28-2014, 04:49 PM
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Yes I recognize this hair type guide it is based in the hair profile system of Rogelio in the Mens Hair book. This is a good summary guide and it shows it is important to know more or less the length of your hair!

In the book guide for hair lngth Rogelio also talks about the curl factor which is also a very important part of his system. I read today a thread of a forum member talking of the curl factor and how important it is for the right hairstyles and for getting a haircut!maybe in the future also make small summary of that part of the book system. i find everything in Rogelios hair system to be connected and so much of use and great results. Maybe include also a summary reference to curl factor by Rogelio?

Congratulations admin for giving us this summary guide and congratulations to Rogelio for creating lots of new hairstyle guides for men Heart
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04-02-2014, 03:29 PM
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This length guide is really good and really useful if you are also using it with the rest of the book. I like how in the book you create your hair id and how stuff like length of your hair can make a big difference on how to take care and style your hair.
My main wtf moment was when i read in the book how much it takes kinky hair to show the visible length. Like the visible length a dude with straight hair gets in a year can take what like 5 years for a dude with kinky curly hair!!

I have friends with kinky hair but they never really grow it longer than short anyhow so i never knew how freaking tough it can be to get some length going on for this hair type.
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04-04-2014, 01:11 PM
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Since this guide is like a very small version of the hair length guide from The Mens Hair book in the hair profile chapter... I remember the 1st thing I did when I read that chapter was rush to the bathroom with a ruler to measure my hair and measure the angle of curving for the curl factor and work out my hair type too Big Grin never knew I could know these kinds of cool things from a book and about my hair ha!!

Fwiw knowing stuff like my hair length or hair type made me finally understand why I was failing so badly with my hairstyles in the past. The same is for the rest of dudes who see a hairstyle in a magazine and think they can get it too but they fail cause for example good luck trying to have a modern slick back like David Beckham if you have short coiled curly hair. In the book Rogelio says to be realistic and that every hair type and hair length has the right styles but you have to first find out the exact profile of your hair. That is where success in hair aesthetics starts from.
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05-17-2014, 01:42 PM
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Hey thanks for this guide.

I already have the mens hair book and it is an awesome book. This is the same length guide from the book right??

It uses the same categories and I know the hair type tutorial in the forum was taken from the book too which is cool as I think that hair type tutorial is so important to know and the book has all the details too.

Well for me my hair is thinning so the shaved look or short hair is what it is going to be my ultimate look.

I am going to try to squeeze as much as I can from my hair until I look like a clown with medium hair.
Only then will I shave it Big Grin
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05-20-2014, 02:38 PM
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(05-17-2014 01:42 PM)Vladimir Wrote:  Hey thanks for this guide.

I already have the mens hair book and it is an awesome book. This is the same length guide from the book right??

It uses the same categories and I know the hair type tutorial in the forum was taken from the book too which is cool as I think that hair type tutorial is so important to know and the book has all the details too.

Well for me my hair is thinning so the shaved look or short hair is what it is going to be my ultimate look.

I am going to try to squeeze as much as I can from my hair until I look like a clown with medium hair.
Only then will I shave it Big Grin

Vlad, indeed, this guide is a very short summarized version of the actual hair length guide in The Men's Hair Book, that's why it rings a bell Wink We did, of course, ask Rogelio for permission to summarize his guide and he being his usual cool had no problems with letting us do so. Rogelio's hair length guide and hair type guide that he pioneered are excellent hairstyle and male grooming resources and we wanted to use them as part of the knowledge foundation to our forum Smile There's much more to hair length as Rogelio covers in his book, but the very basics as per this guide will help you all fellow forum members and visitors to advance in your learning and applying of hairstyles as per the dozens of hairstyle guides here at Men's Hair Forum!. And in any case, purchase of The Men's Hair Book is most recommended as the book will be your encyclopedia for the many decades ahead Cool

I actually answered your hairstyles for thinning hair thread with mens hairstyles examples of what would suit men like you who are thinning and/or balding. There are hairstyle options still left, so keep your spirits high (and read the thread)!

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06-08-2014, 01:18 AM
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Thank you for this guide--I saved a few of the pictures as references LOL
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07-25-2014, 04:54 AM
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i find it hard to consider if my hair is short or medium since the side is just about 0.3-0.5 inch but the top is about more than 2 inch Smile
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12-11-2014, 06:41 PM
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Thank you very much this is the best forum!
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01-05-2015, 10:43 PM
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thanks man for all the help
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01-19-2015, 01:08 PM
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I just wondered, are all post meant for people with thin hair, curly thin hair is alot different than thick curly hair.
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01-21-2015, 05:43 AM
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(01-19-2015 01:08 PM)Jawad21 Wrote:  I just wondered, are all post meant for people with thin hair, curly thin hair is alot different than thick curly hair.

It's the same regardless of how thick your hair is. What is thick hair versus thin hair? For the record, most people confuse hair-strand thickness with hair density.

The actual range of thickness of a strand is too minuscule to notice it with your eyes only. You'd have to use a microscope to confirm the actual thickness and whether your hair is on the thinner or thicker side.

Hair density, on the other, refers to how many hair strands you have per square inch or square centimeter. The healthy range can go 80,000 hair strands on your scalp to 150,000 hair strands, so the high end of the range is almost double that of the low end of the range in healthy men.

Any male with a high hair density would notice his hair looks "thick", hard to style and "strong", when it's just an illusion stemming from the hair strands being too close to each other yielding this effect.

In the case of having a high hair density, the only difference in its grooming is growing it longer to be able to style it flat and use a little bit more product than usual to ensure the coating of all hair strands with the product. Likewise, since there are more follicles on the scalp, there's a higher chance of more sebum production, which would mean having to work harder with methods such as the Sebum Coating method or having to shampoo more frequently. In any case, you would discover your unique and optimal hair grooming needs via trial and error, which is what we promote in this forum (instead of just buying a product and hoping your hair looks like David Beckham's hair).

The only case where I can think of that hair thickness would matter is with male pattern baldness. In this case, the hair strands do thin out (and fall), but at this stage, the main goal is to avoid further hair thinning, rather than finding the perfect cosmetic styling.

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02-11-2016, 12:30 PM
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This is good, informative stuff, thanks!

Only thing is, there's kind of a big jump between medium and long though. Could have something for medium-long, which a fair amount of guys have, especially around high school age haha. I agree you don't see as many men nowadays with truly long hair like you did back in say the 60s and 70s. I guess what I used to have for a long time was something in between the medium and long categories here (between 4-5 inches, sometimes closer to 6), but I always considered that just medium. Is long once you reach around shoulder length? Or just once it goes over the ears or comes close to your eyebrows without styling? Today the whole undercut thing is popular so I guess the length of hair on top matters more than the sides and back.

Of course what counts as long or medium or short differs from person to person and these are all a matter of interpretation to an extent.
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03-06-2016, 09:52 PM
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Hi,

The actual range of thickness of a strand is too minuscule to notice it with your eyes only. You'd have to use a microscope to confirm the actual thickness and whether your hair is on the thinner or thicker side.

Hair density, on the other, refers to how many hair strands you have per square inch or square centimeter. The healthy range can go 80,000 hair strands on your scalp to 150,000 hair strands, so the high end of the range is almost double that of the low end of the range in healthy men.
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