From the wind to the salt to the sun to the sand, there are so many different elements that come together to create surfer hairstyles.
The most iconic surfer hairstyle is the long, sun-bleached, curly surfer haircut. For surfers, this type of hairstyle comes pretty naturally. Plus, this iconic surfer hairstyle doesn't require much maintenance. All you need to take care of it is some good shampoo, a few cool showers each week, and some light finger combing.
Let's see what you can do to get this surfer hairstyle, even if you don't live near the water.
Surfer Hair Never Goes Out Of Style. Here's How To Get It:
Let Your Hair Grow
The first thing you need to do is let your hair grow.
At some point, you might get the temptation to cut your hair, especially when it gets to the medium awkward phase.
However, if you cut your hair at this point, it won't grow long enough.
Proper surfer hair should be at least down to your chin.
Allow your hair to grow out naturally.
The style and texture will come in time. Embrace the beach bum lifestyle!
Scrunch Your Hair
You can use many hair products to scrunch your hair, though we recommend going with high-end scrunchies that won't rip your hair out or pull it at the scalp. Put your long hair in a messy bun.
Mist Your Hair For That Long Surfer Hairstyle
When your hair is up in its messy bun, spray it lightly with a mixture of salt and water. The salt is what's going to give it that fresh, out-of-the-water look. After you've misted your hair, take it out of the hair tie and scrunch it a bit more to create waves.
Surfer Hairstyle Ideas
Messy, medium-length curls are a wonder surfer look. The beauty of this surfer haircut is that it is extremely low maintenance and looks awesome whether your hair is wet or dry.
If you have straight or wavy hair, a good shoulder-length messy surfer hairstyle is a great choice. What we truly love about this hairstyle is that you can rock the free-spirit vibes, as it requires no maintenance at all.
Short Blonde Surfer Hair
If you're looking for a sun-bleached hairstyle that will give you that surfer dude look without your family calling you a beach bum, we recommend going short on the sides and medium on top.
This kind of men's surfer style works whether you have straight, wavy, or curly hair.
Plus, having short to mid-length surfer hair is probably the best choice if you work in an office environment.
No Hair? No Problem!
Kelly Slater, one of the best surfers in the world has been rocking a shaved head for years. Bald men, rejoice.