Do you love edgy, daring, super cool hairstyles? Do you want to get more creative with your hair? You’ve come to the right place. We predict these will be the top hair picks of 2024, so you’re welcome.
This not-so-popular haircut is inspired by the late Baingor Joiner, a young Nigerian multi-disciplinary artist. Bai is a form of self-expression that represents coolness, creativity, freedom and afrofuturism. Who wouldn’t want to embody these values in the new year?
If you haven’t seen this OG Marvel franchise, featuring Wesley Snipes, then you aren’t as hip as you think. And if your barber isn’t skilled, what you’ll get is a violation instead of a stylish and confident don’t-fuck-with-me look.
This radical haircut was football legend and ex-Brazilian striker, Ronaldo de Lima’s tactic to shift attention from his injury during the 2002 World Cup, and it worked. After he sported the cut, he (and his team) won the semi-final against Turkey and the final against Germany. This was the cut he had on as he lifted the 2002 World Cup and won the Golden Boot.
Nigerian artist, Prettyboy D-O, is popular for his creative hairstyle. He dyes his hair in multi colours and patterns — sometimes, it’s wildfire, flowers or heart symbols. D-O is a walking canvas, and his style is for the vibrant risk-takers.
Adekunle Gold had this haircut on for a promotional shoot in 2018. It’s a 90’s retro style, an Afro-fade with a part down the middle. If you rock vintage fashion, this is the perfect cut to cap it up.
Most recently seen on the late Mohbad, this eye-catching style requires your hair to be just long enough to twist into neat, tiny knots. This can be your prelude to full braids.
A skinned, shiny head will forever be popular among the people of earth. If you like breeze hitting your skull directly, getting random scalp rubs, or paying barbers simply disgust you, go for this cheap, simple and classic cut.