Latest Punk Hairstyles 2010
Punk hairstyles are in the category of hairstyles that are simply hard to ignore. Wear a punk hairstyle, and you can be sure that you will leave heads turning everywhere you go. Of course, while there are many similar hairstyles, hard to notice hairstyles, as it were, what sets hairstyles apart is the fact that they tend to be conspicuous in a nice way (as they mostly tend to be decently neat), so that the people ‘noticing’ the wearer ‘notice him or her for all the right reasons.’ Obviously, this is in great contrast to many ‘head turning’ aka attention-grabbing hairstyles, which tend to convey the wearer as a bit too frivolous. Even for the most conservative folks, punk hairstyles tend to at least ace the decent test.
The roots of punk hairstyle can be traced to a few decades back, with the emergence of the punk sub-culture that rocked the world greatly about two to three decades ago. The punk sub culture was of course not just about the punk hairstyle, as it came complete with it is own music (punk music, if you remember), and even its mannerisms that subscribers to it adhered to according to some unwritten code.
Perhaps in keeping with the ‘law of cycles,’ we are seeing a rising resurgence of interest in hairstyles, with many youths who surely could not have been there at the height of the punk subculture, donning them proudly. Resurgence aside, of course, there are older folks (or rather middle aged folks, to use the right term) who have always kept their punk hairstyles since their heyday to this day. For long, such folks have been treated as a bit ‘eccentric’ for having gotten ‘stuck in a time warp’ but with the renewed resurgence of the punk hairstyles, we might find people forming kinder opinions on them.