The Long Hair Anime Legend Continues
The last list of anime hairstyles was left in the awkward stage according to some of you, overlooking (arguably) some of the best long hair in anime. After getting lambasted in the comments of Part 1, these new manes are here by your suggestions, because I’d never leave you high and dry.
It’s time to count down even more of the most overpowered do’s in all of anime.
Toad-al Long Hair for Life
Whether he’s training Naruto in the sage way or writing fiction that causes friction, this longhaired toad sage has the white weave to leave us weak-kneed.
Bone Swords and Crimson Locks
The Crimson Locked Soul Reaper has more spirit and shag than almost anyone in the series. No matter if it’s tied up or flowing free, the bone sword samurai kept pushing forward, no matter the odds.
Yoriichi Tsugikuni / Kokushibu
Brothers in Big Hair
The love and hate these bushy brothers have is like a flute in the night. Whether they were on the same side or fighting across the ages, steel sharpened steel and these swordsmen became legends for long hair in anime.
The Number One Headband Fan
While the journey from holder of the Number Two headband to the Number One isn’t for the faint of heart, the billowy fro belonging to Afro is something we can all aspire to.
Flowers and Flow
First-time antagonist and remainder-time hero, the Shinigami of Flowers and Flow is always ready to show what true tranquility is in combat, conversation and capelli.
Future Long Hair
The purple-haired hero from the Android Saga, Trunks showed up to save Goku and show that long hair in anime is alive and well in the future. No matter HOW the purple haired prince has it styled, the flow will live on.
Nacht Faust and His Long Straight Hair
The Shadow of Straight Long Hair in Anime
A man born from shadow and devils, Nacht is one complicated long hair in anime. Going from a bushy bleach-blonde to his natural obsidian waterfall, his hair matches his character growth from carefree to responding to a higher calling.
The Samurai of Shampoo
This stoic samurai is a long-layered legend. Fighting for what is right and protecting those who are oppressed, this serious demeanor shows in the luster of his hair.
The Strongest Longhair on Earth
The power to punch an earthquake into submission with the hair-raising skill to fight anything in his way, this Ogre of tasseled tresses is the pinnacle of muscle and style.
The Monster of Manes
The Hero Hunter is out on the prowl. With magnificent peaks on his reverse split pompadour, we don’t know what’s more dangerous about this long hair in anime, his fighting style or the amount of pomade he uses.
Attack on Tresses
The long hair and even longer story of Eren is what helped spark the great anime revolution. Whether he is attacking titans or teasing his tresses, Eren is here to change the world as we know it.
The Hidden Long Hair Antagonist
The Ghost of the Uchiha is a hidden hair antagonist for the original Naruto series. With locks darker than night and a plan larger than his locks, no human can hope to stand in his way.
The Yokai Ronin
This platinum ronin has journeyed through the centuries in search of the strongest opponents and the greatest flow. This dogged pursuit of being the best created a great villain, and an even better anti-hero.
The Intro Villain with the Mile-Long Mop
Not NEARLY as strong as his brother, Raditz does have something that could make Goku weep. That mile-long mop is enough to take a seat in the Saiyan hair hall of fame.
(But Not Quite Anime)
A Man of Mane and Pain in Anime
While not QUITE an anime hero, Jack has inspired millions to the high ball life in his day. Whether he’s fighting the forces of Darkness or meditating on his future past, Jack will always be a man of the mane.
The Final Chapter of Long Hair in Anime?
You helped us make this list of massively mammoth do’s. When it comes to long hair in anime, these are the manes that inspire higher hair and longer locks.
Though unlikely, it’s still possible we may have missed some, so let us know who your animane-man is if he’s not represented here!
Legendary Longhairs in Anime Part I
What long hair in anime are we missing? Share in the comments!
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You forgot maximillian pegusus from yu-gi-oh and hakimaru from dororo
Samurai Jack is an all-time LEGEND. You love to see it.
you forgot Broly. either the original or the new incarnation. both have about shoulder length hair. actually dbz Broly inspired one of my personal favorite hairstyles to use. a half up ponytail or bun with 4 loose bangs over my face.
it is significant that these characters come from manga, a Japanese comic strip appealing to the aesthetics preceding the Meiji era. indeed, following the ultimatum of Commodore Peary (1848), Japan became a mixture of factories and military barracks, with military discipline (like Germany)
then, with proconsul Mc Arthur (1945-1952), the Japanese was forced to inhabit concrete cubes and wear pants and shirts.
which explains this veneration of the past in the arts, especially since the Japanese aesthetic imposed itself during the twentieth century in Western art (and first in Paris Montparnasse art school), but also as a factor of protestation against the uniform modernity
Love this series. So fun. Hmmm who is missing…. Gildarts Clive from Fairy Tail, Kyojuro Rengoku and Tenzen Uzui from Demon Slayer, and Aizawa from My Hero Academia!
Sounds like we’ll need to add a volume 3 pretty soon, David!
Love the longhairs in anime but you missed the ultimate longhair that started it all. VAMPIRE HUNTER D. Thanks for all the great products guys.
Maybe he’ll make it to volume 3!
The only character you’re missing (in my opinion) is Senku Tsukasa from Dr. Stone. If you don’t know who he is, look him up. He is badass. And if you’ve never watched Dr. Stone, you need to. It will change your life.