I could never do a post describing every single Goth hairstyle that is out there for either sex... there may be a few 'basic classics' such as the deathhawk, and the standard long black waterfall of hair, but the trouble with Goths is that you just can't classify or catalogue everything they do, because most of us like to take inspiration from a style, and then make it their own.
With hairstyles as with fashion, there are just as many exciting and unique styles for gentlemen as for ladies, but unless you dig around you're likely to see just a few 'standard' styles - long, straight and centre-parted; deathhawk or mohawk; cyber-tastic dreadlocks, usually with some shaven head sections.
With this thought in mind, I have been digging around the internet to try and find some images of men's hairstyles that do not fit any of the above categories. (If you are inspired by any of these hairstyles, remember that hairdresses and stylists are usually more than happy to try and recreate an image if you print it off and take it to them.) I am going to link to these images so as not to tread on anyone's copyright!
This is Thomas Vitriol *passes round hanky to the Goth ladies to mop up drool*. I don't believe any further words are necessary.
Joji looking stunning as always.
Crimping and a ponytail. Very simple, can be done on almost any hair, yet weirdly underrated.
Plenty of inspiration with this photoset. There seems to be a sad lack of backcombing/teasing amongst young Goth lads nowadays; hopefully the first, third and eighth photos could provoke a comeback. The fourth and seventh photos I love unreservedly.
Bouffants! Not just for the ladies! Requires backcombing and A LOT of hairspray, but worth it.
This guy = when eldergoth meets Visual Kei.
I'm pretty sure this is Mana? Whether it is or not, 'pretty' was definitely the key word in that sentence.
Simple can be striking.
When in doubt? CLIVE.