With the increasing popularity of feminism, many political and cultural movements have been launched against prejudice about minority groups along with mass media. A desire for mixed sexual images both of feminine sensitivity and masculine reason rather than fixed ones has influenced contemporary styles. The remarkable change out of uniformed male images resulted in the extensive research on the images, but it is limited within general surveys on male fashion and commercial consuming products(e.g., Park, gilsoon, 2005; Lee, Guiork, 2004). This study investigates what effects the masculine images, that is the androgynous traits, have on male hair style. Then, this study corrects the misplaced definition of two types gender image; sexless and androgyny, provides their historical foundation, and follow the changes of contemporary hair style from 1960s. Finally, this study aims to help eliminate fixed ideas and reduce the generation gaps regarding male images, and provides data for further research.