Mowhawks can be left down to hang at one side or can be slicked back. They also can be styled upward using extra-hold gel or hair wax.
The smart style of this tailored haircut feels as fresh as it looks. That’s because the hair will only have longer lengths on top, while the sides have a blend of shorter cuts. The smart boys cut is extremely versatile and can be styled with lightweight smoothing lotion for extra class, or left wild and free for a more casual appearance. It looks particularly good on men with oval, triangular or square face shapes.
A hair cowlick doesn’t have to be frustrating – just work it into a personal style the ladies will love. Coarse hair works best for styled cowlicks, and you may want to consider an undercut to stave off some of the thickness. While cowlicks can be difficult to tame, your stylist will show you how to use proper hair products and upkeep the ideal look with regular salon appointments.
At their essence, good boy haircuts are simple and clean. Nothing crazy and fancy there. Just some cute spikes and a short, smooth fade. Good haircuts for guys should have a youthful appeal, and this haircut has just that. To style this cut, apply a light hold gel immediately after showering and run your fingers through your hair.
Volume and height play important roles in current hairstyles for men. To give your roots that coveted lift, cut a faded undercut and style a pomp. Use a round brush and a hairdryer to achieve those cute ocean-like waves that show off the faded edges and give you a punk rock vibe.
This year, the rules are out the window, as more and more boys have decided to make a statement and create their signature styles. You should definitely take a look at these fresh, classy and effortless men`s short hairstyles!
A side part haircut will give you a classic and stylish look you can wear everywhere. Following long top trends from the past, the classic side part haircut is divided deeply on one side with the rest of the hair brushed over and set with a product.
In order to create this look, the hair has to be slicked back. Keep the hair long on top and medium length on the sides. This haircut requires only scissors. Keep the hair shorter on the sides but not so short that it cannot be slicked back. Make sure the hair fades into longer lengths at the top so the hair can successfully be smoothed out across the top of the head. The hair on the top should not require too much layering, it just needs to start getting shorter at the back area at the crown of the head.
How to get it – The hair cut should only cover the tip of the ears and the bangs should be spliced up about half an inch away from the eyebrows. The thing to remember when cutting this hair is to create shorter layers up top that will add volume to hair that naturally falls flat.
With faded styles, you don’t have to go too drastic, but it’s always nice to show off some contrast. Fades work on all hair types, especially for those blessed with natural lift and volume at their roots. However, the spiked effect can be enhanced with a small amount of product. Style your longer hair up and define the ends for this cool stiff-looking yet soft-to-the touch look.
This rather pretentious hairstyle was first seen in classic movies. Although many men wore the Pompadour hairstyle well back then, it was Clark Gable that truly managed to make a statement with it. We often see it on fashion runways, and hairstylists are saying that this elegant vintage cut is making a strong comeback. That’s probably because more and more men are now wearing tailored suits and require a more sophisticated hairstyle to go with them. The great thing about the Side Part Pompadour is the fact that it works with all hair lengths and it can be easily kept in place with pomade.
This cute style is one of the top guys haircuts. The textured waves with plenty of volume create a charming, romantic look that’s hard to achieve with spiky cuts for straight hair. Depending on your wardrobe, this haircut can skew preppy or hip. To keep it looking effortless, use a lightweight pomade on air dried hair.
This style is perfect for the little hipsters that want unique toddler boy haircuts.
These are versatile and stunning on African American men. You will need to go to a braiding salon to get any variation of cornrow styles. If you would like your braids shaped into waves, spikes, letters or numbers, this can be done by an experienced braider. Short cornrows are incredibly popular during the summer months, and as for rows of braids for men, they will likely always be in style.
The classic slicked back hairstyle is simple, comfortable and quite dashing. This look can be easily achieved by pulling the hair back with a brush and styling it with some hairproduct. A useful tip would be to cut the hair shorter on the sides, while gradually increasing the length towards the top.
With the current popularity of men with “Dad Bod,” think Russel Crowe and Vince Vaughn, it’s only a matter of time before “Dad Hair” becomes a cool hairstyle for men. The medium look says “I care enough about my look not to embarrass you, but I also won’t take more time getting ready than you.” It’s the perfect balance.
Since this haircut is made for thicker hair, the style should hold itself up pretty well. Use gel or mousse to add texture and to keep the hair up front from falling flat.
If a boy is blessed with beautiful curls they should have a haircut that lets them shine.
Buzz cuts do not require much styling but, for longer buzz cuts, some mousse or gel could grant a little more texture.
A classic taper cut involves thick hair on top gradually decreasing in length on the sides and the back of the head. If you’ve ever combed a tapered hairstyle, you know the importance of keeping it maintained with a product and regular shampoos – otherwise your tapered masterpiece will quickly go wild. This is one of the most requested hairstyles for men due to its versatility.
Young boys` hair varies with plenty of looks to choose from. An induction cut is popular, whether or not a boy plans to enlist. As a military cut is one of the shortest half- shaved cuts available, many young men appreciate its no-nonsense look and ease of maintenance. Cut very short, it works for almost every face shape and hair type. The barber will use a razor to bring your induction cut to perfection.
An easy way to deal with balding is to go with a high fade so the transition is more natural and seamless. At the same time this particular cut is universally flattering and will also work for boys who have plenty of hair and want a bold half shaved look. Now this is one of the most popular boys haircuts.
This isn’t a boy’s hairstyle in its own right, but rather a trend. Although, a few years ago, it was considered a taboo for guys to dye their hair, nowadays it has become a normal thing. Men dye their hair for two reasons: they either wish to conceal strands of gray hair, or they simply wish to make a statement. The model in the picture above is sporting a platinum blonde color and a cool side-swept undercut.
As much as we love seeing wild, untamed locks and man buns, we have to admit that a clean hairstyle will always be considered classier. The example above is nothing more than a styled tapered cut, with a well-defined side parting.
Long and point cut for cool texture, this hairstyle suggests plenty of hair product to hold it in place. Get the sides shaved to bring the emphasis to the top of the head. Keep your face clean shaven for this one – any facial hair can distract from the cool trick of hair defying gravity.
For a nice look that’s retro and modern at the same time, go for a deconstructed pompadour. This style features the old school silhouette but reveals some novelty in texture. Modern hair products like dry shampoos and light-weight pomades allow for more natural texture with excellent hold.
No, they didn’t disappear with the 1980s – in fact, today’s Mohawk is more modern and versatile than ever before. It’s known for its signature hair strip in the middle – you can make this as thin or thick as you’d like, as well as incorporate various lengths into the final look. A faux hawk is done by clipping the sides of the head and trimming some longer hair up top that can then either flow free or go into a ‘hawk position with some holding gel. A classic Mohawk will leave hair longer on top, while a fade Mohawk often features medium-length spiked hair. Nowadays this cut tends to be one of the most noticeable trends among men from all around the world!
Before you go to a salon to refresh your haircut, it’s good to make up your mind as to how you would like to look. Your hairstylist can recommend the right haircut, relying on your hair type, face shape, and general preferences. If you spend 10 minutes every day on hair styling, you will always have a stylish look.
Sometimes the best hairstyles for men are the ones that are not overdone or forced. This faded haircut with a crisp facial hairstyle hits all the right notes. It’s a strong yet neat look for a powerful business man.
How to get it – When cutting, use a number two clipper head on the sides and back and a number three on top. This style requires good blending all around, simply run the clippers throughout the hair on all sides, making sure to blend naturally. Depending on the length, stand-alone clippers may be needed around the neck and ears, but scissors can work as well.
Short haircuts for men don’t have to be classic. Instead, try something a bit more stylish—like this asymmetrical cut with sharp bangs. Pay attention to the back view of this cut. The hair is left a bit longer. Also, all the lines have to be super accurate.
This is another great clean-shaven option, except this look is perfect for men with thin hair. It’s an easy hairstyle that won’t take too much prep time in the morning. A bit of a light hold product, possibly with a wet look effect, will create a fabulous edgy look.
Styling – This hairstyle can be left alone but can also work well with a loose-hold gel.
Fine hair definitely appears thicker when grown out longer and undercut. This softer version of the modern pompadour is full of texture and movement, perfect for men who seek a current style with short styling time.
Joel McHale has chosen a haircut variety that flatters him the most. The extremely short temples and razored hair on top are the attributes of the popular male haircut that looks showy, but needs styling. Gel or wax will help you to complete the look and enhance the texture of your hair.
How to get it – When cutting, it should land nice and clean around the ears and neck. The sides should be cut at about an inch while the top blends up to two or three inches long. Blend the top and bottom using scissors and a comb while doing to finger technique to measure the length up top. Layering should not be needed.
“Bed hair” on boys and men is a risky hairstyle, but Daniel Radcliffe’s photo shows us that there are positive experiments in this relation. Spray wax is a nice product to define the texture and style the hair mess.
A butch cut is not quite the same as an extremely short buzz cut. It’s designed with clippers guards from 3 to 5. It sure is a popular boys haircut go, thanks to its low maintenance. It is an incredibly masculine look, and if you are hoping to join the military, this will be your standard ‘do for the next few years. A butch cut is done with clippers and touched up with scissors.
No need to play it safe. If you’re into retro haircuts, don’t be afraid to go all out. The height of a classic pompadour will completely transform your style and give you tons of confidence. Use a blow dryer and round brush to lift the hair straight up and bend it slightly back.
This is a great look for black men who are tired of low top fades. It is a good way to show off your curly hair, while still sporting a fade haircut. The best part is that you can turn this look into a Mohawk by letting your hair grow out a bit more.
How to get it – For this haircut, start with a number one clipper head around the lower neck area and around the ears. As the hair moves up, use a number two and three clipper head to create a blended look. The hair on top should be cut using scissors. Keep the hair at the front of the head long enough that it can be slicked all the way back. When cutting the hair farther towards the back front area, use the scissors to layer and blend the hair with the longer lengths at the front. Make sure the hair in the back does not fall too far at the back of the head. The top hair should be long enough that it can be styled all the way back while also being teased to create the classic “pompadour puff.”
Styling – This style is great because it can be let loose with a light mousse or spiked up with a stronger gel.
Similar to the look above, this hairstyle takes a little more off the sides to make the top stand out more. The disconnected section also draws attention to your beard and helps it to pop more. It’s a different take on the popular shaved styles.
Once the sides are shaved, decide what the desired length for the mohawk is and use clippers that are best for the specific length. If the little rocker wants an extremely long mohawk, scissors may be needed as well. As the mohawk reaches the back of the head, it should start to get shorter and blend with the top, so keep that in mind when shaving or cutting.
Boys young and old look wonderful with this perfectly sculpted hairstyle. The trick is to bring equal focus to the top of the head and facial hair. Add some styling product to spike the top hair forward.
As far as styling goes once the dreads are complete, just continue massaging them between the hands and using the wax on a regular basis to keep the dreads looking clean and controlled.
When it comes to more classic youngsters, this is the style to choose. This style works great for boys with thinner hair that will lay down flat. It can also be done with wavier hair in a more textured fashion.
How to get it – These little boy hairstyles are done similarly to Wispy Dreams, however, the clippers will cut the shorter lengths higher on the head. Once the cut is done, there should be a small amount of longer hair at the top, about two inches wide across the head, while the shorter hair should be blended and clipped with a number three or four clipper head. Use the scissors to cut the longer portion, using small amounts of the layered cutting technique in order to add some texture.
Some boys have inner rock stars that just need to come out and that is where the Toddler Faux-Hawk is found.
Styling – This haircut is usually left on its own but can be styled, if desired, with gel for a more spiky appearance.
Another example of the appeal of a classic cut, this sleek look is elevated by the crispness of the part and sharpness of the lines of the facial hairstyle. It is a universally appealing style that will work well both in formal and casual settings.
If you have thick, dense hair, you may try a hairstyle with a voluminous top and clean sides. It’s going to be especially flattering for guys with round and square faces. The top hair is lifted up during blow-drying. Extra-body finishing spray will hold the lift.
This variation of the undercut features slightly longer sides and a rich fringe in the middle. It would be easier to describe it as a combination of Mohawk and undercut, because the top gradually becomes shorter towards the back and is styled as a Mohawk. This particular haircut for boys looks good only on guys with thick hair.
Start with a number five or six clipper head at the bottom and blend into longer lengths while going up the head. Once the hair reaches slightly below the upper hairline, start using the scissors. The upper back part of the head should be layered shortly while the hair blends into longer lengths as it makes its way to the front. Use the scissors or a razor to create long, choppy layers up front. The hair in the front should be long but not long enough that it hangs down into the face.
In order to start styling dreadlocks, a child’s hair will have to be grown out to the length that creates the desired length of dread. Once the hair is grown out, decide what size dreads are desired. A combination of teasing each dreadlock section towards the scalp and using hair wax to massage the hair sections in between the hands should be done every day for a few weeks. Eventually the hair will become matted in individual dreads and create the desired style.
New hairstyles for men in 2018 often feature a sharp distinction between the top and the sides, and this look is a perfect example of contrasting lengths. The hair on the back and sides is kept very short, while the longer pieces are styled with a maximum height and separation. A dry shampoo formulated for men will be your new best friend with this style.
Styling – This cut can be left alone or a small amount of mousse can help define the texture up top.
A longer variation of the induction cut, the burr cut is clipped with blade size №1. It can be worn on any ethnicity but tends to be most popular with Latino and African American men. This style can vary in form – some opt for designs carved into the side, while others prefer a simple clean cut all over the head. A cool burr is discreet enough not to distract attention from your facial features and personality.
Rebel against the standard barber fare with your own interpretation of hair art. Endless designs can be carved into the side, giving you the best look for your unique personality.
For cool hairstyles that are easy to pull off and even easier to style, try something that isn’t too structured. This look won’t require constant trims, and will grow out nicely. Ask your barber for a neat taper with a long top.
For more classic male hairstyles, symmetry is a must. Without a side part, this high fade is perfectly symmetrical. When styling, slick the longer hair back with a pompadour lift for a more traditional, masculine look. Add a perfectly groomed mustache and beard for the win!
The pompadour is dominating in male hairstyles right now, and for good reason. What could be more handsome? You can smooth back your new pompadour, wear it high, or let it fall to a side. This version (with the front curl) is definitely a stylish option.
Low fade haircuts involve shaving just the lower half of the hair, while hair up top is trimmed and shaped, but kept longer. You can also opt for a classic taper fade haircut that is a bit longer than a regular fade, or go for a high fade haircut where practically the whole head is clipped down decreasingly except for a signature piece like a Mohawk. If you wish to have long hair on top, tell your barber ahead of time. In case you are looking for a more casual look, break the mold by getting a fade on the sides only and experimenting with bold styles up top.
A side part with a swoop of choppy waves creates an appealing look for boys. This style works especially well with thick, naturally textured hair. You may simply use a medium-hold mousse and blowdry your hair backwards to keep everything in place.
Mens hairstyles aren’t just about the cut. Why not go for a new color? Try something different by combining a unique hair color with your natural beard shade. The result is this grungy style that is totally on-trend. Silver is the perfect option for anyone who wants to push the envelope.
Whenever you choose a new haircut, your second thought is “Are girls going to like it?” Chris Colfer has made the right guy’s haircut and hairstyle choices. The short sides and nape, plus slightly elongated hair on top, styled upwards guarantee some extra attention from the opposite sex.
The angular fringe men`s haircuts became extremely popular with male fashion models last summer. Since then they has been adopted at a rapidly increasing pace. The long hair on the top is styled at an angle. The guy in the photo above is totally rocking his angular fringe with ombre highlights.
Modern haircuts for men look great with natural texture. While it can be fun to turn on the blow dryer once in a while, most men need an everyday look that is low maintenance. This Ivy League cut can be easily styled with a little bit of mousse or texturizing cream.
Modern guy haircuts are more versatile than one might believe. If you prefer men’s styles that are on the dramatic side, opt for a deep part in your hair with a sleek comb over. This haircut style is good for men looking to show off graying hair in a sophisticated way.
Asian hair is especially desirable thanks to its thick, soft texture that responds well to cuts and styles. For this look, keep hair up on top, setting it in place with a product.
A classically youthful style, cut with electric clippers, this is always one of the most popular choices in young mens haircuts. With a low maintenance upkeep, a buzz cut is a great way to maintain short hair without having to go dramatically close to the scalp all over the head. In fact, many of today’s buzz cuts leave hair thicker in specific sections to provide room for shaved designs on the sides or back of the head. If you play sports, a buzz cut is a great compromise in the world of haircut styles which offer convenience without losing at fashion and style.
Mature men have it easy: while younger guys are dyeing their hair to get that rugged black-and-white male hairstyle, yours happens naturally. With such a distinct hair color, it’s best to keep it simple when it comes to the cut and style. Besides, you earned that salt and pepper hair and you deserve a regal style that matches the supposed wisdom it conveys.
The hair might look strange before styling but after some extra-hold gel or hair wax is applied and the hair is smoothed back, it will be worth a million bucks.
Peter Andre’s hair is graded at the ends for an extra edgy touch. Certainly, all the potential of any haircut is revealed through the right hairstyle. Semi-matt wax is a good product to define the edges and keep your hair up.
Use a number one and number two clipper head to begin with. Start off with the number one at the bottom of the head and use the number two to blend the hair up into the crown of the head. Once everything it trimmed around the crown, there is room to play with length. For the real military style, only a number three should be used around the top area of the head. But, a number four or five can work as well.
The highlighted fringe has been an all-time favorite hair style for many years. The look was probably trademarked by Nate Archibald (actor: Chace Crawford), in the series Gossip Girl. The idea here is to let the hair grow longer and get the angled layers. This style is perfect for triangular, square and oval shaped faces.
Styling – In order to style this haircut, tease the hair on top in order to obtain the desired height and use gel, mousse or hair wax to smooth out the puff and keep in in place.
The Side Part haircut is similar to the undercut, with the major difference that only one side is cut extra short. This haircut is ideal for those who don’t want to put a lot of time and effort into their look. It is a rather casual haircut that works well with men who have medium-length hair, that can be swept over nonchalantly. The best thing about it is that you can alternate between looks by sweeping the hair towards the side with the undercut, or towards the one with longer strands.
This cool haircut is a great way to showcase thick textured hair. Volume on top is very on-trend, and for men with thick hair, volume is never a problem! Adding the designed side part and a smooth fade gives the haircut a more modern vibe.
With male styles, it can also be fun to play around with colors and different lengths. The longer section can be highlighted, twisted and pulled back into a pony or a man bun.
Chances are you experienced this sweet, clean-cut style for at least one school picture day growing up. With a side-parted top and slicked down sides, the Ivy League haircut is truly one of the most polished vintage cuts available today. The barber will cut hair with scissors and include a gradual taper to make hair formal without being too fussy.
This little boy hairstyle offers easy maintenance and is perfect for little guys with thick hair that does not handle cow licks gracefully.
Styling – Use gel to style by molding the hair up into a point or let it hang free for a casual rocker appearance.
Remember the frosted tips that were all the rage in the ‘90s? Well, now you can get a similar look but with a fiercer cool vibe. Pair them with an undercut that brings in dimension and visual interest into your look.
Some boys were born for long and crazy hair and that is why they invented the Mop Top. Kids with pin straight hair should steer clear of these little boy haircuts. This toddler hairstyle works best with fine or wavy hair that has some form of texture. The clippers can be put away in place of scissors for this style. Keep in mind that this haircut is tapered around the neck and ears while getting longer up top.
The military is not always kind to longer hairstyles, but sometimes that is the look a little guy is looking for. Most military hairstyles are some form of against the grain hairstyles, but one of the more popular is a front focus military cut.
By using gel or wax on the top of the head, those thick curls can obtain a lot of texture. Arrange the curls in the desired fashion. This can often be a messy appearance that, when paired with the shorter hair towards the bottom, looks very classy.
Just as it’s true for women, men can also try a variety of shag haircuts that look nice and different. Straight shag hair is one of the most popular, as it is the most manageable and versatile. Those looking for something to detract attention away from certain facial features, go with a wavy shag and keep it messy. Layered hair always looks great, and a shag cut is no exception.
This cut requires both clippers and scissors to create a clean-cut look on the bottom that blends into wispy, textured pieces on top.
Unlike fade and taper with their gradual decrease of length, undercut features a sharp contrast in length – long/short. It’s almost like two looks in one when you go for an undercut hairstyle. A disconnected undercut is very popular with young men who prefer a trendy look with a shaved underside and long top. Those who want to add an extra edge to their styles will appreciate the sharp line of an undercut. You can also have hair textured or add bangs to the final look if you’re ready to try something different. Even curly undercuts always look really attractive!
Oh, to be blessed with thick hair! Men who can afford it, should absolutely try this style. Using the hair’s natural texture to create a nice height on top makes for an urban, trendy look. This haircut works great with a minimum amount of products.
There are a lot of lengths when it comes to buzzcuts and it often depends on what is preferred. For an “against the grain” buzzcut, take a number one clipper head against the entire head and declare it done. If a little more hair is desired, a number two or number three clipper head can still obtain that low-maintenance buzz cut look while also leaving a little more hair to play around with.
Bangs can soften any face and add another cute element to a hairstyle. Whether you prefer your bangs spiky or loyal to your flat hair, a hairstyle with fringe is always in style. Choose from classic fringe, messy fringe or straight fringe – if you don’t know what will look best, ask your barber to give you some pointers. From shaving an undercut to trimming bangs into a unique position, this is a style element that is really versatile and fun to wear.
The buzzed head is in demand with low-maintenance men. Adding in a high fade will bring something new and different to this classic cut. For the bearded guys out there, have your hair fade out near your temples and fade back in towards the jawline. The result is a great haircut style for the trendy man.
Short dreads are really popular with black men, especially those who have rounder faces. The dreads bring facial features upward, deterring eyes from full cheeks and mitigating other frustrating flaws. A tapered Afro is also a desired hair reality for African American men with an enviable natural curl.
While sometimes it’s nice just to let your natural hair do its thing, the wake-up-and-go look might not be doing you any favors. Floppy hair is not the best choice for round faces because it cuts off your visage and makes your look stouter. Simply trimming your strands adds inches and takes off pounds.
These little boy haircuts is a little more difficult but adds a lot of style for a groovy young man. Boys with extremely curly or pin straight hair will not achieve this look very easily, but it is great for everyone in between. This haircut is long but not the same as the mop top.
Self-conscious about your forehead? Looking to accentuate your eyes? Whatever the reason, a front focused boys haircuts will keep things looking professional yet fun at the same time. Get the back and sides of your head shaved or closely cut and style the top tresses brushed forward. Short haircuts for men like this one are easily styled. The simplest way not to spend a lot of time in front of the mirror in the mornings.
There’s something about a five o’clock shadow that is undeniably sexy. Maybe it’s that it gives an air of toughness and hyper masculinity. Whatever it is, you can’t go wrong with incorporating a bit of stubble into your short hairstyle for men.
This season the undercut, with its countless variations, has managed to take the crown for “The Most Popular Cut” from all Mohawk-inspired mens haircuts. Although the style was first spotted 3 years ago, it made a real comeback with the “Vikings” series, where protagonist, RagnarLothbrok, sports one of the manliest undercuts ever known to mankind. If you wish to embrace this look, all you need to do is to keep your hair medium length on top and undercut on the sides.
Styling – Wet the hair and part at the side while using a gel or mousse with a strong hold.
This is another in between cut for all the straight-haired little Joe’s. Again, use the razor for a layered and textured appearance. This cut is similar to Long and Layered but is shorter and, therefore, requires shorter layers.
Keep hair sleek and soft without using a ton of product. This can be achieved by incorporating various lengths into your style. Keep one side long and try a tapered cut on the other side. It fades downward until the ear line blends into very subtle facial hair. Men who have thick hair with a slight wave will look best with this sweet boy-next door style.
Classically romantic and easy to care for, try a medium length style with a blown back top section. This can add height to your frame and give your lady something to run her fingers through. You’ll only need a light product to keep hair in place, and the thicker your hair, the easier it is to manage.
The low fade (where the haircut gets short low on the head) is a great option for men who aren’t used to fade haircuts but want to experiment with the trend. Coupled with messy texture on top, the low fade adds a nice edge to the cut without being too in-your-face.
Nowadays it’s hard to surprise or shock anyone with a hairstyle. But, this intricate look may just do the trick. By decorating your undercut with an all-over quilt-like pattern this might just be the ticket to becoming a trendsetter.
Use sideburns to their full potential by blending them into light facial hair. This urban style introduces the sideburns into the cut, bringing a unique but easy look to your daily style. This style looks good on men of all ages, but it’s mostly worn by teens and 20-somethings. It`s a pity. Such men`s short hairstyles are really crazy, don`t avoid them even if you are 30+
Marble hair is not just for ladies, hop on the dye trend bandwagon with a smoky gray hair color. Keeping it dark at the roots and lighter at the ends adds depth and thickness to medium hair.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s haircuts and hairstyles are a rich source of inspiration. The British actor has tried different lengths, coming eventually to the chic short haircut with undercut and temple fade. This is a cool haircut idea for guys with curly hair.
How to get it – Use a number four or five clipper head on the bottom while blending it into the longer top. When cutting the top, use the layering technique to create those wispy pieces rather than one length overall. A few small pieces can hang into the face but an entire set of bangs should be avoided.
Taking a cue from 80s and 90s hairstyles gone by, this modern punk cut features spiked hair on top with shaved sides. Get a strong holding gel to keep the height all day long.
Little boys are about to become little men and it is time to let their little boy hairstyles embody what kind of men they will be. Presented below toddler hairstyles collection aims to bring inspiration and advice how to style boys hair.
Use a number two clipper head at the bottom and blend with a number three while going up the head. Once everything up to the upper hairline area is shaved, keep the hair left at the top long. Use scissors to trim and layer the curls to the desired length. This style still keeps the thick hair on top while keeping it trimmed and controlled down at the bottom.
Men’s haircuts often tend to be pretty mundane – identified by blade numbers and not much else. However, any man can have a cool cut by using a bit of creativity. Opt to go with a longer quiff brushed back up top and hair growing shorter upon descent.
How to get it – When cutting, choose the length depending on preferences. Keep it clean-cut around the ears and add in some longer layers, but keep in mind that it is supposed to be a bit shaggy, so make sure not to make the layers too short. Frame wispy bangs right above the child’s eyes and blend them as they go down to the sides.
In contrast, a high top fade has been experiencing a major resurgence this year, for reference see the movie Dope. The look was popular in the nineties, but the current takes on the style incorporate graphic designs and creative elements.
How to get it – This cut is left at about two inches all around. Scissors may have to be used to get the back of the neck and around the ears cut up nice but, all in all, the hair should remain one length. Use the fingers and the pull-out technique to cut the hair while keeping the curl in mind when measuring the length.
This style uses stand-alone clippers at the sides of the head so the hair is completely shaved. Decide where the mohawk should start in order to determine how far to shave the hair. The most important thing to keep in mind while shaving is that the mohawk needs to be centered on the head. So make sure to determine that before starting.
The best male haircuts are all about shape. Talented barbers know how to work with the shape of your head and face to create a masculine style. Squared haircuts create balance and accentuate the jawline. Expert barbers always consider these elements when crafting a new cut.
The model seen above is sporting a neat boy’s haircut, styled into pompadour and dyed in platinum blonde. It’s the details that make the difference in this particular hair-style: you will notice that the fringe is uniquely styled to complement the model’s features and eyebrows. Men`s short haircuts like this one always look so formal and stylish!
Now is the best time to take a look at the trendiest boys hairstyles and men’s haircuts for 2018. Nowadays, fashion isn’t only for women. In the last couple of years we’ve seen a huge resurgence in vintage barbering styles and classy undercuts. That’s because men are becoming more and more aware of their looks. But it’s no less important to feel comfortable than to look attractive. Despite the huge popularity of buns and shoulder-length hairstyles for men, short haircuts remain the ‘reigning kings’, due to their clean cuts and precise styling.
This cut is a nice in between look for boys who do not want long or short hair. It works great for the little ones who are blessed with natural thick waves.
This haircut style for men with thick hair will show off a strong chiseled face perfectly. The slightly mussed yet totally sophisticated haircut style for men is a good fit for a preppy guy who doesn’t take life too seriously.
If the mini faux hawk just does not do enough for a boy’s inner rocker, mohawks just might be the perfect toddler boy haircuts.
The simple low fade acts as a great base for the thick, full waves. While a high fade creates a statement look, a low fade is a subtler take on the trend. To style the top, apply mousse on washed hair and scrunch the longest sections helping the texture to reveal.
Curly hair doesn’t mean you have to shave your head – take the courage to grow it out a little and see how awesome you feel. Very short cuts are great for warm weather and convenience, but add some length, when you’re ready to go for a new look.
Styling – A small amount of mousse can be used but, for the most part, curly hair can be left natural.
A number three clipper head can be used on the entire head while using a number two or one closer around the ears and on the lower neck. This creates curls that stick close to the head but are still deemed curly. Another option is to create a curly faux hawk by using a three clipper head down the middle of the head and a blending between a one and a two clipper head going down the sides.
A disconnected pompadour is trendy right now. Hair is clipped close or faded on the sides and kept long and voluminous on top. This slicked back look is a jazzy quiff hairstyle that looks good on all men despite nationality. If you need a quiff haircut that feels new and different, go with the combed back pompadour that’s definitely trending upward. When it comes to haircuts for men that add length to such face shapes as round and square, this one is a nice, highly-recommended choice.
The Crew cut can be trimmed in several ways. Hair can remain long on top and fade into connected facial hair, or it can just be coifed and spiked for an easy take away style. The barber will use both a razor and scissors to clip this timeless male cut just right. If you tend to have a rounder face shape, go for a crew cut with a bit longer top that will frame yours face and cause it to look slimmer.
If your first impression of this style involves Jim Carrey in a particular film, rest assured a Caesar cut can reach far beyond mediocre comedies and ancient rulers. This unique style is ideal for boys who have long faces and/or broad foreheads – the short bangs bring the balance. If you go with a low Caesar cut, even more of a perceived facial flaw can be concealed thanks to the longer strands left on top. Caesar cuts are also great for those who are experiencing premature balding, as it brings the hair forward and detracts attention away from any sparse patches. A short Caesar cut is another option if you want something simple and sleek.
A nice modern style for natural hair is the temple fade with line up. This men’s cut is a great choice if you want to have short and manageable hair with natural texture. Complete with an equally perfect facial hairstyle.
In order to create this style, you want to keep the sides short and leaving the top with the desired length to style later. This is a fun look for your toddler and it will definitely make him stand out.
Styling – Brush wet hair forward, use a light mousse to define the layers and blow dry.
Styling – Use a light mousse to arrange wet hair in the desired areas and blow dry for a smoother look.
Probably the most popular men’s haircut this year is a ‘short sides long top’ style. The reason is because it allows you to wear it in a million of different ways, while still adding a bit of toughness to your everyday look. You can slick it back in a sort of hipster manner, or soften your look with a long bang.
Boys and men with curly hair have two optimal hair solutions: either to cut their hair very short or to go for a tapered haircut with elongated hair on top. Chris Galya opts for the second one. A bit of light hold styling product with matt finish to tousle the top hair and define the texture and your cool, trendy hairstyle is ready.
How to get it – Use a number four clipper head attachment on the sides and back of the head while using a number six or seven on the top. The clippers should also be used to blend the top with the sides. When it comes to the neck and around the ears, scissors may have to be used to create a clean finish.
A lot of men tend to get thinning hair on the crown, which is especially noticeable with dark-haired men. A shorter length is a way out. Get a nice quiff and well-trimmed facial hairstyle – you will be irresistible!
Some gel, mousse or wax can be used to add texture to shorter curls as well as keep hair secure.
It isn’t just for hiding baldness – young men are sporting this awesome quiff with added volume. Perfect for both curly and straight hair, you can wear a comb over loose or change it into a combed back haircut style if your hair is thick enough. A comb over fade is one more variety, allowing you to have options and styles up top while also showing off cool faded sides. Mens hairstyles can still be unique without being a huge hassle.
To keep it simple for all those tough guys who just do not have time to mess with hairstyling, the buzzcut is the best way to go.
Adam Levine’s creative mess is a result of styling with special products. To lift the top hair with a blow-dryer is a matter of a few minutes. Next use wax to define separate spikes for an extra edge in your look.
How to get it – Depending on preferences, cut the bottom with a number one, two or three clipper head. Judging by the length used for the bottom, then determine what clipper head should be used around the top. The bottom should be short and clean-cut while the top should only be one head-length longer. Use stand-alone clippers to clean up around the neck and ears.
This cut uses graduated thicknesses, starting with the heaviest amount of hair up top, followed by a shorter cut middle section and a close cut bottom.
If you’re into popular mens haircuts, look no further. This style is the perfect combination of everything that’s on trend: thick waves and volume on top, mid fade, line up, and beard. It’s a clean, cool look that isn’t going out of style anytime soon.
When people speak about men’s style in a trendy place like Brooklyn, this is the look they are most likely referring to. It’s a delicate balance of modern and retro that results in a style that shows you care about your appearance and keep your finger on the pulse of fashion trends.
Depending on how long the hair at the crown of the head is kept, gel or mousse can be used to style. Often, it is just run through but, if left long enough, the hair can obtain a bit of a messy style.
Colin Farrel’s appearance at any event quickens girls’ heartbeats. His chic hairstyles are a part of his self-image of a cool guy. Colin’s short cut with temple undercuts has a clean and stylish look. You can style the hair on top in a sort of pompadour bangs, sweeping them back and fixing the result with semi-matte wax.
Shaved lines and designs are the key elements of today’s cool haircuts. This version features an old school silhouette, a deep side part, and an edged fade. Pair it with some hip, urban clothes like a leather bomber or jean jacket and you’re golden.
Similar to the Shortened Texture, these little boy hairstyles are easy to cut and maintain. It works best for youngsters with thick and naturally straight hair.
How to get it – When cutting this style, use a razor blade to cut the lengths rather than scissors. This will add a lot of texture all around. There should be no straight lines and no clean cuts in this haircut, just a lot a layers and a lot of texture. The hair should go halfway over the ears and have bangs that land slightly over the eyebrows while swooping to one side.
For boys that are looking for toddler boy haircuts for thick hair that naturally falls forward, they can bring the party up to the front.
Another heavily critiqued hairstyle is the top knot. It is basically a variation of the man bun, with the major difference that the sides are cut short, while only the top part of the hair is tied into a knot. We believe that this haircut can look extremely sexy as long as there are more than three wispy strands of hair tied in the knot.
The Naturally Curly style talked about how to create long and curly toddler boy haircuts, but curly hair can still look great when cut short. This is another style that often looks great with black ethnicities with curly locks but can also work for any boy with thick and curly hair.
One of the best ways to ease into faded haircuts for men is to keep the top of your hair a little longer than you normally do for your regular cut and gradually decrease the length as you go down. Use your favorite hair gel or mousse to spike up the ends for a boyish, yet put-together style.
If your crazy curls are taking over, it might be the time for a more professional short haircut for men. You can still maintain your texture, adding the structure to your look. Make sure to add definition to the curls with a styling product that won’t weigh them down. It’s an ideal look for a post grad entering the workforce.
While dreadlocks can work for anyone with thick enough hair, it is often best used for black ethnicities. The texture of a black individual’s hair is extremely different and requires different care. The benefit of having that kind of hair is that it can handle a dreadlock style and look great! Smaller dreadlocks have become very stylish and are easier to maintain.
For little boys with more hair than they can handle, this can be a great style. Thick curly hair can be a hassle but, if styled correctly, it does not have to be cut all the way off in order to be tamed.
Military boys often sport mens haircuts that are very short and straightforward. For a high and tight recon, the sides and back of the head will be shaved, leaving some shortly trimmed hair on top. Although this military-style look is extremely short, it can also work for curly hair, which brings a totally unique feel to an otherwise rigid cut.
A natural side parting in addition to natural texture is quickly becoming a new mens hair trend. Instead of creating perfect side parts, use your hands to easily part the hair. This style appeals to those who value low maintenance but still want a clean, tailored look.