Men’s Haircut Trends

A great haircut speaks volumes about you and your style. Whether your locks are short or long, wavy or curly, these cutting-edge styles will help bring out their full potential and help you look your absolute best! Based on your facial structure and personal taste, a stylish mop, modern buzz cut, or even a beard may work well for you. An experienced barber will advise on which options will work best.


Short haircuts are easy and low-maintenance hairstyles, requiring little styling beyond regular barber visits. One great choice is the basic pixie cut with fade, which looks great on almost all skin tones. Plus, you can use texture or hair color variations to add dimension! This short men’s style is ideal for thick hair that’s either wavy or curly, with the cropped top adding weight-reducing texture while simultaneously adding weight-cutting easiness. Wear it messy like this look, or style it with pomade for an eye-catching, slick back or quiff style! This short, slicked-back style makes the most of a chin-length haircut to highlight your facial structure and cheekbones. Work a pomade or clay into your strands for texture and to create clean lines of this look – this style works exceptionally well if you want to ditch buzz cuts but still desire an attractive, neat, stylish haircut.


A medium haircut is a fantastic style for guys seeking to bridge the gap between bally buzz cuts and seventies shags. Growing out a shorter amount? This length works great with straight and wavy locks; try going for an effortlessly sleek pin-straight shoulder-length cut or add texture with a pompadour! A rounded bob that hits just below the shoulders is another versatile style option, mainly if worn as an all-one-length style, and allows some longer strands to hang free to create face-framing bangs. For added dimension in an ash-blonde hue, add subtle balayage highlights for dimension. If you have more time for styling, go for a center-parted messier lob cut that looks stunning when straightened out with a flat iron. Or create texture using a curling wand or tousling your locks for a casual style. A blonde balayage with shadow roots is a classic choice for this cut, while dark plum or caramel highlights can also provide extra contrast.


Long hair offers many styling possibilities, whether sleek and smooth for an elegant appearance or longer and shaggy to show off its natural texture. A good haircut will frame your face seductively while still giving a put-together appearance without overwhelming it. An easy way to achieve a tremendous long haircut is with layers. Snipping random pieces will create a lovely layered effect without having to achieve perfection – an excellent solution for anyone with thin or delicate locks who wish to make their strands appear thicker and fuller. A blunt cut is another great style for people with thin or light strands. This haircut will keep your length while adding volume and movement and is great for adding some edge without going too short. You could use sea salt spray or a volumizing product to add even more texture to this extended cut!


Wavy or curly manes can be stunning properly; finding styles and haircuts that highlight natural coils can be challenging. A skilled stylist will analyze your curl pattern and recommend cuts that best accentuate their shape while emphasizing natural texture. Layers may help give curly locks movement, according to Davis. Women looking for an in-between solution should consider a shoulder-length cut as an excellent compromise allowing them to embrace their curly locks without fighting frizz or unruly ones. Complement the cut with face-framing bangs for eye-catching glamour, and remember a curly hair-care regimen to keep strands moisturized – otherwise, you could end up dealing with dry, brittle locks!