Trends in Men’s Haircuts

The Slick Back

One of the classic men’s haircuts is the slick back. It is easy to style and gives a sophisticated appearance, portraying maturity and masculinity. This look can be worn low or high, depending on personal preference.

The Crew Cut

The crew cut is a versatile haircut that offers easy styling options for men who want a simple yet stylish look. It is a good compromise for those who do not wish to have long, shaggy hair or close-shorn buzz cuts. Spiky crew cuts are ideal for thick hair and can be paired with mid or high fades. Use a strong hold styling product like gel to keep the hair in place.

The Ivy League

The Ivy League haircut, or Harvard or Princeton cuts, is a timeless classic suitable for men of all ages. It features longer top layers than the sides and back, allowing various styling options. You can wear the fringe short, comb it forward, or add a pomade for a brighter appearance. A high fade will create a professional look suitable for special occasions. Communicating your desired look to your barber before they start cutting is essential.

The Bald Fade

Fade haircuts have gained popularity among men. The bald fade, in particular, involves shaving the hair close to the scalp and combining it with a textured crop on top. This creates contrast and gives a trendy appearance. Ask your barber to make a hard parting and finish with a matte clay pomade for a sleek and modern look.

The Brushed Back with Mid-Fade

A faded haircut is a quick and effortless way to look put together. The brushed back with a mid fade is a popular variation that involves tapering down the back and sides to their lowest points while keeping the brushed-back style on top. This works well with a crew cut and can be paired with a textured comb-over.

The Burst Fade

The burst fade is an elegant cut with short sides and an eye-catching neckline finish. It is ideal for creating a stylish look and can be paired with trendy hairstyles like a mohawk blowout, brushed back spiky hair, or a faux hawk. This haircut stands out from the crowd and can be paired with a comb-over or pompadour for added flair.

The Comb Over

The comb-over is an iconic hairstyle known for its variations over the years. It typically involves short sides and longer locks on top, exuding confidence. This hairstyle has made a comeback, influenced by styles seen in Mad Men and celebrities like Justin Timberlake and Cristiano Ronaldo. To achieve a successful comb-over, ask your barber for a medium or low fade and add texture at the crown of your head with texturizing spray or pomade.