If you’re looking for a new hairstyle or want to get a cool men’s haircut to transform your style, then you’ll love this collection of the best haircuts for men. With short hair on the sides and longer hair on top, these popular hairstyles for guys are trendy, clean cut, and easy to style. Whether you want a fade or undercut with short, medium or long hair, there are a number of awesome cuts and styles to choose from.
From the comb over to the slicked back, quiff, pompadour, faux hawk, crop top, crew cut, and side part, these are the best men’s hairstyles to try right now! Check out the latest hair trends to find classic and modern haircut styles to suit your hair type and length.
Best Men’s Haircuts To Get in 2020
While undercut hairstyles and taper fade haircuts continue to be good ways to cut your hair on the sides and back, most guys are styling messy and textured styles on top. Short men’s hairstyles like the French crop, side part, high and tight, and fringe can be fashionable and low-maintenance, but medium-length to long styles are trending strong. Use a good men’s hair product like pomade, wax, or cream to maximize volume, movement and flow on the top hairstyles.
Whether you have thick, thin, wavy or curly hair, here are the best men’s haircuts to get in 2020.
Slicked Back Undercut Hairstyle For Men
The slicked back undercut hairstyle is a trendy mix of classic and modern styles. It works best with medium-length hair, and styling is as simple as blow-drying your hair back while using a brush to control the direction. Finishing with a matte pomade will hold this style in place all day or night.
Long Comb Over Hairstyle + Low Fade
A long comb over with a low fade offers a bold yet classy hairstyle for men. The deep part adds contrast and height to the style while the low fade keeps the sides and back neat and clean cut. Styling with a low-shine pomade affords you some control without making your hair stiff.
Short Quiff Haircut For Men
The quiff is one of the best hairstyles for guys, and continues to be a popular style in barbershops. The voluminous quiff haircut gives your look personality, and the skin fade on the sides not only enhances the height on top, but also provides a clean-cut look. It works best when your hair is three to four inches long on top, and you can style it with a pomade or wax that offers moderate to high hold to keep it looking stylish all day.
Medium Side Swept Men’s Hairstyle
The modern side swept hairstyle is trendy and hot on most guys, and the combed over look pairs especially well with a full beard. It’s perfect for men who have thick hair between 3 and 5 inches long. To style it, simply brush your hair to one side, being sure to leave it textured and messy in the process. A medium hold pomade with low shine or a matte finish is ideal.
Short Textured Men’s Haircut
If you have curly or wavy hair, a short textured hairstyle with a high fade on the sides and back looks professional enough for the office, but still casual for a night out. As a short sides, longer top haircut, you’ll need 2 to 3 inches of length on top that tapers down to a close bald fade on the sides and toward the nape of the neck. All you need to complete the look and keep it amazing all day is a matte hair product such as pomade, wax or clay. As a very popular men’s haircut, we highly recommend this messy crop top fade.
Long Hairstyle For Men + Beard
Men with long hairstyles and beards are able to combine sexy and masculine for a fashionable look. As more guys grow out their hair and style medium-length to longer styles, this popular hair trend continues to go strong. Messy and textured or naturally shiny and pulled back, this trendy long men’s hairstyle with a short beard is the way to go. To style it, apply a small amount of styling cream or mousse to damp hair, then use your fingers or a blow dryer to tousle it gently before allowing it to air dry. This will maximize volume, flow and movement for long hair men.
Short Haircut Combed Over + Undercut
The comb over hairstyle isn’t just for men with longer hair. In fact, all you need to pull off a comb over is a minimum of 3 inches of length. While most guys get a comb over fade, pictured above is a clean-cut example of a chic undercut comb over. This short sides, long top style with sharp edges is perfectly offset by a cool long fringe in the front. As one of the most popular haircuts for men to style, the look is easy and simple to get. Just apply some of your favorite matte pomade and brush your hair to one side.
Curly Hair Taper Fade
This curly hair fade is one of the best hairstyles for men with curly hair. If you view your curly hair as a curse, this taper fade haircut may just change your mind. With just 2 to 3 inches of length in the front and 1 inch or so in the back, this curly hairstyle is as easy as towel-drying your curls, applying some matte or low-shine curl-enhancing cream, and walking out the door.
Messy Taper Hairstyle
If you’re a fan of modern messy styles, this thick medium-length look is sure to be a hit. The length in the front gives your style some personality, and the medium taper adds some classic edge. It’s just as suitable for a day at work as a pub crawl, and when paired with a thick, full beard, it oozes sex appeal. Styling with your favorite low-shine pomade is quick and easy.
Textured Pompadour Fade
The modern pompadour is another good haircut for guys that like clean-cut, trendy styles. With a disconnected undercut and an amazing line up, this textured pompadour is sure to turn heads. It’s best for men with thick, straight hair. To style a pompadour and keep it in place all day, just apply a strong wax or pomade to towel-dried hair, then blow dry your locks into place. Start by brushing your hair up and back to create height and volume in the front. Feel free to finish with a shine-free hairspray.
Short Sides, Long Top Hairstyle
For some men, hair is all about expression, and this long-on-top style says it all. Here, the longer hair length on top stands out with the help of some bright blond highlights, and the fresh skin fade on the sides and back adds even more contrast. Grow a full beard and trim it down with a stubble trimmer for a heavy stubble beard that looks manly and hot.
Slicked Back Wavy Men’s Hairstyle
Slicked back hairstyles have been around since the beginning of time, but this one – perfect for thick, wavy hair – adds two modern touches. The first is the skin fade on the sides and back, and the second is the short beard that balances the look with shaved sideburns. To do a slicked back fade, just add some matte or low-shine pomade and brush your wavy hair back, taming fly-away hair as you go.
Textured Crop Top Fade
The textured crop, also known as the French crop, is an awesome way to introduce some fringe into your style. In this photo, the textured style stands out even more with the addition of some blond highlights, and the edge up adds another layer of personality. Style this one by adding wax or pomade, then twisting sections of hair at the ends with your fingers.
Long Hair Brushed Back Men’s Hairstyle
Many of today’s hottest styles are all about height, and while you’ll definitely need a good product to keep things in place, it all starts with the right cut. For this one, you will need hair between four and six inches long on top toward the front that gradually gets shorter toward the back and fades on both sides. A medium- to high-shine product finishes the look.
Faux Hawk Fade
With so many men opting for spiky textured crops, the faux hawk continues to gain popularity. The modern look foregoes the standard shiny gelled spikes for something that is subtle, but still offers some texture. A matte product makes it easy to spike your hair and hold it in place all day, and the skin fade makes it stand out.
Side Part Hairstyle + High Bald Fade
If you have fine hair and you’re looking for a modern style that doesn’t require the same volume as a pompadour or quiff, this side part style is a great alternative. You’ll need a product with some shine to create the look, which is easy enough to do with nothing more than a comb. The bald fade draws attention to the bold part.
Long Crew Cut + Tapered Sides
While the crew cut has long been associated with the military, today’s barbers have found some unique ways to make it modern, sexy, and fun. This long and textured crew cut is the perfect example; a simple cut can be transformed with a bit of moderate-shine pomade and your fingertips. Pairing the cut with tapered sides creates the illusion of additional height.
Spiky Hair Fade Haircut
If you like the idea of spikes but a mohawk (or even faux hawk) is too bold for your taste, this spiky hairstyle with a short fade may spark your interest. Just apply some pomade to damp hair and use a brush to pull hair up and slightly over to one side, using your fingertips to style the textured spikes.
Long Curly Hair Fade
This sexy and modern long hair curly fade is one of the best ways to embrace your natural curls simply and effortlessly. The length on top shows off the curls, especially if you choose a good styling cream, and the skin fade on the sides enhances the look.
Long Hair Brushed Back
Long hair is incredibly versatile thanks to the dozens of different ways to wear it. This stunning brushed back style is easy to achieve. The short sides offer contrast and the illusion of extra height on top, which you can style yourself with a brush, a blow-dryer, and a high-hold product applied to towel-dried hair.
Thick Swept Back Undercut Fade
Your hair can make quite the statement depending on your choice of styles, and this unique swept back undercut fade is the perfect example. The shape up draws attention to the longer hair on top, and the drop skin fade is just different enough to stand out. Pair it with a short, well-groomed beard for the full effect.
Medium Length Men’s Haircut + High Skin Fade
If you want your cut to make your face appear longer and more masculine, it’s hard to go wrong with this medium-length hairstyle and high skin fade. The wavy hair on top, the full beard, and the clean fade with line up highlights the best parts of this look.
Modern Messy Quiff
If you think of a quiff as a modern style that requires every hair in its proper place, think again. This messy quiff breaks every one of the rules to add some edge and personality to your style. It’s best for men who have thick and wavy or curly hair, and it’s super easy to style with a matte pomade or wax.
Slick Back with Flow
Though plenty of men still appreciate classic greaser hairstyles, this style adds a modern twist. This slick back still requires a high-hold product with shine, but in this case, it’s brushed back andto the side for a natural flow.
Not all mohawks are a foot tall, colorful, and gelled into sharp points, and this amazing mohawk fade is the perfect example. Hair in the center stands straight up to form something resembling tousled spikes while the close-cropped fade and short beard adds another dimension of interest.
Side Part Fade
The clean-cut side part is making a huge comeback, especially when paired with a skin fade. To get this style, you will need a product that offers quite a bit of shine, and even a styling gel can do the trick. Add it to damp hair, comb out from the bold part, and then comb the front upward to create the stylish swoop or pomp.
Quiff Undercut Fade
There are many ways to style a quiff, but this undercut fade is the most popular since it works so well for a variety of hair types and lengths. The undercut keeps styling simple while drawing the eye to the texture and touchable flow on top. Use a product that offers up some hold to keep the volume, but be sure that it still allows for some movement at the same time.
High Skin Fade + Messy Spiky Hair
Messy spiky hair continues to be a top hairstyle for men. Modern and cool, the skin fade on the sides plays up the textured spikes. The choppy cut creates a nice canvas for you to use a high-hold matte product to twist your hair into an awesome spiky style.
Low Fade Haircut + Thick Wavy Hair
This popular style for thick, wavy hair is by far one of the best haircuts. It starts with a simple cut that keeps hair longer on top and in the front, then fades toward the nape and the ears. A pomade with shine finishes the look; just add a small amount to damp hair and comb it back. Finish with hair spray to tame fly-away hair and keep your style fresh all day.
Buzz Cut Fade
Men who live no-nonsense lifestyles often go for very short hairstyles that require little to no effort on their part, and this cool buzz cut fade is a great choice. The perfect shape up makes the short style look striking, and the two lines on the sides as hair designs add some extra interest. Easy to get, simple to style and low-maintenance to keep, the buzz cut is a wash-and-go style that looks good on most any man.
Short Naturally Curly Hairstyle
Naturally curly hair often takes on a life of its own, but by keeping it cut short, it’s possible to gain more control over your locks. This fantastic style incorporates a bit of length on top that gradually fades to skin right at the nape. Styling is simple with some matte pomade, and the edging around the ears adds some personal flair.
Low Fade + Long Fringe
Fringe adds youthfulness to a hairstyle in the best possible way, and it can also draw attention to your eyes. This gorgeous textured cut is perfect for men who have wavy hair and who want something that looks high-maintenance without the hassle. Just apply some mid-shine pomade to damp hair and separate into sections with your fingers, pulling it forward as you go.
A short quiff is an excellent choice for men who want to take the first step toward modern styles. This one starts with a classic cut that is longer on the top and the front than in the back, and it incorporates a skin fade on the sides and nape. The unique beard shape really sets it off, and the messy texture gives it additional creativity.
Side Swept Crew Cut
Simple hairstyles can be cool and unique, and this short side-swept crew cut is a good example. The short texture on top paired with the nearly-shaven sides looks somehow professional and playful at the same time. It’s the perfect choice if you have fine hair with natural waves. Styling is incredibly easy with a pea-sized amount of pomade and your fingertips.
Taper Fade Comb Over
Making a personal statement with your hairstyle is all about choosing one that you love – and one that you enjoy styling each day. This taper fade comb over may look high maintenance, but it’s actually relatively easy to get. The bold part and the swept-over height are the base of the look, and the two lines near the neck add a unique twist.
Medium Length Hairstyle + Taper Fade
A medium-length taper fade is another excellent option if you’re interested in a bad boy look. The base of the style is a classic masculine cut, but the length on top gives you the ability to style it in many ways. Here, the longer hair on top has been combed up and over to give it a slightly messy appearance. It pairs well with the full, trimmed beard.
Short Textured Haircut
If you want to keep your hair short, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. This textured short cut is easy to achieve and maintain with nothing more than a brush and some matte pomade. Just apply a tiny amount of pomade to your palms, work it through the top section of your hair, and then use a comb to brush hair forward and up.
High Fade Pompadour
The high fade pompadour is a favorite among men who prefer masculine clean-cut styles. Here, longer hair in the front is paired with shorter hair in the back that gradually fades to skin near the ears and nape. The height requires some product with hold, and the slight texture is effortless to achieve with a wide-tooth comb.
High and Tight Fade
Yet another example that proves a buzz cut can be interesting, this high fade pairs especially nicely with a faded beard. Hair on top is less than half an inch in length, and it gradually fades to bald high on the sides of the head. The edged-in part gives the style some interest.
Spiky Quiff Hairstyle
This spiky quiff with mid taper fade and hard part just looks stylish and handsome. The style requires quite a bit of length on top, particularly in the front, and a longer fade on the sides and back. Some high-shine, high-hold pomade will let you create the height and keep it in place all day.
Skin Fade Comb Over
A skin fade comb over is one of the bolder styles you can choose, especially for guys with longer hair. As you can see, the hair is quite long in this example, and the skin fade on the side makes it appear even bolder. Despite its complexity, it’s easy to style with a medium-hold product.
Short Curly Hairstyle
This short style is perfect for playing up your curls, but in this case, the product you choose for styling is just as important as the cut. The high fade draws attention to the curls on top, so be sure you choose a styling cream or pomade that is meant for texturizing and defining hair while holding it in place.
Thick Hair + Undercut Fade
Thick hair is great for creating many of today’s most popular voluminous styles, including the quiff, slick back, pompadour, fohawk, comb over, and side part hairstyle. This variation of the classic quiff requires short-to-medium thick hair brushed upward in front and forward from the back. The undercut fade adds some definition.
Modern Slick Back Taper Fade
This slicked back taper fade is another excellent choice for men who have thicker hair. It’s slightly textured on the top, and because it is brushed back, it creates a couple inches of height. The taper fade makes it look clean and balanced, which pairs nicely with the full medium-length beard. All you need to style this modern slick back is a medium-hold and medium-shine pomade with a wide-tooth comb.
Short Textured Crop Top Fade
This textured crop top is all about the perfect edges, which gives it a clean-cut, modern look. The high skin fade draws even more attention to the style, making it painless to do at home with almost any good men’s hair product. Because it’s short, it’s easy to maintain with frequent trips to the barber.
Short Spiky Hair
This sexy style incorporates several of today’s trendiest modern cuts and meshes them together to create stunning textured spiky hair. The quiff-like flip in front, when paired with the spiky texture on top and the skin fade on the sides and back, makes it look far more high-maintenance than it really is.
Comb Over + Tapered Haircut
This tapered comb over offers amazing height, and it’s best for men who have straight, thick hair for this reason. After getting the perfect cut (4 to 6 inches of length on top and a classic taper on the sides and back), just add some matte wax or pomade to damp hair and blow dry up and over for volume.
Low Fade Faux Hawk
Can’t decide between a spiky faux hawk and a voluminous pompadour? This style allows you to have the best of both worlds.
High Top Fade
Though the high top (also known as hi-top) enjoyed mainstream attention in the 80’s and early 90’s, it’s certainly making a comeback, especially when paired with a clean line up complementing natural curls. The high skin fade on the sides adds more interest to the height, and the trimmed thin mustache and goatee finish the look.
Not all pompadours require several inches of length, and this one – paired with a classic skin fade – is proof of that. It’s a toned-down version of the modern pomp that is relatively easy to style with the high-hold product of your choice, and it’s versatile enough for a slicked back or combed-over look.
Hard Side Part + Low Fade
A high side part is the perfect way to bring a bit of professionalism into your style. It’s a classic Wall Street or frat boy look that, when paired with a short-cropped beard, suddenly becomes masculine and fun. Style this one with a high-shine pomade and a fine-tooth comb to achieve this look.
Brushed Back Fade Hairstyle
This brushed-back style is picture perfect with every hair in its proper place. You’ll need a talented barber to help you achieve this look along with a matte pomade or wax for styling. Once you get the hang of it, the clean-cut finish takes minutes in the morning and lasts all day.
The disconnected quiff is one of the most popular hairstyles for guys this year. The blond highlights and high skin fade with a disconnected undercut amplify height and increase contrast. High-hold products will keep your hair in place all day, and you can use a wide-tooth comb to create texture similar to that in the photo.
Buzz Cut + Line Up + Low Bald Fade
If you want to take your simple bald fade buzz cut to the next level, a barber who has mad line up skills will be your best friend. Just choose your favorite design – abstract or geometric – and ask your barber to work his magic. There’s no maintenance for this cut other than frequent trips to the barber’s chair, making it ideal for busy men.
Side Swept Hairstyle + Undercut + Short Beard
There’s something uniquely provocative about a man with voluminous hair offset by a short beard, and as this photo shows, it’s sexy and intellectual at the same time. The undercut brings the eyes to the height, which is swept over to one side with tousled fringe and held in place with high-hold products.
Messy Spiky Hair Taper
Another example of messy, spiky hair combines a little bit of quiff with a whole lot of texture. The swept-up length in the front perfectly offsets the incredible spiky texture on top, which pairs nicely with the tapered fade on the sides and back. To style, just use your fingertips and a matte pomade to create the texture and use a natural-bristle brush to brush up the hair in front.
Burst Fade Mohawk
The mohawk hairstyle conjures images of tall, perfect spikes and shaved sides, you might be surprised to know there are several other options out there. This one is nice and short (for a mohawk) and plays on a guy’s natural curls. The burst fade creates the illusion of more height.
Faux Hawk + Shaved Sides
This faux hawk is more classic than others, but it still foregoes the sharp, shiny spikes for something slightly more textured and natural. The buzzed sides truly set the style off, making it easy to do at home with some high-hold matte wax and a natural-bristle brush. You can use your fingertips to style the spiky texture on top.
Long Fringe + High Taper Fade
Bold fringe is ideal for men who want a boyish, high-maintenance look without all the work. It all starts with the cut, which is perfectly angled to allow the length to come to a point on one side of the face. The texture on top along with the high taper fade makes this one of the most interesting cuts on this list.
Short Spiky Hair in Front + Crew Cut Fade
The timeless crew cut is handsome enough, but when it’s paired with short quiff-like spikes in the front and a fade on the sides, it instantly becomes more modern. The textured look suits men who have thick wavy hair, and pairing it with a beard makes it appear even more masculine.
Modern Pompadour Undercut + Beard
With so many cool ways to style a pompadour, the side-swept look is one of the most popular, especially when it’s offset by a short undercut. This style works best for men who have thick, straight hair with plenty of natural volume, but it can also be adapted for wavy hair. Paired with a thick beard, it screams sex appeal everywhere you go.
Short Cropped Hair + Taper Fade + Part
Short hair styles don’t have to be boring, and this is evident with the platinum blond short textured ‘do shown here. The tapered sides and faux part trimmed into the side make it even more interesting. When paired with a clean-shaven face, it’s youthful, fun, and striking.
Short Comb Over + Low Fade
The short comb over with a low fade on the sides is a great blend of professionalism and modern style. The hair on top is only a couple inches long – just enough to create the combed-over look. To do it, use a medium-shine pomade or wax and a regular comb to gently coax hair into position. Finish with hairspray if needed to keep things in place all day.
Short Sides + Long Hair on Top
With many of today’s most popular styles being all about the volume, it comes as no surprise that men will defy gravity to create unbelievable volume and flow. In this case, hair about 6 inches long styles a modern combed over pompadour with a twist, and the extra-short sides with a bald fade make it appear even taller.
Cool Hairstyle For Thick Hair
If you have thick, wavy hair, it may seem as if your hairstyle options are numbered. Fortunately, you can easily get the side-swept look that is professional, trendy and relatively easy to get. All you need is a moderate hold and shine pomade to coax hair into place with a brush.
Long Hair Slicked Back + Shaved Sides
If your preferred style is somewhere between classic punk and new-age hipster, then this slicked back is great for you. The shaved (or closely buzzed) sides contrast nicely with the ultra-shiny slick back hair in the center. Pairing it up with a long, full beard creates a badass masculine finish.
Cool Hairstyle For Men with Curly Hair
If you want to do something fun and modern with your super-thick, super-curly hair, this style plays on its natural volume with a unique approach. The taper gradually builds up to the thick, long curls on top, which you can style with your favorite volumizing mousse for shine and all-day hold.
Long Flowing Natural Hairstyle + Low Taper
Flowing hair is a symbol of romance, and this amazing style with its low taper is a great way to achieve it. You will need to style medium-length hair on top in textured pieces that seem to flow backward from the front and offer a small bit of fringe and height in the front.
Slicked Back Side Part
This slicked back side part is a great choice for men who want a badass hairstyle, but don’t want to sacrifice their high-maintenance look. The cut takes the hard work out of the style, which can be easily achieved with a wet-look gel and a wide-toothed comb. You’ll need a skilled barber to give you a shape up along your hairline and beard to duplicate this look.
Long Wavy Hairstyle
Women dream of running their hands through a man’s long, wavy locks, and if that suits your fancy, then this style is one to consider. It’s perfectly shaped at the back and on the sides, but the top flows naturally. Just apply a bit of matte pomade and brush hair back from the sides and top, then use your fingertips to muss the top section and allow it to fall naturally.
High Fade Quiff
If you like the idea of a quiff but it seems a bit high-maintenance, this faded quiff haircut is a good choice. With very short sides and a short to medium length top, all you have to do is apply some pomade, brush up your hair, and leave it spiked and messy. Styling the quiff is easier than you might think, and the end result looks amazing.
Messy Hairstyle For Guys with Thick Hair
Thick hair can take on a life of its own, and for some men, styling it seems impossible. However, if you embrace its messy nature, you can create looks like this one – modern, fun, and professional all at the same time. A pomade applied to damp hair will help you achieve this look; just apply it evenly and then tousle hair with your fingertips.
Military Buzz Cut
The military buzz cut is a tapered buzz that is just slightly longer on top than on the sides. This bald fade trims the sides very short, shaving the hair down to the skin at the nape and ears. Low-maintenance and effortless, the buzz cut fade hairstyle is still popular.
Short Curly Haircut + Low Drop Fade
Men’s curls seem to take on a life of their own when they are cut short, and the unique look is perfect for many of today’s popular textured styles. It’s a simple cut that fades into skin at the back and the ears and pairs nicely with a shaped beard.
Medium Length Hairstyle + Classic Taper
The classic taper is one of the most popular cuts among men, and it’s been transformed into numerous styles like this one. Here, the hair on top is medium-length and swoops over from a very slight side part. Some mid-shine pomade and wide-tooth comb make it easy to achieve this style at home, and it pairs nicely with a clean face, some stubble, or a full beard.
Short Hair + Spiked Front + Undercut
An undercut pairs just as nicely with short hair as with medium-length or long hair, and that’s evident with this style. Naturally thick wavy hair adds height, volume, and texture, which is only accentuated by the short hair on the sides.
Curly Flat Top
Men who are blessed with incredibly tight and small curls are more limited in their styles, but this relatively short flat top is a great option. The skin fade on the sides creates the illusion of even more height. A small amount of product will help hair hold its shape throughout the day.
Textured Thick Spiky Hair + Mid Fade
Thick spiky hair with a mid fade is another extremely sexy masculine look that requires longer hair on top swept up and over from a subtle side part. Adding some mid-shine pomade to damp hair and creating texture with a wide-tooth comb really helps set this look apart from others.
Long Combed Over Hair + High Fade
A long comb over is a trendy men’s style, but when paired with a high fade, the hairstyle truly stands out. In this case, the comb over is styled with volume and flow. Moreover, the comb over fade is always easy to do, especially for men who have thick, stick-straight hair.
Cool Long Men’s Hairstyle
This hairstyle for men with long hair defies gravity. You’ll undoubtedly need some firm-hold product and a blow dryer to achieve it, but this is one of those styles that become easier with time as you train your hair to slick back. It’s loud, bold, and sure to make a few heads turn your way.
Short Textured Haircut + Long Fringe
Fringe is a popular part of many of today’s best styles, but in this case, it’s the star. The bald fade is perfect, especially with such thick, dark hair. Plus, the short textured style looks amazing with the thicker, longer fringe. Though it seems high-maintenance, all you need is a brush, some pomade, and your fingertips to coax the style in place.
Short Sides, Long Curly Hair on Top
Long, curly hair on top can look better than you might think, and this picture is proof. The unique shape of the cut – and the amazing curly fringe in the front – is nicely paired with short faded sides to make a personal statement. It looks great with the full beard, but it also looks amazing with a clean-shaven face.
Long Spiky Hairstyle + High Skin Fade
Long, blunt spikes are a bit more difficult to style than some of the other cuts shown here, but it’s definitely a unique style that many men have embraced. Three inches of hair on top twisted into blunt spikes with a matte product is perfectly complemented by the near-bald sides and perfectly-shaped beard.
Messy Textured Pompadour + Low Fade
This is yet another example of a messy pompadour that pairs wonderfully with a beard and a low fade. It’s not a style for the faint of heart, but this pomp fade will certainly help you stand out in any crowd, especially with this kind of height and movement. It works well for thick, straight hair, but can also be styled with somewhat wavy hair.
Short Combed Back Undercut Hairstyle
This short, combed back undercut offers up a more rounded look, which can help you develop a unique, personal sense of style. The undercut is very short and high up on the sides to maximize contrast. A matte pomade, a blow dryer, and a wide-tooth comb can help when styling this cool hairstyle.
Side Swept Ivy League Haircut
Ivy league haircuts are popular among men of all ages and from all walks of life, and this one, which resembles something of a modified textured crew cut, is simple, yet incredibly masculine. Start with a tapered crew cut, then sweep hair up and to the side with some high-hold pomade to keep in in place all day.
European French Crop
The European French crop is a modified version of the classic crop that mixes in some spikes and strands of bangs in varying lengths alongside a symmetrical edge at the hairline. It’s more popular among younger men, but it can be changed in many ways to suit your needs.
Short Faux Hawk
A short faux hawk offers you the opportunity to be a little bold, but in a much subtler way than with a traditional mohawk. You can create some textured spikes, like in the photo here, or you can comb hair in one direction for something a little more professional. It’s more versatile than it looks, and it works well with many different hair types.
Short Messy Spiked Up Hair with Fade
Short spikes suit men of all ages and they are ideal for various types of styles. This one is one of the most popular because it’s short, it’s simple, and it’s bold enough to turn heads. The spikes stand out against the skin fade, making it a great choice for men who have dark hair, and it looks amazing with facial hair.
Disconnected Undercut + Slick Back Hair + Beard
Something about a disconnected undercut screams badass, but at the same time, it’s also oddly formal and classy. The slicked back hairstyle is perfectly disconnected from the short undercut, and when paired with the gorgeous full beard with its amazing curls, you’re sure to impress men and women with your sense of style.
High Fade + Medium Hair
Medium-length hair doesn’t have to be tousled to look sexy, and this style is proof of that. The bold side part clearly defines the length of the hair, which is carefully coiffed and perfectly textured. The high fade brings a clean look that makes this style appear harder to achieve than it truly is. It’s ideal for almost all hair types.
Cool Hairstyle For Men with Wavy Hair
Wavy hair is touchable, flirty, masculine, and fun, so if you aren’t playing yours up, consider trying this style on for size. It’s pretty conservative, but the side-swept texture and fringe give it a hint of boyish flirtation that only really works with wavy hair. It pairs well with or without facial hair, which makes it a versatile style.
Short Fade Haircut
The short fade hairstyle looks good on men with naturally wavy hair. It’s professional enough for a day at work, but with a bit of pomade and a quick tousle, you can be ready for date night or a night out with your friends. In this case, it looks perfect with a well-manicured beard, but it pairs nicely with a clean-shaven face.
Low Fade + Messy Longer Hair on Top
Messy hairstyles style nicely for guys with all hair types and length, ranging from short to long hair. All you need is the right cut, some pomade or wax, and enough time to tousle your hair and move it into place before walking out the door. The skin fade makes the messy look truly stand out.
Side Part + Shaved Hard Part + Spiked Front
This youthful look is perfect for surfers, playboys, and would-be stock brokers alike. It’s a clever twist on a classic style that is best for men who have wavy, thick hair. It does take some coaxing to train hair into place, but over time, styling becomes easy with a natural-bristle brush and the matte pomade or wax of your choice.
Modern Blowout Haircut + Mid Fade
The term blowout refers to the use of a blow dryer, and while it may sound like a lot of trouble, the result is well worth it. This wavy look can be accomplished by using a pomade on damp hair, then blow drying it back from the top and sides. When your hair is almost dry, use a tad more pomade on the tips of your fingers to create a textured blowout hairstyle.
High Temp Fade + Short Spiked Wavy Hair
With the fade starting high at the temples, this modern look for wavy hair is ideal for work or play. It’s great for men who have thick or fine hair since it’s easy to create the swept-up look in front with a bit of styling cream or pomade. All in all, it’s a great modern take on one of the most classic men’s cuts of all time.
Undercut Quiff + Shape Up
The undercut quiff is a voluminous style that is just as masculine as it is modern. When paired with a short undercut, the thick quiff looks even more elegant. The shape up at the temples helps to define the jaw and the forehead, and this is excellent for men who prefer to remain clean-shaven.
Very Short Haircut For Men
There’s nothing wrong with keeping your hair super short, but that doesn’t mean it has to lack interest. There are dozens of line-up options from which you can choose to add interest, and the best part is that since they grow out in a matter of weeks, you can choose a new one every time you see your barber. It’s low-maintenance and fun, which is perfect for incredibly busy men.
Short Sides and Back + Long Top
If you’re a fan of the punk or skater culture, this haircut will undoubtedly appeal to you. The classic undercut is the base of the style, but it’s the flowing bleached-blond pieces that make this cut stand apart from all the rest. It’s textured, it’s messy, and it’s a great way to show off your personality.
Fohawk Taper Fade + Beard
If you want to look professional, but you admit it’s time for some modern flair, the faux hawk taper fade is a fantastic starting point. The fohawk is easy to style with a strong pomade or wax and a comb.
Crop Fade + Line Up + Fringe
Not all men are fans of high volume styles, making the crop fade with a fringe a great choice. It’s a classic look with just a hint of texture, and the fringe in front creates a unique finish. The line-up at the temples and along the beard helps to reinforce your masculine features.
Short Wavy Hair
Short wavy hair works well with textured styles. Pictured above is an example of one of the best hairstyles for men with wavy hair. With a fade or undercut on the sides and short cropped hair on top, guys should tousle this look with pomade to get excellent movement and flow.