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How to Style Your Hair Like a Barber Would

how to style your hair like a barber would?

You just got a great haircut, it looks perfect, and it’s laying down in all of the right places. Then, the next day, after a shower, it looks a little less than perfect. You’re using the product you bought at the barbershop and you’re trying to get the front to do that thing your barber did but it’s not happening.

It’s frustrating because you want to look sharp every day, not just the one day a month you get to see the barber.

There are a few factors that could be to blame but I’m going to share my top 3 solutions with you here because I want you to be able to style your hair on your own so you look sharp and feel confident every day of the week.

This list of questions is where I start when my clients bring this complaint to me. 

 1. Do you use a blow dryer?

Using a blow dryer can be intimidating or even taboo for people who grew up thinking it’s just used for long hair.

The truth is, almost everyone with a short hairstyle has something to gain from using one as well. 

To use an analogy, blow-drying your hair is like using primer before you paint. If you don’t prime the surface, how will the paint stick and perform well? It won’t. Then you have to cake on the paint to get the appearance you want.

Hair is the same way. Prime your hair with a blow-dryer and you’ll get much better results from the product you’re using.

2. How are you combing your hair?

Do you just ruffle your hair with your hands? Use a wide-tooth comb? A brush, perhaps?

All of these will give an entirely different look.

If you want a sleek, polished look, use a comb with fairly wide teeth and a pomade with high shine. As you comb, lay the spine of the comb flat on your head and use it to flatten the hair.

If you want a cross between polished and messy, use a comb to flatter the hair and raise the front. Then, drop the comb and use your fingers to ruffle the hair. The idea is to get the hair in the right place, then add the texture.

For a more natural, messy look, use a brush first get the hair into place, then rough it up with your hands. The brush will add a bit of volume so that it’s not so flat to the head.

3. Do you have the right product for your hair type?

Products generally vary in two ways: hold and shine. 

When choosing a product you need to think about your hair type and how you want your hair to look. 

Thin hair:

I always recommend a Matte Clay Pomade for thinning hair. Any product that has a higher shine or a heavy hold will weigh down your hair and cause it to clump together, looking even thinner.

I would also recommend using a fine-tooth comb as this will spread the hair evenly, keeping it from clumping together.

Medium & Thick hair:

If you want a clean and polished look, use a medium hold Natural Pomade. You could also use a light or heavy hold for this look depending on how much shine or hold you want. For high shine, go with a light hold. For high hold, go with the heavy hold. 

For a messy/textured style, grab a Matte Clay Pomade. Use a generous amount after blow-drying your hair and use your hands to style it.

Curly Hair:

I personally have curly hair and frizz is the main problem I face. I use two products for this. I use our Beard Oil when my hair is still damp and then top it off with the medium hold Natural Pomade

Once my hair drys, it retains the curls I want while keeping frizz to a minimum. 

The main thing you want to avoid with styling curly hair is combing or brushing it too much. This will cause the hair to straighten out a bit and you’ll have to wet it to reactivate the curls.

I hope these tips help you look sharp and feel confident in your appearance after you start incorporating them into your daily grooming routine. The next time you see your barber, ask them what type of product they would recommend for your hair type.

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How To Use Pomade

We’ve all been in front of a mirror, frustrated, mad, going through tons of pomade because it just isn’t working and we can’t tame that dang cowlick or get the volume we want or whatever our unruly hair is deciding to throw at us. Thankfully, the solution is pretty simple. Follow these five steps and you’ll never be frustrated with your hair again. See video below.

Pomade used: Natural Pomade – XX – Pipe Tobacco
Comb used: Kent R5T  

1. Get A Good Haircut

Starting with a haircut that fits your lifestyle and head shape is half of the battle against unruly hair that has a mind of its own. Book an appointment with one of our Master Barbers to take care of this step.

2. Use A Blow Dryer

Hair stays where it dries. By using a blow dryer to take your hair from wet to dry, you’re commanding it to stay where you want it and you’re sealing the cuticle, making it a breeze to work with. To fully seal the cuticle, use the “cool” setting at the end once your hair is dry.

When using natural, oil-based products like ours, always start with dry hair. Period. Oil and water don’t mix, so if you use an oil based product in wet hair, the product will not bind to your hair and you can kiss goodbye any chance of having a strong hold.

3. Scoop Generously

Use the top of your thumbnail to break through the waxiness on the surface so you can scoop as much as you need. A lot of times, the reason you aren’t getting the hold or finish you want is because you aren’t using enough pomade to do the job.

Using the right pomade for your hair type is important as well. We will discuss how to pick the right product in a later post. For now, we recommend starting with something versatile like our Medium hold Natural Pomade.

4. Spread Evenly

Emulsify the pomade between your palms and spread it lightly and evenly throughout your dry hair. Its okay for there to be a little bit of pomade left on your hands. That means your hair is evenly coated.

5. Use a Comb to Style

We recommend a Kent Handmade Comb for styling. The saw-cut teeth glide smoothly across your hair and leave beautiful comb lines. If you’ve managed to do most of the work with the blow dryer, combing will be the easiest part. Use this step to finish spreading the pomade and polish off the final shape.

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Top 100 Best Haircuts For Men In 2022

Here are collection of the best haircuts for men. Use this guide to find best way to get ahairstyle or want to get a cool men’s haircut to transform your style.

How important is men’s haircuts?

There are many different haircuts for men. For example, fade, undercut, short hair, long hair and so on. You should not pay too much attention to hairstyle trends, but pay attention to your face and make sure that the hairstyle suits you.

Hair style trends can only provide one direction, but they must not be copied one-to-one. If you are not sure to choose right hairstyle for your head shape, it’s best to read through our articles or ask a barber you trust.

Which haircuts for men do you choose?

Every hairstyle has its own style. When you get it, you should learn how to style. Here are details of all haircuts. Be sure to check out our complete guide.

#Fade Haircuts For Men

The haircut is called a fade because your hair is tapered on the back and side of your hair and blends with your skin. Whether you want a low, mid, high, taper, bald or skin fade haircut, faded hairstyles have something to offer every guy, including White, Black, Latino, and Asian men.

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1. High Skin Fade + Buzz Cut

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Short buzz cut with side high skin fade. However, a surgical line adds a special style. beards and buzz cut make for the perfect partnership

2. Mid Skin Fade + Curly Hair

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Sides kept short with a mid fade. and perfectly sculpted curls on top. If you have a thick hair, this will be a great look.

3. Low Skin Fade + Long Hair

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Long hair on top with sides low skin fade. This is a changeable hairstyle. You can not only slicked back, but also side swept.

4. Taper Fade + Slicked Back

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This is Classic hairstyle with taper fade and slicked back. you can ask your barber for a low fade slick back for a more conservative and classy version.

5. Temple Fade + Curly Hair

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The Temple Fade, also known as a Brooklyn Fade, Low Fade, or Blow Out, is a hairstyle that gained popularity in the early 2000s. The hair is tapered from the scalp to 1 cm (0.4 in) in length from the edge of the hairline up 2 cm (0.8 in). The rest of the hair is left the same length, usually 2–5 cm (0.8–2.0 in), depending on the preference of the client.

6. Baled Fade + Texture On Top

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The bald fade tapers hair to expose the skin. It’s similar to skin fade. this haircuts rim and texture on top with mid skin fade.

7. Burst Fade + Slicked Back Hair

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The burst fade took is a popular fade haircut in recent years. The burst fade tapers the line of hair behind the ear, leaving hair longer at the neck. The shape is rounded, like a sun is rising behind the ear.

8. Drop Fade + Pompadour

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The drop fade haircut gets its name because the fade drops low behind the ear and down to the nape of the neck. Men can choose between the high, mid, and low drop fade depending on how short they want to cut their hair on the sides and back.

9. Mohawk Fade + Textured

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This is a great cool haircut with textured mohawk.

10. Mid Fade + Comb Over

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This is a classic hairstyle with mid fade and comb over. In order to get this look, you will need to use shiny products. Work a small amount of a shiny pomade into damp hair. Comb in place. To make your body healthier, please use a hair dryer.

#Undercut Haircuts For Men

The undercut haircuts is a hairstyle that was fashionable at all time. the hair on the top of the head is long and parted on either the side or center, while the back and sides are buzzed very short.

Related: How to Do Undercut Hair for Men

11. Undercut  + Messy On Top

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Not only will this style show off your curls on top but it will also work to tame them. By shaving the sides and back of your hair for the undercut, all your natural volume and texture will be concentrated on top, creating a neat and smart appearance.

12. Undercut + Long Hair

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For those who want to express their hairstyles with hairstyles, long hair undercuts provide this. The combination of the short side and the unfettered long hair at the top makes the eye-catching juxtaposition.

13. Undercut + quiff

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The undercut quiff is a hybrid hairstyle. Modern quiff on top with side fade. There are many guys to choose it.

14. Undercut + Brushed Back

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This is a classic undercut hairstyle. The sides keep taper fade. If you want shorter, you can cut with skin fade.

15. Undercut + Top Knot

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There is no doubt that it’s a fashionable hairstyle. The top knont partnering it with an undercut. And overall style is sleek and enviable. In addition, In addition, matching the beard shows a man’s charm even more.

16. Disconnected Undercut

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The disconnected undercut is one of the most noticeable and dramatic variations of the classic undercut. The hair on top of the head is disconnected from the sides with a hard part. This creates a clearly defined line where the short hair stops and the long hair begins.

#Buzz Cut Haircuts For Men

The buzz cut is one of the latest hairstyle trends for men. With this haircut, the man grabs the razor and lets it hum. “Buzz”. The result is an easy-care, simple, uncomplicated short hairstyle for men that has already conquered half of Hollywood.

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17. Buzz Cut + High Skin Fade

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This is a simple hairstyle and easy to manage. More importantly, it is easy to wash at a sink or out doors just with a bit of soap. it is cooler in summer.

18. Buzz Cut + Curl hair

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What makes this hairstyle special is that it has curly hair. The others are the same as above.

19. Buzz Cut +Line Up

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If you think it is relatively simple, then you can add a surgical line. It looks more fashionable.

20. Classic Buzz Cuts

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This is a classic buzz cut hairstyle. It also gives people an impression of down to the earth, reliable and nothing flamboyant. Another aspect is this hairstyle is really easy to clean and you can’t grab the hair in combats.

#Long Hairstyles

“Long” is a matter of opinion, even varies from culture to culture. As soon as one speaks of a hair length that goes beyond the chin for men, there are really few trends in this direction for men. Why is that? In our country and in many other countries, long hair is culturally attributed to women. Historically, there have always been different norms in Europe and men’s hair has been worn sometimes shorter and sometimes longer.

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21. Long Hairstyles + Wavy Hair

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If you want this hairstyle, your hair should be long enough. You should taking everyday care of long hair. For instance, shampoo 2-3 times a week,invest in high-quality grooming materials and avoid blow drying your hair.

22. Long Hairstyles On Shoulder

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Excessive blow drying can dry out your hair and scalp, and it can damage your hair if you don’t apply a heat protectant beforehand. Only blow dry your hair on special occasions. On an everyday basis, air- or towel-dry your hair.

#Men’s Bun Haircuts For Men

The bun is very easy to make. Take all your hair, brush it back and twist it into a light bulb, put your hair elastic in and you’re done. Better to refrain from experiments and use a classic black or brown hair tie. Do not worry if individual strands fall out.

23. Classic Men’s Bun

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Men bun is a popular male updo. Brush your hair, then pull your hair up as you would to start a ponytail. Put a rubber band around your ponytail, then wrap your hair in a spiral around the base of your ponytail. Tuck the ends of the ponytail under the rubber bands and pull in the middle to tighten your bun.

24. Men’s Bun + Taper Fade

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The difference of this men bun is on the sides. The barber will cut the hair on the sides and back of your head.

25. Men’s Bun + Curl Hair

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It is the same as the traditional men bun. But this is a curls hair. Curly hair is more styled.

#Quiff Haircuts For Men

The modern-day quiff includes plenty of hair at the front of the top of the head, receding into shorter hair at the back with a trimmed back and sides.

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26. Modern Quiff

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Modern quiff is a common hairstyle. Slicked back on top and short sides. It’s easy to take care of in normal life.

27. Classic Quiff

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With a classic quiff there is less contrast in length between the top and the sides. The front isn’t rigidly styled, either. This means you can embrace your individual hair texture and work with your natural parting, not against it, while using just your fingers to style it.

28. Disconnected Quiff

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An edgy version of the classic, this requires texture in the length on top to really emphasise the contrast with the short, tight sides. When he’s chosen to sport a quiff, David Beckham (above) has worn this cut well.

29. Short Quiff

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For men with a less than bouffant thatch, the short quiff should be your go-to style. Any height at the front can create a strong outline, even if there’s less to play with around the sides and back.

30. Rockabilly Quiff

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A modified version of the pompadour, this is the original greaser look.

31. Quiff + Skin Fade

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This is a cool hairstyle with high skin fade. If you want to keep this hairstyle, you should always cut the sides.

32. Quiff + Taper Fade

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The haircut is most popular for men. The spiked hair on top and taper fade sides.

#Pompadour Haircuts For Men

The pompadour is a hairstyle named after Madame de Pompadour a mistress of King Louis XV of France. Although there are numerous variations of the style for men, women, and children, the basic concept is having a large volume of hair swept upwards from the face and worn high over the forehead, and sometimes upswept around the sides and back as well.

Despite the name, this hairstyle has nothing in common with the hairstyle of Madame de Pompadour, who wore her hair back rather than up, with no extra volume on the top. The name was coined in the 20th century.

Related: How to Cut a Pompadour

33. Classic Pompadour

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34. Skin Fade Pompadour

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35. Taper Fade Pompadour

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36. Modern Comb Over Pompadour

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37. Pompadour + Undercut

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#French Crop Haircuts For Men

The classic French crop is achieved by cutting or clippering the hair at the back and sides just enough to give the edges a little sharpness, but not so much as to dramatically contrast with the length on top. It’s all about balance and proportion.

38. French Crop + Textured Hair

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39. French Crop + High Skin Fade

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40. French Crop +Long Fringe

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41. Crop Fade + Line Up + Fringe

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#Crew Cut Haircuts For Men

A crew cut is a type of haircut in which the upright hair on the top of the head is cut relatively short, graduated in length from the longest hair that forms a short pomp (pompadour) at the front hairline to the shortest at the back of the crown so that in side profile, the outline of the top hair approaches the horizontal. Relative to the front view, and to varying degrees, the outline of the top hair can be arched or flattened at the short pomp front and rounded or flattened over the rest of the top to complement the front hairline, head shape, face shape and facial features. The hair on the sides and back of the head is usually tapered short, semi-short, or medium.

42. Classic Crew Cut

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43. Crew Cut + Messy Textured Top

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44. Modern Crew Cut + High Fade

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45. Crew Cut + Comb Over

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#Side Part Haircuts For Men

In fact, side parting hairstyles remain a trend. The haircut relies on a side part. The top and sides are cut in a traditional fashion to give the side part haircut its all-around timeless look.

The side part works best with thicker hair, though it is possible to style with finer hair. Like the comb over and other short cuts, it best suits square and oval face shapes

46. Classic Side Part

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47. Fade Side Part + Pompadour

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48. Fade Side Part + Beard

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49. Swept Side Part + Surgical Line

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#Spiky Haircuts For Men

The spiky hairstyles have maintained a top spot among trends throughout these years. From edgy to classy and everything in between, spiky hairstyles for men have it all. From short spiky hair to medium length and long styles to messy textured versions, we’ll show you how to get a spiked hairstyle for the modern gentleman

50. Spiky + Taper Fade

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51. Long Spiky + Burst Fade

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52. High Skin Fade Spiky + Beard

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53. Textured Spiky + Surgical Line

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#Mohawk Haircuts For Men

The mohawk (also referred to as a mohican) is a hairstyle in which, in the most common variety, both sides of the head are shaven, leaving a strip of noticeably longer hair in the center.

54. Classic Mohawk

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55. Mohawk + Curls Hair

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56. Mohawk + Taper Fade

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57. Mohawk + Short Haircut

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58. Mohawk + Mid Length

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#Faux Hawk Haircuts For Men

A faux hawk is a less dramatic take on a Mohawk; the sides are clipped shorter than the strip of hair on your head, but there is not a great distinction between them.

59. Classic faux hawk

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Always been one of my favorite mens cuts to do variations of the faux hawk. In this cut I added texture through the middle interior with my feather razor and deep point cutting while keeping it short and clean on the sides

60. Spiky Textured Faux Hawk

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This haircut is one of the most popular hairstyles among men. Besides being easy to create, the faux hawk hairstyle is also suitable for all face shapes. With the right haircut and styling, a gentlemen’s appearance will look masculine at once

61. Faux Hawk + Hair Design

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62. Faux Hawk + Long Fringe 

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63. Shor Faux Hawk + Low Fade

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#Flat Top Haircuts For Men

Flat top is a type of short haircut where the hair on the top of the head is usually standing upright and cut to form a flat-appearing deck. This deck may be level, or it may be upward or downward sloping. This type of haircut is usually performed with electric clippers, either freehand or using the clipper-over-comb method.

64. Classic Flat Top

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65. Curly Flat Top + High Level

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66. Short Flat Top

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#Top Knot Haircuts For Men

This hairstyle that is often used by traditional Japanese society is a hairstyle with the right and left sides that are made thin to plain. Likewise with the back hair. For the top itself, leave it long so that it can be tied back or up.

67. Top Knot + Fade Udercut

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This hairstyle is more suitable for gentlemen who have black hair and tend to be straight.

68. Top Knot + Taper Fade

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#Afro Haircuts For Men

An afro is a natural growth of curly textured hair, in any length kinky hair texture (also known as a natural), or specifically styled with chemical curling products by individuals with naturally curly or straight hair. The hairstyle can be created by combing the hair away from the scalp, dispersing a distinctive curl pattern, and forming the hair into a rounded shape, much like a cloud or puff ball.

69. Fade Afro

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#Caesar Cut Haircuts For Men

The Caesar cut is a hairstyle with short, horizontally straight cut bangs. The hair is layered to around 2–5 cm (1-2 inches) all over. It is named after the Roman Emperor Tiberius Julius Caesar, whose images frequently depict him wearing his hair in such a manner.

70. Caesar Cut + Taper Fade

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71. Caesar Cut + High Fade

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#Bald Haircuts For Men

As the name suggests, bald haircut is no hair. This haircut is very easy to manage.

72. Vin Diesel

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73. Bald Haircut + Beard

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#Cornrows Haircuts For Men

Cornrows, or canerows in the Caribbean, are a style of hair braiding, in which the hair is braided very close to the scalp, using an underhand, upward motion to make a continuous, raised row. Cornrows are often done in simple, straight lines, as the term implies, but they can also be styled in elaborate geometric or curvilinear designs.

74. Two Cornrows

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75. Three Cornrows

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76. Four Cornrows

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77. Cornrow Design

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#Wings Haircuts For Men

The Wings haircut or flippies or flow is a popular hairstyle used in the skateboarding, surfer, mod, and preppy community. Typically long, the style can range from long and drooping below the eyes, to a shorter length. The haircut is typically wavy and, if straight, the length comes to halfway down the ears. Instead of lying on the wearer’s ears, the hair flips up and comes straight out like an airplane wing, hence the name.

78. Justin Bieber

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79. Harry Styles

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#Curly Hair Haircuts For Men

Curly hair is also most popular hairstyle for men. This haitcut is Changing. Therefore, it can make the most of any textured hair, from short hair to long.

80. Short Curly Hair

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81. Long Curly Hair

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82. Afro Curly Hair

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83. Taper Fade Curly Hair

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84. Skin Fade Curly Hair

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85. Men’s Bun Curly Hair

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#Waves Hairstyle

Waves are a hairstyle for curly hair in which the curls are brushed and/or combed and flattened out, creating a ripple-like pattern.

The hairstyle is achieved with a short-cropped haircut and frequent brushing and/or combing of the curls (which trains the curls to flatten out), as well as wearing a du-rag. Wave pomades and moisturizers can help hold the hair in place while preventing the hair from getting too dry. A durag is worn to preserve moisture while compressing the hair and holding it in place.

86. Long Waves Hairstyle

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87. Taper Fade Waves Hairstyle

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88. Side Swept Waves Hairstyle

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89. Short Waves Hairstyle

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90. Slicked Back Waves Hairstyle

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#Hair Design

Here are collection of best men’s haircuts with special design. Each different style of hairstyle shows your style.

91. High Fade Colorful Crop Top

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92. Buzz Cut + Surgical Line

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93. Buzz Cut + White Hair

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94. “$” Shape Cornrow

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95. Changeable Hairstyle

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96. Mandala side piece + Slicked Back

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97. The Cypher + Top Knot

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98. Spicky Hair + Line Up

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99. Top Knot + Side Part Design

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100. “V” Shape + Colorful Hair

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Skin Fade Haircuts

Skin fade haircuts have been a popular addition to men’s haircuts for years. Therefore , I think the trend will not go away any time soon.

The skin fade haircut, also known as a zero fade and bald fade. It’s a type of haircut that tapers on the sides and back, blending short faded hair into the skin. Generally, the haircut starts with longer hair on top of the head, and then gradually becomes shorter down the sides and back, towards the neck.

As one of the latest hair trends for men, the skin fade comes in a variety of cuts. For instance, high, mid and low bald fade haircut. Because the high and low skin fade works best with high-contrast “short on the sides, long hair on top” hairstyles, the cut is often paired with a stylish quiff, comb over, pompadour, side part, faux hawk or crew cut to create a super cool style! However, you can definitely combine any short fade with short hair on top as well. (Just think buzz cut, waves, caesar, or French crop).

If you’re looking for a fade haircut but aren’t sure exactly how you want it cut, try a bald fade on the sides with one of these top short men’s hairstyles.

Check out these haircuts below to find a new hairstyle for the year.

High Skin Fade

The haircut is the sexy, masculine, and very short. The haircut will taper your sides and back to look like a shaved cut. Good for men with long, medium, and short hair, this kind of fade clearly highlights the men’s hairstyle on top.

high fade

Guys with thinning or fine hair will also like that it minimizes bald spots. If you want a really short hairstyle that comes with plenty of contrast, get high skin faded sides. The sharp trendy look is fashionable, and the women in your life will swoon.

Mid Skin Fade

The haircut starts in the middle of your sides and back to achieve a balanced look. Not too edgy yet not completely innocent, the haircut is the most versatile cut.

mid fade

Great for little boys, teens, young men, and older guys, the skin mid taper fade works with all of the best hairstyles. Ultimately, a mid fade down to the skin will focus the eyes on the short or long hair on top, just the way a tapered cut should.

Low Skin Fade

The haircut is a fresh yet versatile take on the style. This haircut starts just above the ears. Clean-cut and classy, men like low skin fades because they very gradually blend and taper the sides and back to create a cool yet understated look.

If you still want to partake in this modern haircut but need to look presentable at the office, ask your barber for a low cut skin fade. The style looks best with medium to longer hair on top, but guys can pull of short hair as well.

How To Get A Skin Fade

Step-by-step tutorial on how to achieve the “picture perfect blend” or “photoshop fade” in under 30 minutes.

How To Style?

Style the top with a hair styling product. Clay, wax, gel, and pomade all work well with faded hair. Work a small amount of styling product into the top, brushing or combing it as you do so to give it a clean, neat look.

Trim the fade every 4 to 6 weeks, as regular maintenance. To maintain the same hair length and fade, re-trim the cut approximately once every 4 to 6 weeks. Although fades grow out evenly, their style can change significantly as they grow out and require routine trims

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Men’s Haircuts: The Definitive Guide 2022