Even though blonde hairstyles for men are widely considered the most attractive ones out there, that doesn’t give you an excuse to poorly manage it. That is why we over here at Haircut Inspiration, decided to make a list with the best men’s blonde hairstyles for you.
Whether you are looking for a new cut or a different way to style your hair, using our examples as inspiration and having a chat with your hair stylist will go a long, long way.
Making you look younger than you actually are by default is not the only benefit you get for being a blonde. Lighter tones of hair also does not look as greasy if unwashed for long periods of time, and reflect nicely in most lighting settings. If taken proper care of, just the color of your hair alone can take you a long way when the subject is improving your looks.
Check out below the top men’s blonde hairstyles:
The biggest advantage of the undercut is the huge flexibility this cut gives you. From modern undercuts to the classic ones, the length variation on the top side is what you want to focus on, make sure to tell your barber exactly how you would like for it to be done.
Styling – To style your undercut, start by slicking your wet hair either to the back or the side according to your preference, after that, while blow drying, use a wide-tooth comb for the manipulation of the waves. The idea here is to achieve a noticeable contrast with the hair on the sides of the head.
Basically slicked back hair with extra volume, this works for both guys with thick or thin hair, and with the right styling technique your lighter colored hair will look amazing. Here the sides are cut into a skin fade, about an inch above the hairline all around. The effect is a fresh and clean style, with retro roots.
Styling – The key is to brush or comb your hair into the desired shape, after applying volumizer to damp, and hot blow drying your hair into place.
The man bun is still going strong for guys with long hair. Once one of David Beckham’s hairstyles of choice, the bum is only recommended if you have a patch free beard to combo with, and thick hair. On the bright side, it is really easy to maintain and it is also a ladies favorite.
Styling – To style it, start after air drying your hair. Free of any hair products, slick it back and make a half ponytail. It is as easy as that.
The Buzz Cut, also known as the military cut, is as low maintenance as it gets, so if you are looking for a “ready to go anywhere at any time” this should be perfect for you.
The buzz gets its name from the sound of the clippers, but it does not have to be necessarily ultra short or even all one length, make sure to talk with your barber about it, so you can get an exclusive, “your face” adapted cut.
Tired of the old clean cut short hairstyle? Being practical, fashionable and easy to maintain, the messy look is an excellent option, and it gives your natural blonde hair a bad boy look instantly. The “i just woke up” tendency is in an all time high in 2017, and it is perfect for both work and play.
Styling – If you are new to using hair products, this is a great way to start practicing because there is no way to go wrong. You can easily achieve this look by applying your favorite styling product (we recommend a good quality pomade) to your still wet hair, proceed then to flatten the sides and go wild on the top and in the front, and when you are satisfied with the look, You can air or blow dry.
Vogue for over 100 years, with the invention of pomade and other styling products the slicked back trend is back with full force. The key component for a good slicked back hair is the placement. The way you stylize it can make it go from serious to casual in a simple careless touch.
Styling – Guide for achieving perfect slick: starting at the forehead, with your hair still humid, gently pull your hair back and finish the movement at the crown (just above your neck, where your hair ends), making sure that you coat your hair with a suitable good pomade in the process.
The best part about having a slicked back cut is that you are pretty much allowed to shape the slick as you wish, so you can turn it from a more of a formal cut into a modern edgy cut in just a couple of moves.
Hot blow drying for additional fixation is recommended. Avoid doing this in fully-dried hair.
The shag is a timeless haircut. It’s perfect for those who can’t find the time to style their hair every morning — or those who simply don’t care. It’s a refreshing, young look that will always have a place in our hearts.
This clean Ivy League haircut is an excellent choice for blonde guys who need something formal and low-maintenance. It’s super tidy, easy to style, and always works.
Some might call the mop top a throwback to the 90s. Whatever your associations are with this style, it’s definitely a youthful, free-spirited look. Like the shag, it’s easy to get and easy to maintain.
Fringe haircuts have been around since the Roman times. This particular blonde look features plenty of messiness on top, for a unique, handsome look.
Ah, the brushed back. If you’re looking for a mid-length style that blends elegance with extravagance, this might be it. Wear it up or wear it down — your choice.
This short, angular top will keep your head cool throughout the summer. It’s definitely a hipsterish look, but there’s something slightly futuristic about it…
Here’s an easy, curly undercut with short, tapered sides. This popular look works for anyone, anytime, and anywhere. Of course, the facial hair is up to you!
This wavy, blonde undercut features brilliant contrast. Not only is there the light and dark contrast of the highlights, there’s the long and short contrast of the undercut.
We like the French crop not only because it’s so easy, but also because it has a unique manliness to it. This crop is nothing remarkable but really does look the part.
This pompadour is matched with a layered taper on the sides. Overall, this creates a cool, manly look for guys of all face shapes and hair colors — including blonde.
This blonde quiff is an easy look for anyone. With mid-length sides and slightly long hair on top, you’ll have plenty of freedom to style this cut however you please.
Want to look like a surfer? You’re already halfway there with your blonde hair (giving that sun-bleached look); now just curl it up like in this awesome style.
Extra long on one side and nice and short on the other — with a part down the middle. That pretty much describes this light blonde look in one sentence.
This clean-shave high fade is an awesome look. The rugged, messy top hair is kept short for low-maintenance, leaving a stylish yet respectable look.
What’s wrong with a simple quiff? Absolutely nothing. This tidy style looks great and is nice and easy to maintain.
This long, wispy Caesar cut works great in blonde. And for some reason, it seems like the kind of style only big, jacked guys would sports.
Perhaps a little less blonde than the others on this list, this messy surfer look will actually take a bit of perfecting to get right!
An undercut like this could find its way into any guy’s wardrobe. The quiff is hard not to love, and the short sides make it tidy and practical.
Here’s another variation on the undercut, this time with a brushed-up top. This style really is hard to beat, especially for blonde guys.
This look is another example of an angular blonde fringe. We love how the long top hair is carefully combed forwards. The stark contrast between the top and the sides is a cool touch, too.
If you want a blonde hairstyle with plenty of volumes, the faux hawk is one of our favorites. It’s not too in-your-face, but it does make the most of mid-length top hair.
This clean pompadour is simple in principle, but very hard to get right in practice. With that said, the end result is absolutely worth it if you need a blonde cut that will stand out for all the right reasons.
The messy, tousled top in this hairstyle contrasts against the short sides for a definitively masculine look. The facial hair is, no doubt, a bonus!
Add some flair to a plain old undercut by introducing a cowlick. This style, with its messy cowlick at the back, is one of our favorites on the list.
Looking for something old-school? The mullet works in blonde if that’s what you’re into. Just add sunglasses and facial hair for this classic American style.
Here’s another mop top (we had one at the start of this gallery), but you can see that it’s been tidied up a little. Not an easy style to get right!
You say what does thin hair, mop-top, and bowl cut volume get you? This cool panache is the answer. The top is thin-haired so it can be long without looking fuzzy with sides being layered, there is no taper at all. The forehead is covered to that also makes it slightly bowl cut.
Usually, the trend calls for tapering sides and sometimes fading it too but this is another level of casual styling. The top is all tossed with sides slightly layered for the volume and nothing too extreme. The hair has enough girth to be thick yet is a quite free flowing.I
I almost believed this to be Chris Hemsworth because of the formal yet casual top. The sides are strictly taper faded with the top being brushed up with a slight side brush. The undercut is quite subtle with line ups being quite angular and tapered, this is a good blend of casual to formal.
This is what a thick volume with a cheeky side part gets you. Plus if you notice the sides are again layered and not taper faded. The temple is blended into a beard and that balances the overall outlook of the face. The side brush is very much casual and nothing too serious, which gives it that playful edge.
Thin hair can have good volume and that is what this looks like. The slicked back base with puffed texture is what you can pull off easily if you have thin hair. This one, in particular, has layers on the sides and more volume on top, and that shine, hard to miss isn’t it?
Justin has had so many styles and somehow he does look good in most of them and this is no exception. The top is casually brushed with sides being layered and slightly tapered, with no sign on undercut but loads of detail towards line up.
We have seen this style as it is quite on the trend but this color is something that makes this one stand out pretty well. The sides are taper faded with slight drop fade but the top is brushed up and side swayed with that casual toss texture. That beard balances everything altogether doesn’t it?
This is what happens when you combine semi curls with an undercut and a slight brush up the texture. That is not all, there is a tinge of french crop involved on the forehead with that cheeky skin fade on the sides makes the whole look quite cleaner, pushing all the focus on the top.
This is exactly what it means to have a hairstyle that is semi-formal and casual both at the same time. The pushed back or slicked back base makes it a very elegant one and then the side being taper faded makes it better. Plus, that dye that makes it golden is what makes it better, just look at it!
The hairline is so straight with that thick silky strands shine perfectly, moreover, the sides are very much maintained with that taper fade. The top can be classified as pompadour with a tinge of quiff, and that slight side brush is what it needs to be almost perfect,
Welcome the classic front brushed up with fancy sides. The sides are straight mid faded with the top being multi-layered as the front is longer than the back. The dye is on a whole another level with that rough yet bright color, notice that you can still see black peaking, it is intentional!
Introducing one of the most classy haircuts in the town, with that undercut one can tell that it is straight from Chris Hemsworth. The top is pompadoured with a slight quiff on top with that silky thin texture. The overall look is supported with that deep stubble beard.
Woah! Where do we even begin? The top is so well diverse with that mop-top feel plus an angular fringe on the corner, not to mention the straight hairline. The thin and silky hair is what one needs to pull this off. The sides are taper faded with that sharp yet faded lineup.
Is that what a classic french hairstyle look like? It sure it, the classy side part with that heavy hard part makes the sides sweep more distinct. The sides are tapered and then faded just like it should be, plus that curls add extra girth to the overall look.
If one day pompadour and slicked back had a baby, this is what it would look like. Plus added the fact that the frosty icy white blonde dye is what makes this one so special. Plus the undercut with that cheeky taper fade is hard to miss. Not to mention, but that is one of the cleanest fades we have seen in a while.
Is that the newbie soccer cut? Well, maybe not a newbie because that panache is not easy to pull off. The sides are gradually taper faded with that top being all brushed up in all four directions. Plus, the line up is nonexistent with a blend into beard, can it get any better? It cannot!
Crafty side sweep with a thick taper fade plus that blend into the beard makes it full of style, plus not to mention, that highlight on the chin beard is what pops up with that tuxedo to make it even more gentlemanly. How wouldn’t want to be like this?
That is straight-up from gods, that brush up of thin hair strands, that too being pretty casual about it, plus the sides being straight up taper faded is just marvelous. The beard brings the whole style an anchor that makes the face look fuller and adds more girth to the top.
That is a sleeky mid taper followed by a crisp mid fade. Plus the brush-up blonde on top looks so casual yet can be rocked on a formal occasion. Those pocky strands that you see are totally intentional and you can have them too just make sure to use some hair product and BOOM! You’re all set to rock.
Even he is smiling because he knows he pulled off a very gentlemanly style with that swiveled pompadour, topped with sides being layered. All of that plus that thin hair texture is what one needs to pair with a turtle neck to look like Harvey Spectre.