When it comes to finding a great hairstyle for black boys, there is a wide variety of options to choose from. Whether you’re dealing with extremely coiled hair or looser, curly hair, you’ll find something on this list for you.
This bold hairstyle features a pattern shaved into the back of the head. The rest of the hair is kept short in order to emphasize the design.
You can’t go wrong with a simple temple fade. This haircut, which also features an angular line up, will work with a variety of hair types and keeps everything tidy.
Here’s another take on the temple fade. With a less angular line up, this haircut is a touch more formal than the previous style, making it a good choice for a variety of situations.
The flat top is an iconic style that’s still popular to this day. It’s an excellent option for boys with more coiled, matted hair.
If you want something more fun and casual, this might be the style for you. A burst fade emphasizes the area around the ear, and a shaved design adds some pizzazz.
Here’s a trendy twist on the classic flat top that gives you the volume of an afro without any messiness.
Is shorter better for you? If so, this haircut is worth your consideration. Short hair on top is emphasized by skin faded sides, while two subtle hard parts add a touch of flair.
If you’re into braided hair, you might like this hip and edgy style. Long braids hang down like spider legs, and there’s a very satisfying rectangular pattern on the top of the head.
This is another flat top variation that’s neat and mess-free all around. A simple skin fade draws the eye up to the flat top.
If you like the mohawk style but don’t want something extreme, try this out. The hair forms a subtle mohawk that tapers as it reaches the neckline.
A straight hairline and this textbook line-up are bound to look amazing because…symmetry! The top ringlets can also look incredible with a little more length so consider letting them grow for a bit.
This right here is a love letter to Black Culture. Now more than ever be proud to wear your natural hair as many have done before.
A short crop is ideal for showcasing the tight natural ringlets’ texture and definition. Some swear by re-styling it with a mixture of saltwater and conditioner in a couple of spritzes, this, of course, is a DIY version but there are enough store-bought solutions!
With a little length on top and some happy defined curls, this hairstyle has a pretty different front hairline since it incorporates some as the star of the show.
The fade helps bring all the attention up top since it’s been kept pretty low.
These shaggy locks look super cute at this length, it can be easy to decide you just want to grow them but consider making this length a look you stick with!
There’s some wavy styling going on and I’m here for it. The sides of the line-up take a more natural and soft approach to the hairline while the temples are thinly groomed.
Here we see them keeping things simple. A super short crop and a natural taper always make for an incredible look fit for anything you get up to, but wait! Check out that cheeky shaved line, it technically makes this a disconnected undercut, and I love how’s been done!
Ah the classic buzz down, we all know is the easiest and fastest way to go when you’re simply undecided on what haircut to give your kid.
At this height, this afro flat top beautifully complements their features and the low faded sides keep everything in a uniform manner.
Everything going on here I love! From the very interesting long and pointy temple’s design to the perfectly styled afro. This look screams precision. What a skill!
Natural hair can be worn in so many different ways, and that’s the beauty of it! Here we have some gorgeously styled curls contrasted by an undercut with some shaved lines design. Get creative!
This flat top is at the top of its game (hehe, see what I did there?). When it comes to haircut design or anything design for that matter, patterns and lines are super important. This is why I love what they’ve done with the hardline on the side.
Box braids have long been around and they’re the kind of hairstyle that never dies! Fewer people might wear it at any point in time but it’s not bound to disappear.
Check out this awesome and very subtle burst fade accompanying an incredibly neat and well-kept afro. The stylist decided to do a line-up in halfsies since they went with a more natural-looking hairline for the front. Love this!