Aware of the fact that both parents and the kids from time to time are looking for very unique haircuts we’ve decided to present some of the coolest haircuts for kids out there.
We have some classic cuts with a twist but mostly quite avant-garde haircuts that surely by it’s original character will let the kids shine. When your children are looking for something different you may find some inspiration to look further then the more or less regular haircuts.
Divided into two part – first one brings us hairstyles that all parents would like to see and the second part more unique cuts that’ll make our little ones jump on the barbers chair with joy.
This dapper hairstyle is an excellent choice for boys who are going for a more formal look. We like how this style highlights the blonde color.
Simple and easy to maintain, this buzz cut is ideal for active youngsters. The slight taper on the side is a nice touch that changes things up just a little.
If your little one is after a more unique haircut, this French crop is definitely a cut to consider. It’s straightforward and a little different.
Best for slightly older boys around the middle school age, this hairstyle will stand out in a crowd. It’s a short mohawk that’s very dramatic and attention-grabbing.
For a really suave look, consider this classy brushed up hairstyle. It features a shaved design on the side that adds a bit of edge.
Inspired by popular athletic hairstyles, this heavily textured style belongs in its own category. The contrast of the fringe and the messy top is interesting and stylish.
This is a fun hairstyle that’s great for boys who want a very casual and playful look. The hair stands straight up for an eye-catching appearance.
Here’s a very slick hairstyle that features brushed up hair and two shaved lines on the side. This is a bold, trendy look that’s ideal for a more preppy style.
This layered haircut creates a nice wavy motion in the hair. This is another cut that can easily accompany a highly active lifestyle, and it suits boys of any age.
For boys with thick and wavy hair, this brushed up style will work very well. It emphasizes the waviness of the hair and looks quite smart.
Here is an incredibly trendy hairstyle that will easily set you apart. The sharp disconnected line and messy top are distinctive and stylish.
This disconnected mohawk is easily one of the most extreme hairstyles on this list, but it’s an undeniably eye-catching look. The dyed tips really help to contrast the disconnected sides.
Here’s a simple combed over hairstyle that you can’t go wrong with. Great for both casual and formal situations.
Inspired by athletes and urban style, this shaved design helps to accentuate the small afro. If desired, the hair on the top can be grown out a bit.
The Ivy League is a classic haircut that’s always been popular as a young boys’ cut. This variation adds a hard part for extra style points.
Another style with dual hard parts, this disconnected side part style is a more mature look that will suit slightly older, fashion-forward boys.
This side quiff is a good option for all hair types, ideal for boys who want to be a little stylish but don’t want anything too extreme.
Skin fade haircuts offer a very clean look, and this haircut is no exception. With textured hair on top and even hair on the sides and back, this is a very respectable cut.
Another athletic-inspired look, this hairstyle features hair spiked up into a slight faux hawk, while a curved line is shaved into the side for a unique flair.
This scissor cut is traditional on top and trendy on the sides. The disconnected line up on the left adds an asymmetrical twist that makes this style stand out.
An undercut is always a solid choice for older boys. Here’s a simple, neat variation that’s classy and elegant.
Good for boys who like short hair, this textured hairstyle is especially beneficial for thinner, finer hair, as it adds a lot of motion without requiring volume.
Here’s another take on the pompadour that adds a bit of waviness to the hair. The design on the side adds an interesting angular element to the cut.
Yet another style with two hard parts, this brushed up hairstyle looks messy yet fashionable at the same time.
For a classy haircut, this side part style will serve you well. It’s mostly formal and tidy, but the swooped hair adds just a touch of messiness.
Who said hard parts are only for grown-ups? This style proves that boys of all ages can rock a hard part.
Messy hair doesn’t have to look scruffy or unruly. It can create tons of fun and exciting texture, as shown here.
This trendy haircut has a lot going for it. With a slight hard part, a messy top, and a subtly asymmetrical fringe, this is a fashionable yet casual haircut.
Have extremely curly hair? Try out this haircut. It’s simple and low maintenance but allows the curliness of the hair to shine through.
If you’re looking for something daring, then this spiky look definitely fits the bill. The bald fade dramatically emphasizes the large spikes, making this haircut a sure-fire head turner.
Side part styles can be versatile for young boys. They can be styled to be neat and proper or messy and laid-back (as shown here).
The Ivy League is traditionally a shorter style, but it can be adapted for long hair. This provides more room to style the hair while ensuring the hair stays tidy.
For fine hair, short styles like this one often work best. There’s just enough length to allow for a bit of styling, so you can brush it up or slick it back.
Here’s a style that affords lots of volume without sacrificing neatness. The prominent side part adds a point of visual interest and separates the hair nicely.
Shaved designs are all the rage today. If you want a bold and adventurous style, then definitely consider an inspired design like the exciting pattern shown here.
The faux hawk is a tried and true haircut that works well with a variety of hair types. It’s a fun and spiky style that young boys are sure to love.
Here’s a haircut that will make you stand out in a crowd. The sharp fringe is obviously the focal point, but the messy texture on top is also very visually impactful.
For curlier or coiled hair, you can opt for a burst fade to help manage the hair’s texture while still preserving its character.
This side-swept style is a timeless look that’s perfect for boys of any age. It’s a good choice for a multipurpose hairstyle that’s ideal for both casual and formal situations.
Many boys want a hairstyle that will match their energetic personalities. This high volume brush up communicates youthfulness like few other haircuts can, so it’s an excellent option for kids.
Spikes can be styled in lots of different ways. Here’s a take on a loose spiky look that results in a slightly blown out style.
Neat yet full of texture, this disconnected variation on the classic French crop is extremely striking. A large hard part divides the hair into two sections that greatly contrast in length.
The line up is a very convenient style for kids. When paired with a temple fade, a line up creates a tidy, well-kept appearance.
This distinctive haircut is good for older boys who want to express their individuality. We especially like how this style uses a skin fade in an unconventional manner.
Retro-inspired haircuts have always been popular for boys. This suave comb-over is a simple, low maintenance cut that’s easy to get and style.
A preppier style with lots of volume, this dramatic quiff uses a sudden skin fade to create a powerful visual effect.
The formula of “short on the sides, long on top” forms the basis of many boys’ haircuts. This style uses that formula to create a textured, windswept look.
The undercut is yet another good style for boys. This undercut uses a French crop on top and features a symmetrical fringe.
If you like the side part style but want something a bit longer, try this look. The bulk of the hair is brushed to the side while the sides and back are nice and even.
The pompadour is a great look, but a tall pompadour can cause imbalance when worn by younger boys. One trick is to shrink the pompadour so it fits better.
Where do we even begin? The top is curled brush up which is quite a soccer look and the sides are undercut tapered. That’s not it though, the extreme low fade with temple fade brings all the fun to thin haired dense top. Brush those fingers through it from time to time.
Too much panache from this age, firstly the obvious, the mohawk is just on point and what makes it better is the snow-white dye but only the mohawk is dyed. The undercut with that drop fade just adds more to it and makes it gradual towards the temple. Lastly, check the line up, sharp isn’t it?
Shave come in all shapes and sizes but this one has to be one of those unique ones and with that perfection, there is no coming back. The sides have been evenly tapered for that thunder to shine bright and the top is side swept with fairly shorter hair on top. It ain’t easy as it looks to be.
That drip undercut is no joke, it is very hard to come by and harder to stop it from dripping style. Moreover, that pony also feels like a mullet if done right but is also long enough to transform into a man bun, so much going on with long hair right? Just grow and fade the sides, boom!
This mohawk with surely hit different with that pocky soccer texture. Also, the strict undercut fade is out of the world. The best part, the fade has a cyclone shave with a star because that is what one becomes after having this haircut. The key is to keep the same length strands all over.
Side sweep to any hairstyle just makes it ten times better as it gives a direction to the hair and makes it look less disoriented but this one, in particular, is just perfect because it is not too struct neither it is too clumsy. The sides too are tapered just to the point where it feels under control.
Is that Harvey Spectre in the making? The hard part clearly separates top to the sides and that combed slicked back texture tells that details are everything and no hair is allowed to move. The sides are equally tapered without fade to regain that weight on the sides while the top still looking dominant.
Where do we even begin? The top is a classic french crop with that pocky straight texture, the sides, however, are very stylish with that mid fade but line ups are not included in the fade. Lastly, the temple is usually faded but this is not your usual haircut, the pocky temple tells a lot!
Do you say your haircut is cool? That is what he says! This messy yet shiny bowl cut with that volume is something not to be messed with. The sides are layered and slightly tapered to be shorter than the top. The fringe with the french crop is just another layer of dripping style here.
This brush-up has a very semi mohawk texture with an undercut on the sides is just making it all perfect. The sides are taper faded but the low fade makes everything much better. The sides have a tapered pattern with a slight shaved pattern to make it perfect school cut, not too boring at all.
You know when it is the last day of school and then you can get your hair styled the way you wanted it when you saw that favorite soccer player of yours? Well, this is the haircut we’re talking about then, clipped with size 2 clippers all around with the shaved pattern, also, don’t forget the perfect line ups and hairline.
Have you ever seen side part mixed with slicked back? Well here we are, this is a classic example of one, with sides being tapered and faded at the right spots. The shaved lines are just too much of a style statement to handle and the neckline is skin faded, can you take all of it in?
Can it be any squarer than this? The overall texture is size 2 clippers with sides being taper faded in a square pattern. The temple is sharp and pocky showing the love of geometry in the style. Moreover, even the line up is pretty angular so it tells how perfect this style actually is.
Brush up with a mohawk texture and an undercut makes everything ten times prettier to look at and that too with a clean dye has no competition. Moreover, the patterns on the sides and back are a result of attention to detail with a taper and shaved lines. Also, don’t forget the hard part.