Getting a new haircut can be a way of looking at life a little differently, it can also change the way you’re feeling about yourself. Seeing we’ve all started the year a little rough, a new haircut can be just what you need to keep things fresh and change the pace a little.
Here’s a compilation of some of our favorite styles from the trends we’re seeing this year, and we hope you find some good inspiration for your next style.
Lots of guys are taking the undercut and adding a highly textured top for a revitalized look that puts a great twist on a classic cut.
For a neater, more polished look, you might want to try out this side brushed style. Great for all hair types, this style focuses on volume and cleanliness.
This choppy haircut is a good way to show off your hair’s natural texture. If you like to keep your hair short yet stylish, this is definitely a cut to consider.
Here’s a super flowy hairstyle that’s ideal for thicker hair. The hair around the crown of the head is blown out in waves, and the line up keeps everything tidy.
This eye-catching style is inspired by the trails comets leave behind. Dual lines create this cosmic effect while the body of the hair is brushed straight back to complement the lines.
This shorter cut features a high fade that gives the style a high and tight appearance, with an angular fringe rounding it out.
Simple yet impactful, this brush-up hairstyle is great if you’re after a highly stylized, preppy look that’s clean and organized.
Here’s another unique use of the shaved line. The line creates a disconnect, which is emphasized by the tousled hair on top.
For a beach-ready look, this high volume brush up will deliver. The hair is combed into a neat wave, and the mid fade ensures that all the focus goes to the tall quiff.
Many stylists are putting new and exciting twists on the classic regulation cut. This variation uses a curved and asymmetrical hard part to create a disconnect.
Here’s an interesting approach to blending in facial hair. The body of the hair is styled in a semi faux hawk, and the beard is kept super short to blend in with the fade.
This look mixes angles and curves, keeping the beard sharp while the top and sides are more angular and flowing.
The French crop is another timeless style that’s been reimagined over and over. Here, the classic crop is mixed with a hard part that subtly continues down through the eyebrow.
This style uses the iconic cross imagery to create a head-turning focal point that’s placed on the side of the head, right inside the drop fade.
If you’re after a more casual style that still has a lot of volume, this messy brush up will do the trick.
A simple, low maintenance style that’s as trendy as ever, the brushed back cut is one you can always rely on.
Line ups are ideal for creating a lot of facial definition, but they also leave room for experimentation, like the curved line shown here.
Extremely short styles can be just as fashionable as the tallest quiffs out there. This haircut proves that with its shaved part and neat fade.
This tidy hairstyle is great for guys who want a thick, full head of hair but who don’t want anything super long.
If your hair is naturally thick and you like to keep it long, you might want to try out this dense pompadour that has tons of flow and motion.