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.
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.
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 look mixes angles and curves, keeping the beard sharp while the top and sides are more angular and flowing.
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.
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 on the medium-long side, you might want to try out this dense pompadour that has tons of flow and motion.
Dyeing your hair is always a surefire way of creating a memorable impression. This platinum silver dye complements the side-swept hairstyle that’s great for fine hair.
There’s nothing quite like the top knot family of hairstyles. If you want to grow your hair out and make a statement, then this might be your new style.
This haircut may be as simple as it gets, but it’s also incredibly stylish. It’s hard to go wrong with this short side brush.
If you have kinky hair, you have tons of unique options like this vertical curl style. This allows you to get tons of motion and volume.
Is messy your thing? Like, really messy? Check out this disheveled style that looks like the aftermath of a huge wind blowing through a quiff.
This straight fringe style has become really popular recently due to its simplicity and reliability. It’s short, straightforward, and stylish.
This one takes a nod from popular female hairstyles. Featuring long, shaggy locks, this lob is a nice choice if you’re experimenting with longer hair.
If you want that retro look, this pompadour will deliver. It’s a modern update to the pompadour that’s less shiny than (but still as stylish as) its vintage counterpart.
Wavy or curly hair looks amazing when grown out, and it also takes highlights well. If you’re into highlights and want a longer style, then you should consider this one.
A contemporary go-to, this brushed up quiff is a great choice for any guy who wants something trendy but also requires a bit of versatility.
Focus closely and you’ll see those two important elements. And those being in here: Mid part or curtain cut with mushroom or bowl cut. That being said, if you have thin hair then it will help you straighten hair easily. Lastly, fade your temple so that there is no attention diversion.
Curls small or big are deal-breaker. Look at them and tell me you can’t stop staring at the bunch. The key to this haircut is a thick volume on top while keeping sides slightly tapered but not too obvious. Lastly, dye your curls and bang! There you go!
This is one of those biker, tough-guy looks because the top is amazingly styled with hair wax and gel. That is not all, the line up is sharply carved and the taper on the sides. The best part is a hard part with a side comb-over, which makes all the difference.
Afro hair is very suitable for a sleek taper on the side with a brush up on the top. That is exactly is what’s happening here and that’s what you need too! Start with sharp line up followed by drop fade on the side and lessen the volume by a tad on top. Don’t forget tho carve hairline for key details.
No one ever thought that mid-part could be this classy? This is an epitome of an example. This is one of the easiest haircuts to hop on, you ask me how? Here we go, have a mid-part or curtain cut. Taper the sides significantly and then keep a slight amount of volume on top which brings more attention to the mid part.
Thin hair with a bunch of volume does wonders. But there is more than that here, the twirl in the top is a form of quiff but also qualifies as a low key pompadour. Did I mention the temple is faded? That adds the extra flair to this style and the beard balances the overall face.
That is something new what we have here, strict brush up on top with a taper on the sides is the best. This is not just any other taper, it is loaded with a fade which makes sides even clearer. The top is highly maintained plus it is straight-up facing the sky.
We have been seeing this type of highlighted dye strand these days and for sure is the trend upwards. That’s not just it, this one also has a french crop which usually works well with the dyed strand. The drop fade which is pretty sleek at the moment is supporting the whole style.
We usually see afro hair with mid to low fade because that really pumps out the panache. This one is kind of special because of the pocky afro strands that stand tall. Not to mention afro hair does require conditioning with some hair products. Temple fade is hard to miss though!
Have you ever seen bowl cut with the french crop? Well if not, here it is. And a matter of fact, it doesn’t stop there we also have a cheeky low fade with temple gone. The top is slightly pocky which brings life in the style.
Pocky strands have been the trend for a while now, they look very casual and partying style. They also make one look 5 years younger, but it is not only the pocky top. The support from mid fades on the sides is the best. Upon that fade the temple to bring more attention to the top.
French crops are very common but the top is no common. The top seems to be hand brush in a touseled way to give it more like a casual look. The hair on the forehead is amazingly taken care of whilst the sides are neatly taper faded. Lastly, did you notice the beard is pitch-perfect?
Afro hair has this dense volume which makes them look thick although it might not be naturally. This one is a classic less maintenance hairstyle but the panache is intense. The key to this subtle one is the taper on the side with sideburns faded, its a recipe for style.
This can be very well called a newborn french crop. But it doesn’t stop there, sharply done line ups with mid taper. And finally, a cheeky skin fade that drops by the ear. Going a step further, blend it with beard into sideburns makes it pop.
This is definitely not your usual just another day haircut. Because there are interesting elements, first the volume is equal almost everywhere which makes the face look balanced. The edges are highlighted with grey dye and the pocky texture makes it perfect.
This is an interesting combination of mid fade to low fade. That makes this style balanced and classy, that being said the top is more casual. The brush up looks pretty dry with some hair wax and rest is tapered for a more versatile look. When are you having one?
If one has a diamond-shaped face then having the volume on top looks good plus this subtle side part adds that panache. To make it less casual the front strands are hanging and overall have a touseled feeling. Lastly, the sides are tapered slightly or so.
Jorge wears this style like no one else, this massive curl volume sits perfectly on his long face. Plus he has highlighted the ends which adds more life to the style. The length of strands is equal overall the head giving a very balanced look.
For this haircut, if the face is long or rectangular then it helps the hair to be long and sit perfectly. However, the sides are tapered but not faded and the top, although has thin hair, is quite dense. This will require some maintenance every morning. Having a pitch-perfect beard makes this style pop-out.
Is this slicked back or just a top-notch pompadour? Well, we’d say its the best of both worlds. Moreover, the sides are finely tapered with less volume. If you look closely the side part is just a simple undercut because we all know, less is more!
It is hard to settle eyes on either the haircut or the beard because both of them are heart-melting! The hair on one side is standing tall with semi faux and tapered sides and on the other side, the beard is thick and balances the face perfectly.
This is one style that is getting popular these days where it seems like a slicked back and flat pompadour combined. However, the sides are straight faded with line ups carved like a sculpture. The skin fade is actually high fade blended into the beard.
Is this the streamers 2020 look? So many elements that make this style such a young and hippy one. The strands on top make a fringe which is highlighted that adds flair. Next up is the low fade or temple fade with pulls all the attention on top!
It is all about making it look balanced and here’s the deal! Keep the top long and sides short. More precisely, it is thin hair so more volume doesn’t do any harm. Next up the temple if you see is faded, that adds extra panache with that touseled style top with semi waves.
Does this even have a side part? Wait, even without it, he rocks it like the ones from retro times. The long top makes the dropping strand on the sides. Don’t get fooled though, too many details, the sides are tapered and pushed back with hair products.
Please welcome the style that’s definitely gonna get you eyes in that house party. So many things going on in here, a sleek french crop combined with faded sides. Wait, not done yet, the sides have shaved hairline. What else one could ask for being cool?
This one feels like it one of those styles from Spain with all that panache and it has to be carried well. The top is pocky yet brushed up with sides that are straight-up faded. No fancy jiggles, all fire style. Check the hairline it is sharply razored.
Let’s take some time to acknowledge this royal yet hippy style here. The volume is balanced overall and sides are only tapered and not faded. However, the top is dyed in a classic way with a tousled texture. The size is short which means it is easily manageable. By the way, anything with grey is sheer class.
Wow! This is one of those styles which takes a while to process. And that’s because there are more elements than you think, there is an undercut, to begin with. Moreover, the top is medium-sized yet has tapered sides with no dye. Lastly, don’t forget the lineup and carved sides.
This is one of those styles that you wear in University and boom! The crowd is all yours. The top is thick hair with dense volume. Plus the top is dyed with sides just chopped a tad and too intense. Plus the beard is quite dense which makes everything looks rough and can take a beating.
Pompadour with swirled top is the new thing it seems like. the top has a long top but it surely needs some hair products. That being said the high fade and temple fade. The back and sides have tapered a tad. Don’t miss the almost van dyke beard.
A prime example of a trendy haircut and all the credit goes to the ends being dyed. Moreover, the sides are undercut taper which is not very common these days due to everyone preferring taper fades. The temple fade suits here perfectly as it helps shift the focus to the top.
Is this the alpha macho man look? I am almost convinced because it checks all the masculinity boxes. The top is a suave pompadour which is perfectly maintained, just like men like to keep it. Moreover, the beard with twirled mustache adds fo much flair to the look and supports the hair.
Let’s welcome the simple yet elegant version of the undercut taper fade. This hairstyle has so much going on, starting from the top, it is side swept with less volume so that makes it easily manageable. Next, the sides are tapered plus the line ups are given utter attention and lastly, the temple and beard are streamlined. It looks simple but it ain’t!
This is one where you ride a bike and then the result is this haircut. Jokes aside, this is a streamlined haircut and requires maintenance. Although the hair is thin it does have volume. This also qualifies as a pompadour and has a temple fade, can you ask for anything else?
This one has so much style plus the top is fancy with these cherry red-dyed curls. The color plus the curls are what makes it fun but it doesn’t stop there as you see the line up with drop fade. The fine undercut is not bad too. All of this makes this a very suave style.
Doesn’t this feel like a peacock in snow mountains? The top half is dyed teal blu-ish green with grey-white is the other half. The pocky strands make it all stand out with sides being faded. Plus, the temple is tattoed so fading sides are the only option for tattoos to look clear.
Can it be any simpler yet classy? This is a very unique buzz cut as it has an equal volume all over the head but if you look closely, there is a slight pocky pattern on the hair. Plus there is a forehead slit that makes this style very poppy and not simple.
Nothing can be said to be enough for this style, it starts with a neat pompadour on top with the temple being faded but the line ups are sharp as a blade. That being said, you see that stand alone strand on top? There is so much flair to this style, one can never get enough.
Let’s call this happy-go-lucky haircut, shall we? The top has so much life with the side-swept quiff which look like long strands standing on their own. The sides are tapered but not faded because they need to blend the sideburns with the beard, there has been so much thought gone into this.
This style looks so intimidating, especially with the short curls and sides being all conditioned. The sides are tapered and faded towards the temple with a shard part shaved slit. All of this makes this style very trendy and away from simple. The top, on the other hand, is dense but controlled volume, those short curls surely have some life.
This is such a gentlemanly look with the top being thin hair although not missing the volume, Also the pompadour with thin hair hits differently. Nextly the sides are so neat, they are pushed back yet the temple is faded, this is the perfect blend of neat and trendy.
Here comes the military version of a less maintainability hairstyle with no less style and panache. The shaved hair slit tells a lot about it is not just another haircut. Next up the sides, they are faded allowing the tattoo to pop out.
The cool dude look is here with the equal volume all over with dark blonde dye which is also all over the head. The temple you’ll notice is longer than usual as it adds more style to the pale sides and the top is slightly disorientated for it to look cool.
Can elegant be any more elegant? Certainly not, the mid part is so subtle that it feels like a side part. Moreover, the side-swept with thin hair feels so fluffy and it looks lively. Lastly, the temple is so dope that it is just perfect.
Man buns are literally the god-like styles of men’s hairstyles. Especially when done with this clarity makes it so cool, moreover, the long hair is dyed with subtle golden-blonde shade which adds an extra layer of being cool. The key is balance, some work on the beard goes a long way.