It’s 2020, a bowl haircut just doesn’t cut it anymore with kids nowadays. Luckily, we’ve gathered these amazing hairstyles for moms (and dads) to choose for their little ones. Check them out below to see; we have the classic boy-next-door look, the gentleman’s apprentice-style, and many others to make your next visit to the barbershop a lot more straighforward!
Shining, Glowing Short Curls
What’s more adorable than seeing little boys with their bouncy curly hair? It’s probably the cutest thing you’ve ever seen, time to show off your little prince’s shiny baby curls.
Cute Faded Sides with Casual Top
Green and red are said to be complementary colors. Give your red-haired baby boy a fresh looking cut to bring out his sparkly green eyes and chubby cheeks.
Medium Length Fall Down Strands
Sometimes it’s good to pair a preppy school uniform with a slightly messier hairstyle that goes down covering the forehead. Just trim the sides and let top grow.
Classic Hard Part with Side Brush
It is never too early to teach your kid about the hard part style. It literally looks good on everyone at any age! And with that charming smile, he’s ready to steal the spotlight.
Those Irregular Strands for Regular Days
Since most toddlers’ hair is very soft, you can use a little bit of natural hair gel to give texture to your boy’s hair. Just keep it light and simple.
Braids Have No Age
Braids aren’t exclusive for girls, they never were. These funky-looking locks are called box braids, and they’re perfect for boys who don’t like to be mainstream and want to stand out!
Every Class Has This One Footballer
Nowadays, athletes can’t only step up their performances, but also their styles. Why opt to only be a star on the field when your kid can be a superstar every day with this cool and breezy haircut?
Swoosh Mid Hard Shave with Semi-Curled Top
Voluminous hair can be tricky at times. So, draw a hard line to give a contrast between the shaved bottom half and wavy top for less of a hassle haircut to give to your kid.
Ask your barber for some texture to accomplish this effortlessly tousled look!
Afro Flat Top with Fine Fade
Tapered side and even length at the top never is a timeless hairstyle option. It is very low maintenance. You can cut a hard line and get a fine fade for a cleaner look and to also give it a little bit of flair.
Dye? Check, Fade? Check!
Not all parents agree for their kids to dye their hair at a young age. But for those who don’t mind, let your kids experience with color and texture. Kids are definitely born with the confidence to rock this hairstyle. A lesson to learn from them, when did we start to lose ours?
Side Faded Brush Up Afro
Quite similar to the flat top afro, but here, the hair on top doesn’t have to have even length. This style brightens up the face and accentuates his facial features.
Little Heart Throb
This clean, short, stylish side pushed hairstyle is the ultimate boy-next-door look. It’s simple and you can never go wrong with this style!
Curled Afro in the Making
It’s amazing how your boy can look amazing with just an afro cut. It looks sharp but doesn’t take away the cuteness, and even better because it’s low maintenance!
Undercut Curls with Tapered Sides
You know how we always say undercut looks good on everyone, especially with the added taper on the sides? It is 100% true and it highlights the top curls to the next level.
Retro Overgrown Look
You don’t need to wait for Halloween to dress up and rock this retro cut. If your boy has naturally wavy hair, play around with this style because the bigger the better!
Heavy Quiff with Tapered Sides
He might be small in size, but it shouldn’t stop him from having a big quiff moment like this one. Make sure his top hair is a few inches long for easy styling and keep the sides short and tapered for contrast.