Fringe haircuts are in a class all their own. Whereas styles like the pompadour and quiff take the hair out of the face, fringe styles (that is, styles with bangs) allow the hair to fall down naturally. This can create some amazing results. If you’re after a fashionable fringe haircut, check out these popular styles.
There’s nothing quite like hair that has tons of texture. This style uses point cutting to texture the hair all over, and the jagged fringe adds even more flair to the look.
Another textured style, this haircut sets itself apart from others by using an asymmetrical fringe to create a unique look.
Here’s an uncommon take on a fringe style. Really, the only fringe here consists of two “fangs” on either side of the head, but there’s no denying it creates a one-of-a-kind style.
This is another kind of style you don’t see too often but that’s guaranteed to make you stand out in a crowd. The neat, lined up fringe is broken up by tufts of hair that hang down irregularly.
This short fringe style is textured and layered, creating a woven effect on the top of the head and a thorny effect for the fringe itself. The long fang on the side, although asymmetrical, helps to balance out the overall cut.
This style features a tidy, uniform fringe with double fangs on the far side that continue the textured motion of the hair.
When in doubt, you can always go for a simple straight fringe. The fade on the sides is subtle but really makes the fringe pop.
Here, the fringe is longer on the edges and in the middle. This frames the face nicely, making this a great choice for men with oval- or diamond-shaped faces.
This is a neat, refined fringe haircut that works with a variety of hair types and personal styles. The high fade pulls a lot of the weight by ensuring the hair isn’t too rambunctious.
This angular, slightly asymmetrical fringe is complemented by a sharp line up that unifies the haircut into one cohesive look.
This cropped style is a minimal, low maintenance choice for guys who want a flexible cut that can stay stylish throughout the day.
Taking inspiration from the classic bowl cut, this fringe style uses both scissor cutting and tapering to ensure the “bowl” is prominent.
Looking for texture and motion? This style’s got plenty. The asymmetrical fringe is the highlight, offering a twist on the messy look.
If you were to brush a faux hawk straight down, you might get something like this long, swooping fringe style that bears a touch of punk culture.
For a classy yet fun look, this spiked style delivers. The spikes also serve as the fringe, making this cut quite unique.
If you want to look like you actually just rolled out of bed, try out this incredibly messy style. The hard part and tapered sides help to tame this otherwise wild look.
This cut is about as simple as it gets, with a short fringe and side taper. If you have a beard, this cut will pair nicely with it.
A widow’s peak can be the focal point of your style, as shown by this angular fringe. Instead of hiding the peak, this cut showcases it and uses it to form the fringe.
Here’s a haircut that you can make a statement with. A long fringe hangs down to the eyebrows while short sides stand in stark contrast.
This type of straight fringe is gaining more popularity, especially in high fashion, and it’s certainly a daring look. With this particular variation, a subtle line up adds a bit of extra definition.
Rich and full of movement, this luscious style is an excellent choice for men with thicker hair. The fringe naturally grows from the textured body and extends forward gracefully.
Ever so slightly asymmetrical, this fringe cut uses a looser, fluffier texture for maximum body and a more casual appearance.
Another angular, asymmetrical style, this haircut is a short yet fashionable option that features an elephant trunk hanging to the side.
This cut features one of the longest fringes on this list, and it’s immediately eye-catching. The fringe hangs all the way down to the tip of the nose, while the sides are trimmed super short for contrast.
Based on the close-cropped Caesar, this cut features a mix of choppy and flowing hair in different spots to create various textures.
If you like long hair, this one’s for you. The fringe is slightly parted down the middle for subtle flair.
Another straightforward style, this straight fringe keeps it short with thinned-out hair that makes for a lighter, relaxed cut.
With a short, straight fringe and a shaved line, this look stands out while not being too dramatic. A nice touch is the continuation of the line into the beard.
This minimal fringe hairstyle is one of the shortest on this list and offers a tidy, low maintenance option to guys who prefer short hair.