We often talk about haircuts as if they’re singular styles that can’t be adjusted. Of course, this is definitely not the case, and unique neckline hair designs are just one of many ways to spice up a cut. In this gallery, we’ve compiled images of some cool and creative neckline hair cuts that you can add to your favorite style.
These straight neckline cuts have been carefully placed to add new angles to an otherwise smooth and flowing haircut. That tiny curl is a nice touch, too!
This particular neckline hair design is another approach to drawing any cut to a sharp close. The added cuts create a novel, layered look to break up the style nicely.
A clean cut is probably the most common neckline hair design; in this case, a little added trimming above the neckline gives adds robustness to an already manly buzz cut.
The possibilities for neckline hair designs are endless. In this case, plenty of long and fierce sweeping cuts are trimmed into a sharp, curved neckline for a style that’s a little out of the ordinary.
Aside from the clean cut, a fade is one of the most popular motifs in neckline hair designs. Here’s a simple fade with a few disconnects to break up the simple rear of this style.
This one is another fade neckline, with a totally unique pattern carved onto the left side of the neck. Long spikes stick out from the bottom, with a light trim through the middle to create a tear-like effect.
In the previous neckline styles, we’ve seen a few disconnects used to break up a boring mass of hair. Similar disconnects can be all the more striking just by placing them on a horizontal alignment.
To complement a plain old buzz cut, this gentleman has chosen a unique neckline hair design consisting of several creative shapes and lines worked into the flow of the hairline.
For something a little different, why not trim this Christmas tree neckline onto your neck? Bonus points awarded for choosing this style in either of the last two months of the year.
It’s difficult to put your finger on what makes this design so cool, but we think it’s a combination of the diagonal swoop (which almost goes perpendicular to parts of the left hairline) and the wide disconnect.