Whether you like to spend half an hour styling or prefer to be ready in 5 minutes, have shorter or longer hair, we got you covered.
The regular, clean-looking hairstyles can seem a little basic, and there’s nothing wrong with that, but who says you have to look boring? For those guys who don’t think much about the latest hairstyle trends, worry not, we have put together some of the best regular haircuts to guide you into achieving a simple, hustle-free hairstyle. From a burr cut to a simple brush up and a neat pompadour, we cover all hair lengths and types.
Check out this compilation of improved regular haircuts you can ask any barber to do!
Spice up your classic undercut hairstyle with a simple “blurry” effect. The fade will give an impression of a gradient leading towards the focal point, the wavy hair on top.
Not sure how to style your naturally curly hair? You can never go wrong with a trendy tapered undercut leaving your curly hair on top to shine.
Classy and timeless are the two words that describe a neat single-length pompadour. Comb your hair up and backward to create the illusion of smooth hair. Tapered side pompadour is an ideal blend of trendy and classic, perfect for all face shapes.
If you want to spend much time on styling your hair but also want to keep it tidy and look neat, you can definitely try this style. The uniform length on the short fringe accentuates naturally your face’s angles, and combining it with the fade cut provides a smooth transition to the textured hair.
“Short sides, long top” style is one of the most popular and varied hairstyles for men. The low fade that starts an inch above the ears provides more freedom in styling. Paired with the brush-up, it creates an illusion of thicker and more voluminous hair.
Remember when Justin Timberlake had his blonde curly hair moment? Well, this is a much more stylish approach to that. Upgrade the standard crop cut with a subtle tone highlight will bring attention to your face and natural curls instantly.
When you are blessed with thick hair, it can get frustrating sometimes. Sweep the top half upwards for a quick easy styling, while the tapered fade connects to your jawline beard, framing your face and highlighting your cheekbones.
We can’t deny that a pompadour style works extremely good with facial hair. Consider this particular style if you have shorter locks and you want to upgrade your look, leaving you looking fresh and young with a classy touch.
Although seen mostly on men with at least an inch long hair, a hard part can look amazing too with short hair. This hairstyle expresses refinement and edginess, a trendy twist of the classic.
Opting for a more laid back hairstyle doesn’t mean you will look messy! Simply comb to bring your wavy locks sideways and away from your face. You can use a little bit of your favorite hair product to bring out the texture and adding volume to your hair.
No one will miss out on you with this eye-catching hairstyle. It’s easy, versatile, and undeniably stylish. A classic silhouette is portrayed by the hard-line side part, giving this hairstyle a nice contrast with the longer pushed back quiff on top.
Thinking about growing your hair? The brushed back classic taper is one of the most popular ones since it’s easily done. Jazz it up with a little bit of pomade to create a quiff or a slick back.
Believe it or not, your hairstyle can say a lot about you and your personality. Having medium to long hair gives a lot of room for creativity in styling your hair.
Take a look at this styled scissor crop, its refined yet laid back styling gives a strong charming first impression. It is one of the many styles you can try.
Known for its simplicity and even length all around, the burr cut is a good option if you want to try going with a bald hairstyle but still quite unsure how it will look on you.
The versatile dropped undercut combined with the burr gives more edge and keeps you looking stylish without having to spend a lot of time and money!
A trendy twist of the old-fashioned, this medium scissor crop suits most face shapes and ages. Pair this style with a neat stubble and you won’t only look classy, but also masculine and stylish.
If you’re just starting to get into styling your hair, the brush-up hairstyle is easy and suitable for most guys.
There are a lot of variations of this style, but if you want to keep the attention at the top part of your hair, we suggest a neat fade to compliment the look.
For the clean-cut fans who want to try a more easygoing look, you can experiment with this hairstyle. The voluminous neat pushed back is provocative, keep it looking sleek with an undercut.
This might look very common but the way one style makes all the difference in the world. Starting with the top it is side swayed texture with sides being high faded. Moreover, the line ups have been taper faded. Don’t forget the hair products to make this look all fun.
Sometimes simple does the trick, and here is one prime example. Simple pushed back to brush up with sides being tapered and sleek drop fades to end things more controlled. Moreover, the line ups are sharp bringing out the details of the style, not to mention the glasses make it more Steve Jobs-sy.
Short curls and especially with thin hair texture make it look very cool as it can be controlled and doesn’t look messy. That being said, the sides are tapered and low faded to pull the focus on the top. The curls are left to be themselves so it gives a very natural look.
Pompadour is always a good go-to option as it both a retro-style yet quite fancy. As one can see the flicks of dye on the pompadour bring it more to life and especially the sides make it look all perfect. The only pointer is to make sure you use some hair product to make it stay still.
Pompadour with layers along with slight quiff always helps. Next up are the sides, not only tapered with it being a clean low fade. Moreover, the temple is faded to add to the style. Lastly, the clean look overall gives a very dape look.
This is the most regular a regular haircut can get. The top is silky with a top with a dense side sweep. Moreover, the sides are tapered with the temple being skin faded. The key is to keep sides short yet not too short with top being dense to pull attention.
This at first comes to be a very general, chilled out hairstyle but it is way more than that. A sleek mid fade with temple fade. That’s not even it, the top is thin-haired dense top with a subtle side part. Lastly, the perfectly done beard adds that final touch to it.
The top being dense is side swept with undercut makes it look sleek. Moreover, the high fade makes the sides look very neat. Plus the temple being blended into beard makes it look very trendy. Don’t forget the line ups making it look all suave.
This is the most regular one can get with a hairstyle. That being said, it is no less stylish. The sides are dropped taper faded with the temple being faded. Moreover, the top is short yet not too short to have no life. It is frizzed a bit with pocky strands on the forehead give it a little cool touch.
This being one of the cleanest looks we have seen is something obvious, what also is obvious is the pushed back quiff, which also happens to be straight strand bunch. Moreover, the sides are short but not just short, it is a sleek temple fade with undercut taper. Everything in this style is incredible.