Short hairstyles are more in style than ever before. It seems as if the era of longer, messier haircuts is coming to an end. If you look around, the professional, clean look has become very popular among young men, teens, and boys across the world. If you want to stay in the loop, trim your longer hairstyle, or just try something new, getting a stylish, short haircut would definitely help you with that goal.
Short haircuts are so simple that you simply cannot go wrong. Some hair gel, pomade, or even matte hair wax will work great in pushing up the front of the top, or creating a side parted look. You can also run your hands through the top in random motions, creating a stylish “just woke up and got out of bed” look.
This hairstyle has been around for generations and is a very classy look. If you have a son who wants to look like he is above his peers on an intellectual level, or you want to add some sophistication to your own look, this is the hairstyle to get. It seems to be getting more and more popular, as people from all over the world are starting to sport this impressive look.
This hairstyle is very flexible as it can be pulled off with hair of any length. It can also be longer, so if you want to get the haircut short now and then grow it out over the next couple of months it will continue to look great.
The simple short hairstyle has been around forever, and it is still the number one choice for short haircuts for boys and men alike. This is where you keep the sides and back of the hair short, almost buzzed, but you keep some length and thickness up on top. This allows you to mess with the top and make it your own, however, it is still short enough that molding it is not a problem, and it doesn’t need too much maintenance, especially just after you wake up.
This classic look is much like the other two, but with a more flexible, thicker top. Instead of being buzzed or trimmed short, the top is allowed to grow out and become longer, while the sides are buzzed down almost completely. This look is a lot like the Angular Fringe, only the top of the hair is much longer. This allows for a lot more flexibility.
The recommended product for a hairstyle like this would be matte hair wax, for a strong hold that looks natural. This hairstyle works best on younger kids and men, however, don’t let that stop you if you consider yourself an older gentleman. With a few extra touches, this look will be great on anyone. With the length of the top, one could mess with the look until they find something that fits them best.
This short hairstyle for men is one of the most flexible options available, and if you want to express yourself and tell people a story with your hair, this is the hairstyle to go for.
The next hairstyle on this list of short haircuts for men is the top fade. It’s a very modern, classic look. It is a lot like a buzz cut, however the top has a little more hair to it. It is a lot like the Angular Fringe, just a lot shorter. The hair can also be styled and modified, as it can be spiked up or slicked down. Some styling cream, wax, or pomade can help you maintain one of these styles, or you can just leave it how it looks after you wake up for a wilder look.
The hairstyle is short enough that it always looks professional, but also versatile enough that you can make it your own. It is a very popular choice among young men and boys, and the style is a timeless classic that has been around for a while and will continue to stay. Like a white tee shirt, this style will always be in style.
The Angular Fringe hairstyle is a classic, clean look. The trend of this short hairstyle for boys started up again in 2015, and is here to stay. In fact, it is about to get even more popular than it is now, so get ahead while you can!
This hairstyle has tapered, short and clean sides, but it maintains the thickness on the top of the hair. If you have a round face, this hairstyle will look perfect on you, but the style is so versatile that it will look great on anyone with any face shape.
It is a highly recommended choice for people who have no idea where to start, and want a stylish, interesting look. While it may not be as simple as some of the other choices, maybe you aren’t as simple as people with other hair, and this hairstyle can help you show that.
Keeping the edges in close and tight gives straight hair a burst of volume at top. The cropped hairstyle has been common for many years, but roughed up hair in the crowned area adds a more modern and rugged update. This style is ideal for those with fine hair.
Inspired by the styles popular during the 1920’s, this style has made a comeback. With short edges and about an inch and half on top, this hair style is best for straight hair. It’s trendy yet masculine, making it a popular choice with many.
A textured style with various lengths throughout creates a slimming silhouette for thick hair. This style works best for those with thicker hair and compliments round, square, or oval face shapes. It leaves many options for styling.
Short sides and full length side bangs are the components to the side swept look as well. It’s similar to multi-textured, but the key is in how you style it. Volume is not a necessary factor in styling. The goal is for it to look soft and just barely brushed back.
This style is really set off by its significant pomp on top, which is why it is important to leave at least three inches on top when asking for this style. The side length depends on preference, ranging from short to medium. Best for straight to wavy hair.
A bold take on the disconnected hairstyle, this shortcut is emphasized with faded sides and a striking hard part.
This skin fade cut creates a unique two-tone appearance. No styling is required with this cut, but it still allows you to make a statement with your hair.
This simple fade is great for guys who want a trendy cut but don’t want to spend a long time styling their hair.
Wavy and full of texture, this undercut fade is an excellent choice if you like shorter hairstyles. Best for men with thick hair.
Here’s a particularly trendy brush up style that’s great for any man who considers himself fashion-forward. This cut gives the hair a lot of motion and texture.
If simplicity is what you’re after, this is a great option. The hair on top is swept to the side while the sides are tapered.
This hairstyle works very well for guys who enjoy short hair and who have softer, fluffier hair. The hair retains its natural texture and is tousled for effect.
We like this haircut for the massive amounts of texture it provides. Best for guys with thick hair, this cut requires a styling product or two but is well worth it.
You can never go wrong with a crew cut. This simple version keeps the hair neat and tidy all over.
If you like slightly longer hair, you’ll probably like this cut. The sides are kept rather long but are balanced out by the messy hair on top.
The faux hawk/fohawk is an eye-catching look, and we really like this clean take on it. Guys with thick hair will get the most from this style.
This longer style features a side swept quiff for a dapper appearance. We think the slight messiness of the hair really accentuates this look.