A faux hawk worn with a low bald fade offers a beautiful high-contrast style. The heart design in the neckline is a cool touch as well!
The pompadour fade has remained an awesome men’s style. This textured variation, paired with a clean fade, is just cut and styled to perfection.
A short, sexy faux hawk and sweet undercut combine for a look that will stand out in any crowd.
Every guy with thick hair should try this textured spiky look styled with pomade.
This creative textured crop and short fringe combination make for a very unique look. Complete with a cool fade and line up, show your barber this picture for one awesome haircut.
V-shaped necklines and dyed hair have become a hit as more men look for ways to create new styles.
The hard part comb over never fails to impress. And this version, with a fresh fade and trimmed beard, will have the girls swarming you!
This drop fade meshes perfectly into your neckline for a clean cut finish. Meanwhile, the half spiked and half textured hairstyle on top is one of the first of its kind.
Shaved sides or skin fades continue to be a favorite in barbershops. The longer hair on top, styled into a fohawk here, also allows you to do a comb over, quiff, or pomp.
This modern twist on a retro style has become the ultimate hipster haircut. The slick back and undercut will always look good together.
This cool faded undercut contrasts well with the short fohawk on top.
The modern comb over has revitalized this old school look, and part of the reason is the fade and hard part twist.
For a low-maintenance and easy way to style curly hair, try a short cut.
The messy short hair on top and low burst fade on the sides makes for an attractive choice.
While waves and buzz cuts will always look hot on black men, even black hair is starting to trend longer.
Although some guys are experimenting with tapered cuts, the bald fade won’t be disappearing anytime soon.
Although the top knot may not have the staying power of the man bun, the best part of this example is the shaved sides and custom design.
The low fade may be the most common type of fade because of its versatility.
The quiff haircut comes in many variations – short, long, modern, classic – and allows guys the opportunity to change their look on a daily basis.
Many short sides, long top hairstyles can be styled slick or textured and straight back or angular. This ability to change your look is one of the many reasons longer styles have exploded onto the scene.
If you have thick hair, we highly recommend a skin fade on the sides for a contrasting finish. Plus, this top balances between a quiff and longer crop.
With hipster hair still trending, 2018 will have longer hairstyles worn in looser styles.
The classic taper haircut offers a longer alternative to the fade. While fades are still the most popular way to cut your sides, this classic scissor cut may be an alternative worth testing.
With loose and messy styles comes a chance for more volume and height. Try a long comb over styled high with a taper fade on the sides for a different approach.
Bleached hair for men has been a new development that will definitely carry over to the new year. Platinum blonde, grey and white hair definitely add a little something extra to any look.
If you’re a guy with wavy hair, don’t be discouraged because your locks are hard to tame. Generally, shorter haircuts are ideal for high-maintenance hair types, so try a messy cropped cut.