If you’re thinking about trying a short or long fringe with an undercut or fade, you’ll want to check out this guide to men’s hair with bangs.
- 1 What Is The Men’s Fringe?
- 2 How to Get and Style The Fringe Haircut
- 3 Best Fringe Hairstyles For Men
- 3.1 Long Curly Fringe
- 3.2 Fringe Undercut with Beard
- 3.3 Messy Fringe with High Bald Fade
- 3.4 Long Wavy Fringe with Fade
- 3.5 Short Textured Angular Fringe
- 3.6 Long Fringe with Messy Top
- 3.7 High Skin Fade with Cropped Fringe
- 3.8 Men with Cropped Bangs
- 3.9 Long Angular Fringe
- 3.10 High Skin Fade with Curly Fringe
- 3.11 Thick Straight Fringe with High Taper
- 3.12 Short Textured Bangs
- 3.13 Short Sides with Angular Fringe
- 3.14 Thick Angular Fringe
- 3.15 Messy Top with Short Bangs
What Is The Men’s Fringe?
The men’s fringe refers to any hairstyle where the sides are cut short and the hair on top is styled to hang over the forehead. Furthermore, stylish haircuts with bangs can come in a variety of styles depending on how you want your hair to look. From voluminous, curly bangs to a thick, straight fringe, there’s a way for everyone to rock the look.
And since male bangs only require hair long enough to cover your forehead, the fringe leaves a lot of freedom on how to cut the sides and top of your hair. You can combine the look with faded sides to get a fringe undercut or even texture the top of your hair with a cropped fringe to get a French crop.
For those with straight hair, a trendy option to try is the angular fringe haircut, a type of side swept fringe. This style features hair that has been cut at an angle and then swept to the side to create an angled, edgy look.
Finally, the fringe is particularly appropriate for guys with large foreheads or long face shapes. If you have a rectangular or oblong face, the fringe will appear to shorten your face length. As always, it’s important to choose a hairstyle according to face shape.
How to Get and Style The Fringe Haircut
Getting a fringe haircut depends on your hair type, texture, and style. To style a straight or side-swept, angular fringe, you’ll need at least 2 to 4 inches of hair in the front and your stylist will need to cut your bangs at an angle for the latter. For the sides, you can get an undercut or any type of fade, including a high or low taper fade. Ideally, we recommend showing your barber a picture of how you plan to style your hair.
To style a men’s fringe, guys with curly hair don’t have to do much – just let your curls fall naturally in front. For a more formal or textured look, styling the fringe requires that you apply some pomade or wax and comb the hair forward.
In general, fringe hairstyles aren’t complex – your hair will do most of the work for you. This is certainly one of the advantages of this simple yet trendy new look.
Best Fringe Hairstyles For Men
To help guys find the best fringe hairstyles in 2018, we’ve compiled the hottest pictures of men’s hair with bangs. Check out the gallery below to find an awesome new short haircut for you.
Long Curly Fringe
Fringe Undercut with Beard
Messy Fringe with High Bald Fade
Long Wavy Fringe with Fade
Short Textured Angular Fringe
Long Fringe with Messy Top
High Skin Fade with Cropped Fringe
Men with Cropped Bangs
Long Angular Fringe
High Skin Fade with Curly Fringe
Thick Straight Fringe with High Taper
Short Textured Bangs
Short Sides with Angular Fringe
Thick Angular Fringe
Messy Top with Short Bangs