We have gathered 5 cool modern haircuts that will work for most hair types including curly hair, thick hair, wavy hair, straight hair, or fine hair.
In this collection of new haircuts and hairstyles for guys you will find options for short hair, medium hair, and long hair.
Men with long hair have the favorable position over short. They can style anything like Mohawk and perfect cleared back. In the event that you are one of them then attempt this new muddled Mohawk haircut with short sides this season.
The best part about most of these spiky hairstyles is their flexibility. You can wear them either in their spiked “up” style or leave it unstyled and wear it “down.” That said, these spiky hairstyles will take some intense styling, so be prepared to spend some quality time in front of the bathroom mirror.
The French Crop hairstyle is very similar to the Caesar Cut. It often involves a taper fade or undercut with short hair on the top as well. The main difference between a French Crop and a Caesar cut is that the French version involves a long fringe or more length on top of the head. This length varies depending on personal preference. However, the fringe makes this cut much easier to style than the Caesar. The French Crop’s additional length provides more options when it comes to parting and forelock styles.
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
While the look still gets gradually shorter towards the bottom of the head, a natural flow haircut doesn’t provide the same contrast as a fade. As some guys start to prefer longer styles, this cut is set to be one of the most popular of 2019.