Choosing a haircut is as daunting for men as it is for women. You may think men don’t have a lot of choices when it comes to hair makeovers. And no, we are not addressing women here. Some men are utterly clueless about hair makeovers.
If you are one of those men who can use some help in this regard, then check out this guide to men’s haircuts-2019 edition. From pompadours to buzz cuts, this guide will help you get the hang of the terminologies and the perfect look for your locks.
This type of haircut looks wind-blown. It is designed to look a little wild. With short, faded sides, this haircut gives your hair volume in the center and the top while it is styled tall.
This one takes us back to the 90s. This is more like a fringe cut where the hair on your sides and back are cut to the same length. However, the bowl cut that hairdressers give today is messier than what we see in old movies.
This one’s short and straightforward. Electric clippers are used to clip your hair very close to the scalp. It is not so difficult to guess that buzz cuts are the easiest to wear and maintain.
Comb-over is a classic haircut with a side parting. A long section of hair is parted and combed sideways. This cut is generally for men with fine hair and would go with possibly any look.
A type of haircut where the hair on the top is cut short with the sides cut even shorter. A crew cut gives a neat and tidy appearance.
A disconnected undercut is one of the most trending men’s haircuts today. This look features longer hair on top of your head and extremely shorter sides. A disconnected undercut is more about giving a contrasting look rather than a gradual change in length.
A faux hawk is a classic interpretation of the punk trend. Again, this look is about shorter sides and longer hair in the center. However, the hair in the center is often styled upwards.
You might hear hairstylists using the terms Caesar and French crop alternatively mainly because the differences are hard to identify. A French crop is short and styled forward to give a fringed look.
Now, this is one of the trendiest men’s haircuts 2019 has to offer. In this case, part of your hair is left long for braiding. Mostly near the parting or razor cut.
This one takes us to the 1700s. You’ll be surprised to know that this cut originated for women. This cut features the hair styled upwards and backward with hair going shorter on the sides gradually.
Similar to a pompadour, a quaff is brushed up and into a wave shape. The hair is first brushed forward before giving it a wave-like look.