Do you ever find yourself turning up at the barber’s without a clue what you would like your hair to look like when you leave? Well, you can forget ever having to desperately look for last minute inspiration in magazines they keep on the coffee table.
We have compiled 30 Men’s Hairstyles for Summer 2018 – and this extensive list is all you’ll ever need to get inspired for your next hair endeavour.
Let’s check these out, shall we?
#1: Nice & Clean Bald Fade
For the neat man, who doesn’t like to fiddle with too much hair and likes his locks neat and tidy. The fade adds a bit of an edge – and makes living easier when it’s unbearably warm. Ideal for the summer months!
#2: Textured Mid Fade + Medium Length
This is a hairstyle for someone who has lots of hair and wants to make people go ‘wow!’ wherever he goes. This high-volume and texture hairstyle works perfectly with a mid-fade – the shaved sides make the hair on top stand our even more.
#3: Short Quiff + Skin Fade
A charming retro hairstyle that will always have a special place in our hearts (and on our heads) combined with a modern, urban skin fade. It works, doesn’t it? Plus, this is another example of how a fade can be neat and tidy – even though a lot of people imagine that shaved sides will immediately add edginess to a look.
#4: Pompadour + Bald Fade
Back in the 50s, the pomp wouldn’t lose the sides – but we think the modern-day version, which involves a bald fade, deserves lots of praise too. Go for a bald fade if having shaved sides doesn’t scare you – or tapered sides, if you’d rather still have some hair there. Either way – the look is ace!
#5: Textured Quiff + Tapered Sides
The quiff, just like the pompadour – has evolved greatly over time. The modern-day quiff is often more about texture than the sleek and gelled look Elvis managed to pull off time after time. So, this textured quiff with tapered sides ticks all the boxes for us! Yes, it may take a while to grow your hair to this length – but trust us, the result will be worth it.
#6: Simple & Clean Undercut
Simplicity is key – isn’t that one of life’s inevitable truths? Which is exactly why, this simple and clean undercut is trending in the world of hairstyles. Simple, cool and modern – plus a piece of cake to style.
#7: Cool, Sleek Pompadour + Fade + Beard
Ah, the modern-day man. Rocking an awesome, patterned shirt – and clutching on to the belief that there isn’t such thing as ‘too much beard’. And, when you bring the pompadour with a fade into the picture – you have an absolute winner. We dig!
#8: Spiky Undercut + Medium Hair
Spikes are awesome, aren’t they? We thought so in the 90s – and we think so now. Only that now, they’re much cooler (sorry, spikes of my youth!).
#9: Awesome Medium Length Haircut
Check out this heartbreaker – isn’t this haircut so cool it makes you want to run to the barber’s now? If you have thick hair and aren’t afraid to turn people green with envy – then this cut is for you.
#10: Sleek and Smooth Pomp for Medium Hair
One can’t help but admire how smooth and shiny his hair is. If you’d like to achieve this look, you’ll probably need the help of both – anti-frizz serum and medium-hold pomade. And then – let the compliments pour in!
#11: Messy, Matte Cut for Medium Hair
Now, this is a hairstyle we could definitely get on board with. Cool, sophisticated and urban, it beautifully combines a low fade with messy volume. Plus, messy looks are always easier to style – chuck a bit of product on damp hair, and you’re ready to roll.
#12: Mid Fade + Curly Hair
Now, if you’re a gentleman with curly hair, you may feel slightly left out, and wonder whether these hairstyles would work for your hair type at all. The truth is, most hairstyles are versatile – particularly when it comes to getting a fade cut. Curly hair with a mid-fade looks awesome – and may even have a slimming effect. Double win!
#13: Very Short Hair + Mid Fade
Just like a fade does a brilliant job with curly hair, it works on very short hair too. If you’re a fan of keeping your hair neat and tidy but would like to experiment with shaved sides – this is a style that’ll do the trick.
#14: Messy, Textured & Spiky Cut for Medium Hair
If spikes make you nostalgically daydream about the 90s, then this hairstyle might give you just what you need. You’ll need to use some medium-hold pomade to mould your hair into this cool and spiky look – and remember to ask your barber for a neat mid-fade. you want Hair like this ? learn how to style spiky hair
#15: Combover + Bald Fade for Short Hair
This cool and spotless look won’t fail – whether or not you choose to incorporate facial hair. The side part combover is a classic – and, even though it’s more common to think of it as a hairstyle for medium to long hair – short hair looks just as good.
#16: Textured Short Sides Long Top + Beard
There’s nothing the world digs more right now than long top, short sides haircuts – as you can probably tell. Here’s a great one to add to the list – especially for those who like the hairy, bearded man look.
#17: Classic Long Hair Style
You what’ll never go out of style? Long hair. This simple yet urban hairstyle looks so awesome, that we think we might just stop going to the barber altogether for a few years.
#18: Messy Haircut for Medium Hair + Heavy Fringe
Meet the man fringe. Heavy, powerful and messy – just how it should be! The good thing about fringes is that they never seem the same between each guy. To style this baby, you’ll need to blast your hair dry first, and use wax to create structure and definition.
#19: Sleek Combover for Medium Hair
Now, you’ve seen what a combover looks like on short hair – but long hair combovers create even more of an impact. To achieve the perfect side-part for your combover, you’ll need to use a dime-sized amount of styling cream – or water-based pomade for more shine and hold.
#20: Classic Slicked Back Hair
There’s nothing classier than the slicked back look – and it is as popular as it has always been. Charming, serious and committed to good looks – these are the vibes a slicked back haircut will give off. To achieve the look, you’ll need some sea salt spray – and top-notch brushing skills.