OUR CURRENT TOP THREE TRENDING HAIRSTYLES FOR MEN AND BOYS
June 23, 2023
Men’s haircuts are constantly evolving and the trends in hairstyles seemingly work in cycles. The once popular hairstyles of the past, those considered to be unfashionable and outdated today, can quickly become the hot new trend that everybody is asking for tomorrow. It’s amazing how fashion goes full circle. Today we’ve put together a list of the top three current trends that we're seeing at the barbershop. Let’s dive right in!
Number Three: The Textured Crop Top
The textured crop top is making a comeback from its former glory days.
This hairstyle works best for those with thick and naturally textured hair, and the key is to let the natural growth patterns show. This cut is perfect for those who don't want to spend too much time on their hair in the morning as minimal styling is required. This is a versatile haircut that can be styled in different ways depending on the occasion.
For the most contemporary take on this hairstyle you want a high skin fade on the sides and a blunt fringe.
Number Two: The Burst Fade
Taking the second spot on our list is the burst fade, a popular development in fade haircuts.
Unlike a standard fade, the burst fade is cut in a circular shape and doesn’t continue along the neckline. Focused on the sides of the head, the burst fade usually arcs around the ear or is cut only at the temples in a semi-circle shape. This cutting style is versatile and leads perfectly into creating a fauxhawk or mullet for men who want to experiment with different lengths on top and at the neckline.
The most popular burst fade is cut around the ear with hard and angled edges at the nape of the neck.
Number One: The Mullet
At the top of our list, we have the iconic mullet, a hairstyle once reserved for the boldest of men.
The thing is, the average mullet is not the same now as it was then. The modern-day mullet is shorter and more refined than its predecessor. This hairstyle is often seen in very short formats and takes on an absolute plethora of different forms. It usually involves a little temple fade or burst fade that leads to various lengths at the back. While we do cut the occasional long-style mullet, the short and medium-length versions are trending everywhere.