Here are our predictions for the upcoming men’s hairstyles for next year. These 2018 trends are based on popular looks that are gaining traction, European hair trends finding their way to North America, and styles that are in vogue online.
Short hair cut and styled to improve texture was big in 2017 and will remain strong next year. In fact, texture is added to all types of haircuts and styles. Taper haircuts is also becoming increasingly popular for short, longer and curly hair. Along these lines, we see more medium-length hair in all sorts of styles.
With longer hair means more styling options. On the one hand, pompadour-inspired styles are huge because they look good and are easy to style. On the other side of the spectrum, messy looks are back in style. For a totally unexpected look, check out the hairstyles of the latest men with neck-hair designs .
The selection of the best trend depends on hair type, face shape and styling time and ability. Find your favorites and then talk to your hairdresser about how you can make it work for you. Try to find pictures of guys with similar hair types in terms of thickness and texture. Well, continue to cool men’s hairstyles for 2018 .
1. Structured harvest
The structured crop is a fresh, modern look that works for most hair types. It can lighten thick hair, fill fine or thin hair and is suitable for men with wavy and curly hair.
2nd harvest + fringes
The textured crop may have short or long fringe cut blunt or one-sided wear. This version is the latter in both points with angled bangs on the forehead.
3. Messy short crop
This cut and cut is suitable for men with fine or thinner hair or even a receding hairline. Layering, texture and messy styling add so much to the all-over look.
4. Short haircut for curly hair
The textured crop is an attractive and easy-to-style choice for guys with curly and wavy hair. This version with a high fade leaves many waves on top and keeps the sides and back free of maintenance.
5. Wavy plants
This longer crop has all this signature wave, texture and pony.
6. Side part of hairstyle
The taper haircut trend is a response to the popularity of the fade. Fades are not out there yet, but if you want something different, try this classic scissor-cut style.
7. Red Hair Color + Taper
Many taper haircuts are in a smooth style with side part but other options include short spikes, curls or this side look swept. It’s a great men’s hairstyle with or without strong color.
8. Taper haircut for curly hair
This style also works for curly hair and is no more work to style than a fade.
9. Taper + throat
Taper haircuts also work well for hair with some waves. The extra length facilitates styling and Wave adds an attractive texture.
10. Short taper haircut
Conics may be at the shorter end of medium length. This version also features a quick masking at the neckline for an ultra-clean cut.
11. Structured sweep back
Here, several combine to a hot look. It is medium-length hair cut with a rejuvenation and styled with texture.
12. Mid Length Curls + Burst Fade
Men’s hair gets longer for all hair types, including black hair. This Damarcus Simpson
13th side hairstyle
Hipster hair is still going strong. In 2018 there will be longer hair in loose styles.
14. Heavy Harvest + Medium Fade
This cool cut contrasts a longer, heavier version of crop with a medium fade to make the hair look even denser and more textured.
15. Structured pony
Another styling swing of the stylist is the hair, which is worn in pony rather than behind. This long crop with countless texture features is fringed at the front and faded at the back.
16. Pink Merman hair
Longer hairstyles can be a canvas for his Merman hair in any or every color of the rainbow. This loose ruffled style is cool and casual.
Textured + Tousled
This fresh style takes the texture to the next level with thick pieces that are processed into a disheveled style that could be fresh from the beach.
17. Messy hairstyles for men
This finger-styled look is almost spiky when the hair is short and the long fringes are stroked over the forehead. A high fade keeps the sides and back clean no matter how messy hair gets on top.
18. Structured Sweep Back + High Fade
This matte sweepback features a thick, thick texture for a cool, ragged look.
19. Medium length texture + fade
Too long for spikes, this medium-length hair is styled in textured waves.
20. Textured slick back
Slicked back styles have come a long way since the Mad Men-inspired days. Today’s smooth looks are longer, taller and more structured. This hair and beard is more Stan Rizzo than Don Draper.
21. Short pompadour
The pompadour can be styled with as little as 2 “long hair. Just work your way up and back to the tips for this classic pomp silhouette .
22. Textured pompadour hairstyle
This cool look combines a modern texture with a vintage forelock.
Pomps in 2018 push the boundaries of what a pompadour can be. This curved version is loose and dull, but still has that pomp-height.
24. Pomp fade
The pomp fading is a popular and modern way to wear a pomp. This pomp haircut can also be styled into spikes for an alternative look.
25. Pomp Hawk
Mohawk haircuts are a growing trend for all hair types. This cool look starts with a pompadour and ends with a mohawk cut for an unexpected but symbiotic combination.
26. Man rolls + reflection
A man’s bun with a high fade is an excellent canvas for a hair design.
27. Cutout hair design
Hair designs are becoming more creative. Sure, you can go for a fade, but this diamond is a really cool transition between a buzz cut and shaved skin.
28. Shaved neckline
A simple but effective hair design is this Aztec-inspired neckline.
29. Reverse fade + surgical line
This bold look has a double neckline with a hard line and an inverted fade cut through by a razor line. Above, there is a cool structured harvest.