Men’s necklines are also subject to trends. The coolest thing we’ve seen is the Neckline Hair Design.
Instead of the fuzzy fading neck cone or curved line, this new men’s hair trend uses the neckline as a canvas for a shaved design.
Many of them are inspired by the popular V-shaped neck and take it to the next level with a double fade, asymmetry or complex designs.
Take a look at what can happen when hairdressers get creative with deco hair designs.
1. double fade
Repetition is a strong element of design and is unexpected in a men’s hairstyle. This double fade will definitely make you look twice.
2nd cutout hair design
It’s business at the front, party at the back with this mountain range-inspired neckline.
3. Surgical line
This shaved line starts at the temple and cuts all the way to the opposite side of the neck for a bold and asymmetrical haircut.
4. Burst Fade Hair Design
Unleash the creativity of a hairdresser and you never know what you will get. This hair design adds curved and pointed edges to a burst fade and sits in the neckline.
5. Feather hair design + neck flap
A shaved feather on the back of the head creates a brand new neckline.
6. Shaved lines
This cool, rejuvenated haircut finish with multi-layered triangles and a slanted neckline.
7. Outside the middle V
This neckline has the same asymmetric V shape as above.
8. Half Mohawk
From the back, this fresh cut shaves a Mohawk on one side, but not on the other side. The result is a cool asymmetrical haircut with a different neckline on each side.
9. Double fade + V-shaped neck
Another double fade, this version contrasts a straight line with an eccentric V.
10. Burst fade Mohawk
This cool curly mohawk with burst fades into a laterally swept V.
11. Double fade neckline
This cut-out fits a lot of action into a small space with two fades, a bow, a line and a V.