A buzz cut is a very short haircut where the hair is typically clipped to a uniform length using electric clippers. The length can vary, but it’s often around 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch long.
A comb-over involves brushing the hair to one side and using a part line for separation. This style can be tailored to different lengths and is versatile for both formal and casual occasions.
The pompadour features longer hair on top that is swept upward and back from the forehead. This style often requires volume and hold products for shaping and maintaining the distinctive look.
A fade haircut involves gradually transitioning from short to long hair, typically starting from the sides and back and fading into longer hair on top. Common fade variations include high fade, mid fade, and low fade.
An undercut haircut features short sides and back with longer hair on top. This style creates a contrast between the lengths and allows for versatile styling options on the upper portion of the hair.
Shorter haircuts tend to work better for thinning hair, as they create the illusion of thicker hair. Styles like buzz cuts, crew cuts, and textured crops can be great options.
Textured haircuts involve cutting different hair lengths to create movement and dimension, while layered haircuts involve creating distinct layers of varying lengths for added volume and texture.
Both taper and fade haircuts involve a gradual decrease in hair length, but a taper usually involves a longer blending transition, while a fade is shorter and often starts very close to the scalp.
Different face shapes suit different haircuts. For example: Oval: Most styles work well. Round: Add height and volume on top. Square: Short sides with volume on top. Heart: Keep hair fuller on top and shorter on sides. Diamond: Avoid excessive volume on top.
There are various men’s haircuts, including the crew cut, undercut, pompadour, fade, quiff, comb-over, buzz cut, textured crop, messy look, and slicked-back style.