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Here at Bella Nani Salon and Spa we know that men usually shy from salon’s because they think that it’s only for women.  We are here to dispel that myth!  Salon’s are not just for women, we can cut men’s hair just as well as any barber out there!  We thought that this article was a great piece to give you some inspiration for your next haircut and the best part is, it gives you tips on what to ask for as well as a few tips on how to style it after you have gone home!

The days of shaggy mop heads and bleached porcupine spikes are gone. New boys haircuts have taken hair to a whole new level and created new trends that are taking 2016 by storm.

There are so many hairstyles available for young boys that it can be difficult to choose. To help, we’ve compiled a list of the 60 best hairstyles for men. You’ll find everything from classic haircuts that never go out of style to trending cuts that will place you on the cutting edge of fashion. Whether you’re adventurous or studious, you’ll find your new favorite style here.

1. Classic Taper

The first of the top 60 men’s hairstyles is the classic taper. This is a low maintenance haircut with a high degree of style. While the sides and back of the head are shaved short, the top of the head still has a little hair for styling. It’s a timeless cut that’s as good as ever.

This cut is best for boys who don’t want to fuss too much with their hair. The short hair at the top can be spiked for texture or combed forward with gel or mousse. This haircut works best with oval faces, short foreheads, and strong cheek bones.

How to get it: Tell the hairstylist how much hair you’d like to have on top, and tell him you want it tapered. Often, the stylist will ask how steep you want your taper to be. Some tapers are gradual and fade out over a long area, but others end quickly. Either can look great with a variety of face shapes and hair types.

2. Long Buzzcut

If you’re tired of the work that comes with long hair, consider the long buzzcut. Short hair is all around the head, but it’s still enough to be called hair. This is a great option for boys who are involved in sports or other high-energy activities, since it won’t require too much hassle.

Naturally, the long buzzcut is another style that caters to pursuers of low maintenance. A small amount of gel or mousse can be used, but this haircut is most often kept natural. It works best with oval faces, short foreheads, and strong jawlines.

How to get it: Tell your hairstylist you want your hair buzzed with a #4 clipper. This is a medium-sized blade that won’t trim the hair too short. If you decide to stick with the buzzcut, you can always go a size up or down. You’ll want to visit your hairstylist once or twice a month to keep your hair short.

3. Undercut

The undercut has made a huge mark in fashion this year. The hair is cut short around the sides and back of the head while the top remains long. The most popular way to style this haircut is by running the hair slick back, but there are several other ways to style it as well.

While most pictures depict it with straight hair, it also works great for curly hair. This style requires a lot of styling with gel or mousse and needs to be maintained by shaving daily. It works best with strong jawlines and long faces. This is ideal for older teen boys who want to maintain a classy appearance.

How to get it: Tell your stylist you want an undercut. Most barbers and stylists are familiar with the style. If they’re not, say that you want length on the top and the sides buzzed with a mild clipper (such as a #5 or #6). You’ll also want your bangs to be about eyebrow length so you can slick that hair back.

4. Straight Shag

Justin Bieber may have popularized it, but the straight shag hairstyle has grown into one of the most trendy haircuts for boys. Depending on what kind of hair you have, it can be pretty low maintenance, requiring only a brush and maybe some mousse.

If you don’t have naturally straight hair, you may have to use a flat iron to gain that pin-straight look. Usually, this style works best for boys with naturally straight hair, long faces, round cheeks, and high foreheads.

How to get it: If your stylist is familiar with the shag cut, tell him you simply want a straight shag. For those stylists who aren’t in the know, you can tell them that you want layered hair. Make sure to mention that you want the layers cut shortest at the crown of your head. The layers should then increase in length as the stylist moves away from the crown.

Tip: If you want a messy look, tell your stylist to razor cut the ends of your hair.

5. Wavy Shag

Harry Styles has proven that this haircut is sensation-worthy. While the straight shag has captured the world of prep, the wavy shag is better fitted for the casual teen boy. While it does not cater to boys with straight hair, it’s great for thick-haired guys.

Depending on how unpredictable the hair is, it may need some styling with gel or mousse but can very easily be allowed to go wild. It works best with thick, wavy hair, round faces with strong cheekbones, and high foreheads.

How to get it: This is similar to the straight shag. Both are based on layers, but the wavy shag consists of long layers all around the head. The hair is usually cut with a razor instead of scissors or a clipper.

6. The Butch Cut

One boy’s haircut that is always popular is the butch cut. This haircut, also called a burr, is an extremely short buzzcut. This is a style that’s popular among men in the military. It’s low maintenance, and because of its short length, sweat will not make the hair look bad. This sort of haircut also does not need to be styled.

Many boys will like its masculine appearance and the overall simplicity of the cut. If you’re going for this haircut, you may be able skip the trip to the barber and either cut it yourself or ask a parent to help out.

How to get it: Simply ask for a butch cut. It’s a well-known cut in barbershops and hair salons nationwide. If you’re doing it at home, consider how short you want to be, and use appropriate blade guards. (#0 will give you the shortest hair possible, while #8 will give you the longest.)

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