Military haircut looks fantastic on men and boys of all ages, and this may explain their success across the board. Such types are named so because they have their military roots where they are the traditional cuts that should be worn by anyone serving in the military. They’re short, clean and simple. That makes them very easy to manage, as there is almost nothing else you need to do with many of them other than adding a decent hair product. Although any short haircut can be categorized as a military hairdo, certain specific types of cuts are often classified under this classification and below are 50 of them.
1 High and Flat Top
This look for people who want a sleek military style but don’t want to cut their hair very fast. The cut consists of a slightly high top, 2 to 3 inches, flattened to complete the look. Even though it’s a military cut, in junior officers you can hardly see it, but it’s common with senior military leaders.
2 High and Spiky Cut
Of course, spiky hair can also create an amazing military style if you know how to cut it. If, like other military cuts, you cut the hair very short, your natural spikes won’t be visible. And so you should leave a longer hair at the top of the head to show off your spikes and then shave or trim the sides and back to make sure all attention stays on top of the spiky hair.
3 Side Brush Crew Cut
In the haircut crew, ample hair isleft at the top to be combed or brushed to one side. The sides and back are shaved cleanly, and after the top section there is a shorter hair left immediately. This style is best suited for men in the shape of a round or oval face, but the best thing about it is that it can look good on almost any hair type except thin locks. The side brush in this cut helps to lower the hair level, so it’s important to have this look complete.
4 The regulation cut
is a standard hairstyle for highly ranked military officers, but not all of them wear this cut. This involves at least leaving two inches of hair in the top section, which is then parted side by side and swept to one side of the head. Then the hairs on the sides are easily reduced with scissors and finished with the clippers to make the sides and back very short as you reach the ears and chest. It’s a fresh haircut for men who want a major military cut to feel classy.
5 Side Parted High Top
This one is very close to the regulatory cut, but the main difference is that the sides are not very short in this particular style. Even though the hairs on the sides and back are still shorter than the top, they are quite long and need to be brushed back in order to make the side parting more visible and the side swept top. It’s an ideal cut for men who like the style of regulation but don’t want to have the sides closely shaved.
6 Side Swept with base hair
This regular cut variation adds a twist to this famous haircut by adding one side of base hair. Starting with two or three inches of strands on top to get this style and then creating a side part. You should then build the base hair after the side part, which should be around one inch in width and length. To complete this hairdo, you can shave the hair below the baseline short. Note that one side of the top hairs can be brushed or styled into a pump.
7 High and tight-extra long
High and tight military hairstyles combine very short shaved sides with a longer head. The top is longer in this cut than in other hairdos. The top should be long enough to allow it to be combed to the front.
8 The Vintage Military Cut
This description fits perfectly with men who like classic or old school cuts. The top is quite high in the retro haircut and styled in such a way that it looks like it’s tucked in. The rest of the maneis then reduced to a nearly bald cut on the back, starting with a slightly longer locksjust after the top hair.
9 Bald High and Tight
The high and tight military cut comes in many variants, and one of them is this basic one that includes smooth shaved sides and back. In this cut, the top is left with a small, neatly trimmed head, then relaxed with some quality hair product. Then the sides and back are rasped bald and mixed with thin and smooth facial hair.
10 Comb Over Top
Comb over top hair with undercut style inspiration. This cut keeps the sides and back short and keeps a peb over at the top of the head. To make the look more interesting, the hair at the top should be separated. After the hair is combed over, gloss or any other styling product should be added.
11 Tight Comb Over
The tight comb over is a haircut that gives a guy the serious look of uniformed men. It involves smooth, front-combed scissor cut top and gradually reduced sides. This style gives men a serious military look as it is very formal and therefore suitable for men in search of a professional haircut.
12 Modern Butch Cut
Butch cuts have for many years been part of the military tradition, but nowadays there are many modern variants of this traditional style. While the original cut maintains the hair straight through the head, a small portion of the side hairs are more closely shaved in the new butch hairdothe back.
Military cuts must not be slow and short. Although the strandsat the top is longer and more detailed than in other cuts, the high regulatory cut still makes a military hairstyle. In this hair, unlike most other military cuts, the top hair is styled in a more liberal way aside from being longer.
14 Exquisite front sweep
Contrary to what some people believe, a clean military cut can still look stylish. A good example is this elegant front swept style with a touch of elegance that retains the formal military look. In this style, with a slightly longer length at the end, the hair is tapered from front to back. Then the hair is swept or combed to the front to finish the look.
15 The Crown Soldier Cut
This style maintains the military appeal just like the front sweep but adds some flair to the cut. This is a unique hairdothat is shaved and styled in a way that makes a man look like a crown or cap that wears his hair. To get this cut right, the hairs from the center of the head must be undercut and styled.
16 Messed Up Top
The messed up top gives a man a defiant yet sexy look that soldiers sometimes like to wear. The top of the head has a longer hair than usual in this cut, while the rest of the head is shaved cleanly. Then the long top is messed up to create a unique haircut inspired by the military.
17 Military haircuts
are inspired by other traditional styles, but what makes them special is that they have a way to transform a simple cut into a top-class style. The center of attraction is the neat pomp-like style at the top of the head in this particular hairdo. Although cutting plays a major role in creating this style, styling is the most important thing for this look. Without using a premium hair product to smooth the hair and keep it in place, this hair can not be accomplished. To complete the look, the sides and back should also be adjusted evenly.
18 Smooth Slick Back
The smooth slick back is an impressive hairstyle but possibly not very appropriate for people with an extended forehead as it will make it even more noticeable. The long top hairs extend up to the crown in this style, while the sides are tightly trimmed. It is then necessary to make the long top hairs smooth and slick back. If you like shaggy, you can move the hair back with your fingertips, but you should use a brush for a smooth, decent finish.
19 Slick-Back Quiff
Most people who first see this style would think it’s a Mohawk but it’s not. Although this style has all of a Mohawk’s qualities, it’s a quiff with smooth shaved sides. It is an uncommon military hairdo that, when worn by older men with thinning hair, appears more attractive. To wear this cut, then add a smooth hair product to the remaining hairs by rashing the side to a bald point. To finish this exquisite look, tap the hair back.
20 Bald Induction Cut with
The induction cut without a beard is what you’re likely to get when you’re enlisting in the army. Normally, recruits have to shave everything on their head when they join the military. However, you can still wear this cut with a twist if you don’t plan to enlist. For a great military cut, combine your bald induction cut with a neatly trimmed beard or moustache. This style is ideal for men who do not grow consistently with a receding hairline or hairline.
21 Forward Movement Cut
Many cuts prefer pulling the hair backwards or sideways, so this style is unique in that it gives a forward motion to the neatly cut hair. In order to wear this style, you should leave the top section with a medium length manein and then trim the sides and back closely. Bring your hair forward to cover your hairline and highlight your face angles as well as show off your facial structure.
22 Spiky Flat Top
Short spiky hair looks good on any man, and so does the flat top military style. So when you combine the two styles into one, you can expect to have a look that will leave you perplexed when you see you. Especially for men with natural spiky hair, this cut is very simple to wear. All they need to do is cut the hair to medium length in the upper section and make it flat at the end. Then the sides and back are to be rasped clean and short.
23 Side Parting with base
Side partitioning of the hair of the middle length makes it more voluminous and easier to style. However, by creating a base on one side, this style adds a twist to this common style. In this cut, the side part is used to separate the base, and the front side is swept. The hair should be shaved cleanly with the Clippers at zero grade below the side part.
24 Clean Razor Buzz
The buzz cut is the most popular military hairdo due to its low maintenance and easy wear. If done correctly, the buzz through look outstanding but you can spice it up instead of making it flat by closely shaving the sides and back and leaving the style of the buzz cut at the end.