Clean And Contoured
Nazi-inspired haircuts all relate to clean, sharp lines. In this look, to highlight the neat cut on the upper locks, the graded undercut was topped with platinum white color on top.
This picture shows the model wearing a slightly disconnected vintage comb over style. On the sides, the hair has been smoothed and a slight rise in front of it.
Here the model wears a vintage-type hairstyle with a pompadour-inspired lift over the forehead and a lateral tapered undercut. HeTMs teamed up with vintage frames and a moustache for a feeling of hipster.
Regulation Crew Cut
Hipsters revive all haircuts of military style including vintage haircuts like this. To get this look, ask your barber to cut your top locks bare on your sides and brush them. Style it spiky to finish with a small product.
Texturized top locks
This look would have been inappropriate for the officers of the time, but it’s a modern vintage style. The top locks are chunky and textured with a lot of volume while the sides fade out gently.
Back to Vintage
In this picture, the high undercut on either side is covered with the long hair on top, brushed and sliced straight past the crown. Clippers have trimmed the sides and are at a length of stubble.
The stylist trimmed the sides fairly short and high to create this look and used a scissor cutting technique for texture on the upper locks. The hair was peeled to the side and secured with the product in place.
In this picture, we can see how scissor cutting some of the locks in front helps to create an edgy feel for this style. You can see an expert skin fade on the side of these longer locks.
High and tight
This model has a relatively angular face and its hairstyle helps to maintain a certain balance. The sides were cut short with the clippers and are separated by a centered parting from the longer hair in the middle. The slight raise sits slightly to the side in the long hair section.
Here is another cut that allows the hair to be easily swept forward. The sides are short on razor and the length of the stubble allows his hairstyle to compliment his hair on the face.
There are many variations of this look, but most of them include hairstyles in which short and longer hair was left in the upper section on both sides and back. This hair was sometimes parted, with a middle or side parting) or just brushed back and held in place with the product.Here are smart hairstyles to give you insight into this fashion trend:
In this style, the hair has been shaved into a rounded undercut along the back and sides while the upper locks have been slicked to the right-hand side, alongside a high parting.
A Cut Above Rest
In this picture, the hair has been designed to have a skin fading that radiates outward from the crown while the upper locks have been sliced over next to the high side parting.
Classy Brush Back
You may need to use a stronger holding product to keep your hairstyle slick if you have a slight wave in your hair as this model does. HeTMs wearing upper locks longer and an undercut tapered.
This fade style should be tried if you want a solid look with no extreme rows. The longest locks on top, which were brushed back, help to mix the sides of the fade out.
We sometimes look back to the past when we need new hairstyles to find looks we can recreate. Although the name of this style is Nazi haircuts, many men favored these styles during that era, and since then the short look back and sides have remained popular with gentleman. This is a versatile look, and one worth trying, of course.
This look allows for more length instead of shaved locks alongside the partition; making it easy to slick the hair down for a neat gentleman’s style. This look is simple but effective, and its facial hair is well linked.
A tapered undercut dips into a V-shape at the back, which helps to contrast the thicker hair at the top. These upper locks have a slight pompadour style and a high partition balances them.
This Nazi-inspired haircut allows the hair to be sliced forward rather than backward (see how it was cut around the crown). The hair was shaved very short alongside these longer locks, allowing for contrast.
This look reveals a skin fading around the edges with the maximum hair volume on top. These locks were cut in order to fall to the sides and forward.
Liking It Would you like to lose your long locks
? DonTMt worry, there’s a haircut inspired by the Nazis! The hair has been allowed to grow past the neck and there is probably an undercut while you can see it to ensure itTMs are manageable enough to sleek the locks back.
Are you tired of the sides of the razor cut? Why not shave them like this model completely? This places much greater emphasis in this picture on the top locks that were brushed up and then back.
The sides have been blurred with the shortest layer behind the eyes in this look. To give the look balance, there is a long straight parting and the hair on either side has been peeled over.
Part It Your Way
The undercut is very subtle and no harsh razor fade lines are visible for this style. The upper locks were combed in a neat quiff, while the hair behind it was combed to the side.
The upper locks are fairly short in this look, allowing the hair to look smooth without using the product. To top off this professional look, the stylist gave him a finely graded undercut along the edges.
Short comb over
The model has a high partition on one side with brushed over locks and on the other side a single length razor cut. Although there is a slight curl in front of the hair, which adds to the style’s vintage feel.
Although this style’s name may be somewhat controversial. This look is also sometimes referred to as the undercutting œslicked back that was heavily favored during the war by Nazi Germany soldiers and officers.
Hard parts (created using a razor) are popular with all types of military-inspired haircuts, including those we are looking at today. This defined parting helps balance the volume of his wavy hair in this example.