Why is there a trend in military and marine haircuts? The reason is that their simple styles give men an easy-to-maintain, functional and, of course, very manly look. Here you wonTMt see any long locks or fancy styling to match each person.
Is this a Mohawk? Not quite, itTMs a marine hairstyle with super short sides and longer hair stretching back to the neck from the front to the nape.
This classic hairstyle combines the locks sharply across a graded undercut. We can also see a skin fade and the scalp is clean cut just above the eyes.
Smart Skin Fade’
‘ This style is called skin fade’ that’s where the hair starts longer (in this case it was cut with front clippers) and slowly blends shorter until itTMs are fully rasped.
Clean cutting sides like this need to be kept frequently because they look freshly shaved. What’s the top hair to do? Of example, a quick brush cut.
In this classic military cut, the hair is divided along a high side part. The hair on the left was tapered shorter while the locks on the right side were combed to the side.
So how do you look like this army or navy? Start with short locks and sharp lines remember that a haircut that looks polished and pristine is the style objective. A popular look for locks on top is to give them a flat top, but if that’s what you prefer, you can choose a brushed over style. Remember you can add to your haircut any detail you like to make unique!
Combat Comb Over
The hair was snipped short throughout to create this smart look and an off-center section was added. The hair was peeled smoothly on one side.
In this bold look, the head was rasped completely bare apart from a horseshoe-shaped section above the front. A sheer brush cut was given to these long bristles.
This look reveals that the sides are rasped bald and the top hair is slightly blended in. The rest of the hair, stretching from the front to the crown, was cut brush.
This smart style has an interesting twist, but you have to look carefully. Notice the undercut’s shape? It has a curved detail instead of being straight.
His beautiful black locks were trimmed in a smooth style with the top portion long enough to brush up front. The sides show a gradual shift to an undercut and the hair on the back is not as closely trimmed.
Protect and serve
In this hair style, the sides are short but gently blend into the crown area’s longer hair. Simple and easy to maintain this style just right for the navy!
Front and middle
In this fashion, the front locks were finely combed back while the sides of the hair were combed in the center. There is a high side parting alongside it, with a graded undercut.
Style Hair Solid
You can show it off in such a style of marine fusion. The eye is drawn toward the front section brushed up, which has a slightly allured feeling.
For this hairstyle the red locks on either side are shaved, leaving a longer portion on top. While this hair is also short, it was styled just above the forehead into a small, neat wave.
Flat Top Style
This picture shows that the hair has been shaved to stubble, leaving only the segment between the temples and back to the long hair crown. This hair was brushed and cut into a flat top as the sides gradually mixed together.
Layered with lift
While front lifts are generally not visible in authentic military haircuts, it is a good way to update the style. Here we see an undercut well-contoured front section brushed forward.
All in order
It’s hard to say what this style’s best feature is because every detail is so specific. It features slickly combed hair, a super straight portion and a stunning fade on the left razor. Very intelligent indeed.
In this picture, we see a military-inspired style graded from the top to the back and from the top. The hair is gelled forward and it stays sleek with a little boost.
The perfect complement to a sleek marine haircut is a hard partition (cut with a razor). The sides are clean shaven in this example, and only a small section of hair can be seen alongside the hard left parting.
Hair Cut Glory
This haircut has short sides with a hidden side parting on the left side. The hair on top was pulled forward and gelled over his forehead into a wave.
In this look, the hair starts to be super short on the back and sides, slowly getting longer as it hits the crown. A flat top cut was given to the top hair, but there is also a triangular detail that can be seen from the edges.
Short sliced back styles will always be common and that inspired military cut is tops! ThereTMs an almost flawless fade between the hair and the skin and finely combed back locks.
High and tight
This haircut differentiates sharply between the short sides and the long hair on the top. An interesting detail has also been added to the razor cut side by shaving a V shape from the temple.
Another example of the popular top flat style. The hair was thoroughly shaved on the sides here and the top hair was treated to brush cut and then snipped flat.
Fall in line
Flat tops are hot and a number of ways to wear them are available. In this example, the hair was rasped along the sides to stubble length, while a ruler straight edge was given to the longer hair.