Men are very popular with shaved side hairstyles as they make them look trendy, presentable, cool and stylish. They’re also very easy to achieve because you just have to shave the sides clean, taper, or fade. The style on your crown, however, also determines how adorable in this modern design you will look. And if you’re going to try it out, the haircuts below will give you some ideas on how you’re going to look.
Messy Man Bun
This haircut is another example of a fashionable style you can create without cutting a big piece of hair. It involves pulling the long strands into a loose and messy bun of man and shaving in the sides a few inches to create a beautiful fade.
Blowback with Neatly Shaved Sides
You’ll need to use a dry blow to get this perfect blowback, and it’s also helpful if you’re full of hair. Getting some clean, smooth sides is also important as this will enhance your look.
Tapered Faux Hawk
All you need to create a trendy style like this is a little inventiveness. It’s also very easy because you just have to leave a few short spiky strands in the middle and taper the sides.
Short and Neat Quiff
The sides of this haircut show the beautiful head tattoo. Besides this, the style also has a short, tidy quiff at the end, which is very smooth as well.
Comb Flat Top
You can spice up the style by combining it smoothly to create a stylish hairdo instead of just going with a traditional flat top and undercut.
Free Flowing Locks with Subtle Undercut
If you have long wavy locks like these, you don’t have to do much to create a perfect shaved side design. All you need on the sides is a subtle undercut and two simple lines of razor.
Back Swept Waves and Fade
This haircut is very original and involves leaving some wavy strands of medium length on the crown and then creating a hard line and a fade on the sides.
Upswept Textured Bangs
The thickness of the strands on this haircut is incredible, but they also have a beautiful style that includes sweeping the bangs and making them slightly messy and finishing on the sides with a tapered fade.
Curly Mohawk with complicated patterns
Although this style may seem complicated due to complicated razor patterns, it is very easy to replicate if you have thick curly locks. All you have to do is leave the thick hair in the middle and create the patterns of fancy.
Trendy Bangs and Undercut
No complicated cut or styling is required for men to look elegant. A model like this requires only a few moderate trimmings to add some texture to the bangs on top. To create a trendy look, you should also create an undercut and inventively style the bangs.
Classy Man Braid
In the middle of your head you can do several things with longer strands, but few will look better. And it involves braiding them into a simple man’s braid to finish by tying them into a ponytail.
Thick Wave and Blurry Fade
In this hairdo, the thick waves on the top are fantastic, helping to make the face look longer. Also, this style has an incredible blurry fade that spices up the look and gives it some class.
The disconnecting fade
Fading is also a practical design as it creates a disconnection between the short layered bangs on the crown in this haircut and the massive beard to ensure that both attract attention.
Curly and Front Swept
You can create this chic hairdo by shaving the sides if you have curly locks. Then you should push the curls to the front and finish by making them somewhat messy.
High and Flat Top
This high and flat top can only be created by an experienced barber because it requires a high degree of accuracy. This design also has some geometric shapes around the hairs of the face and some fading that will also require some skills.
Elegant steps and curls
Curly locks build a beautiful appearance, but you can still look a little higher like this. And to do this, on the side you should create some elaborate steps and give a brilliant light blue shade to one of them.
This style is easier to create than it looks like and involves creating high sides tapering and leaving a few inches of hair in the middle. Then you should finish the look with the longer strands slicking back.
High and Layered Bangs
Layered bangs are very trendy and can be differentiated by keeping them on the crown only and fading the sides. To separate the two levels of hair, you should also create a soft part line.
Finding any defects in this redhead is very difficult if not impossible. It has a fantastic comb-over on the crown as well as a classic fade with geometric shapes to line up the facial hairs apart from the lovely color.
Brushed Back Taper Cut
Crown strands look and feel very light in this hairstyle, making styling easy because you just have to brush them back. However, without a moderate tapering, this style would not be complete.
Wavy Bangs and Zero Fade
Zero fades are good as hair can be found in most areas of your face. This fade adds to the thick wavy bangs on this hairdo’s crown to make it look stunning.
Clean Upswept Mohawk
This kind of gentleman will make you stand out wherever you go. It’s clean and neat, and on the side it has an incredible fade which enhances the appearance of the upswept strands at the top.
Side Swept Classic Bangs
In order to create this hairdo, taper the strands on the side and leave a few inches of hair on top. And you just need to sweep the long locks to the side to finish the look.
Sleek Tapering and Side Sweep
Some men don’t like to cut a large piece of their hair, but this shouldn’t be a problem because a style like this will work for them. With a simple tapering, a part line, and side sweep, the strands are a few inches long.
Slick and Smooth Quiff
If you know how to style it, a short and smooth patch of hair on the crown will make you look beautiful. Upon offering them some oil, a good idea is to brush the strands to one side and also keep the sides short and faded.
Front Swept Blonde Bangs
Swept front bangs are fabulous but they look very distinct, not only because of their beautiful blonde shade but also because of their perfectly tapered sides.
Fancy Rows and a Knot
This style consists of three smooth braids ending in a knot in the middle of the head. Also the headdress has an incredible fade and some elegant razor lines which make it look very exquisite.
Chunky Brush-Back and Side Part
This headdress locks are longer than expected in shaved side hairstyles. However, it looks very refined due to the brush back styling over the undercut and the side line.
Complicated haircut patterns
The fancy razor patterns on the sides make this haircut look really sophisticated, and it’s hard to believe it’s a typical Caesar style.
Hard part Bun
What you do with your crown’s long strands will determine how charming you are. The design draws them to the middle of the head and, before finishing with a hard part on the arm, wraps the strands into a man bun.
Clean and Neat
Rasped side hairstyles don’t have to be complicated because if you keep things as simple and clean as in this style, you’ll always look great. But, as this also improves the overall appearance, you should also have a fancy design on the crown.
Vintage Double Lines
Those short upswept crown bangs are perfect, but you can still improve their appearance with two double side lines and a classic high-fade model.
Side and Skin Fade
This hairdo shows you shouldn’t just shorten the sides, but give them a fashionable style like a side part and a smooth skin. And if you combine this with some upswept textured bangs you’re going to look amazing.
Cropped and Textured
This design is flawless as well, but its beauty comes from a smooth fade that blends perfectly into a textured crop cut. And you finish it by sweeping in delicate layers the short bangs in front.
Undercut Sleek Combover