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Adorable Little Boy Haircuts You & Your Kids Will Love

MEN'S HAIRSTYLE TIPS The Adorable Little Boy Haircuts You & Your Kids will Love Haircut options for boys are surprisingly diverse. Help your young one feel confident and cool with a faux hawk, Mohawk, side part, flat top or fringe haircut this season. 1. Faux hawk Haircut A faux hawk features short sides with a longer hank of hair on top of the head. Spike or comb over the long hair to fit the occasion. Cut sides short but avoid shaving. This style requires fewer trims than a real Mohawk. Because a faux hawk is more subdued than the Mohawk haircut, it transitions between casual and formal settings with ease. Boys will feel smart and edgy with this haircut. 2. Flat Top Haircut A flat top haircut is easy to cut and style, and it is great for low-maintenance kids and families. Cut hair around the sides, neck and ears closely. Shaving the sides is also common. On top, cut hair at all one length to give a bristle or squared-off look. Since hair can be trimmed very short with this style, this cut is great for boys who don't have the patience for daily styling. It also offers a clean and neat appearance without much hassle. 3. Side Part Haircut A side part haircut is a classic with young boys. Simple and sleek, this style features hair closely cropped at the neck and ears. The shorter hair transitions to the slightly longer hair on top. Part hair on the side and slick over to finish the look. This look has a more traditional feel, and it presents a neat, tidy appearance. Daily styling involves a comb and mousse or holding gel to keep everything in place. Straight and fine hair works well with this cut. 4. Mohawk Haircut A Mohawk is a show-stopper. Featuring closely shaved sides and a long top, this haircut is not for the fainthearted. This style is perfect for toddler boys with big personalities who want to make a statement. The length on top varies from one to several inches. For added zaniness and attitude, try bleaching or dying the Mohawk. This cut requires regular hair appointments since the shaved sides need regular maintenance for a sharp look. 5. Fringe Haircut A fringe haircut adds style to any toddler boy's look without much fuss. Shorter hair at the nape of the neck transitions into thicker hair toward the crown. At the forehead, cut hair longer to create a fringe effect. Comb the fringe to the side or straight down to complete the look. A fringe will need regular trimmings but is otherwise a simple hairstyle to maintain. MEN'S HAIRSTYLE TIPS

Adorable Little Boy Haircuts You & Your Kids Will Love

shared by giorgilomauri on Apr 09
When a little boy gets a haircut, the parent directs the barber to make sure that the boy's hair is trimmed around the ears and is even at the back of the neck, so there is a clean, straight hairline.


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