10 Best Men’s Haircuts Of 2018 That Women Find Hot AF


Most guys want those men’s haircuts that draw the ladies in. For this Summer 2018, you have a lot of choices. Whether you want to go completely lumberjack, businessman of Wall Street, rocker of the faux hawk or the hot guy with the messy man bun, I have sifted through and gathered the best men’s hairstyle inspirations of the season. Pick one of these unique men’s hairstyles and where it with confidence.

Suave Slick Back

This hair cut can go either way for men. It is suitable for both the office or music festival, Bonaroo. Just a little bit of length on the beard, a natural slick back and you are good to go. If you need to utilize hair gel to keep the flow in tact, use as little as possible. The key is to have it effortlessly slicked back without appearing too greasy or shiny.

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Faux Hawk

For those daring men’s haircuts seekers, go all out with this half buzzed, half long hair faux hawk vibe. You really can go as long or short as you would like with this look. Keep the long hair side voluminous by using a rounded brush while blow drying it out.

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Man Bun

Everyone on this planet knows about the notorious man bun. Some men however, can REALLY pull it off. The key is to tie the bun up half way, not too low and not too high up on your head. This choice goes hand in hand with sleeve tattoos, a basic tee and black jeans.

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Trendy Timber Man

If you’re a little bit wilderness and a little bit city, there is no doubt you will rock this chic timber man look. Grow out the beard just an inch or so and let the top of your head grow to a side swept length. Use minimal hair products on the top of your mane to keep that suave vibe going strong.

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Wavy

If you are lucky enough to have that natural wave to your strands then why not showcase it? Try a gradual side fade, allowing the top hair to grow several inches and wave out. If you do not have a natural wave to your hair, try wrapping small sections of your mane around the outside of a curling iron barrel for a few seconds to add the wave shape.

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Rugged Scholar

Take a chance on medium length men’s haircuts for a split look that is part refined, part groomed and kept, part relaxed and loose. Pair this style with minimal to no facial hair for a proper feel.

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Motorcycle Mane

Let that hair fall to just above the shoulders and blow dry it out. Incorporate some stacked layers throughout for added volume and dimension. This look can go several ways; you can dressed it up to be the biker dude, surfer bro, hockey player or coffee shop hipster.

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High Top

The high top men’s haircuts are ideal for men with naturally straight hair. Have the sides kept shortly buzzed, permitting the top to reach three to five inches in length. This men’s hairstyle looks great in a side swept angle and really highlights the different shades and colors in your tresses.

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Bearded Ladies’ Man

Do it for the ladies. Try a full blown Jack Sparrow hair flow. Lets be honest, everyone loves that Johnny Depp shaggy look and with this, you can have it too. Keep the hair line at the mid chest because any longer than that is a no-go.

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The Jake

Jake Gyllenhaal deserves his own category of men’s haircuts. This may remind you of the suave slick back from above, but Jake’s is a bit crisper. He keeps it tucked tightly behind the ears with a dark-toned mane.

Which of these men’s haircuts are you going to try in Summer 2018? Let us know in the comments below!

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Leah Mccormack

Hi Society19 readers! My name is Leah McCormack and I am a New England native and Bostonian, currently working as the Fashion Editor here at Society19! I graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2013 where my program consisted of fashion, merchandising management, advertising, marketing communications and English. Post-college, I worked for corporations in trend forecasting, editorial, styling and buying in London, NYC and Boston where I grew increasingly sure that being an editor was my greatest passion (other than dogs of course). I have written about anything from fashion, beauty, lifestyle, interior design to pets. I look forward to publishing intriguing content for you all!

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