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12 Men’s Haircuts Women Love

Slicked Back

A slicked-back hairstyle features short sides and long hair on top that is “slicked back” (i.e. combed backwards). 


The pompadour was originally named after Madame de Pompadour, Louis XV’s mistress—and it’s stayed close to its sexy roots ever since.

Low Fade

A fade requires your barber to use clippers to cut the hair on your sides and back shorter as it approaches your neck.

High Fade

A high fade is, of course, similar to a low fade in the way it’s cut. However, the high fade begins near the top of your hair


The undercut follows one key pattern: short on the sides and back and longer on the top, creating a “disconnected” effect.


The quiff gets an even closer shave than a disconnected undercut, with a bulge or “poof” of hair at the top.

Square Cut

The square cut (sometimes called a “shape up” when it has extra length on top) means that your barber will cut in a straight line

Hockey Cut

The “flow” hairstyle for men—long (or at least medium) waves that flow backwards from the front

Buzz Cut

The iconic buzz cut needs no real introduction. It’s a short-all-over style completed with clippers.

Ivy League

The Ivy League cut is as preppy classic as it gets. A fade on each side accompanies short hair on top with a side part.

Caesar Cut

The Caesar cut leaves anywhere from half an inch to three inches of hair around the head, with straight, horizontal

French Crop

The French crop is highly similar to a Caesar cut, but a bit messier and more modern and understated.

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