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Haircuts for men with short hair in Manhattan Barbershop

Comb Over

The comb-over hairstyle may give the impression of having a highly manly look and works well with various hair lengths and textures. The top of the head is given the appearance of fullness and volume by brushing the hair to one side, thus the name of the style. Combine it with several other techniques, such as a fade, for a more contemporary look.


The quiff differs from the pompadour in that it is less formal and has more texture, even though the two styles have many characteristics. The quiff has some length in the back and sides, but most of the volume is in the forelock. It is a style that will never go out of fashion since it is a timeless classic and is simple to update for a more contemporary look.

High and Squeezing

The high and tight haircut is a concise style that involves shaving the back and sides of the head down to the skin while leaving the top of the head a little bit longer. It is low-maintenance, has a macho look, and presents a clean image, making it popular among men who serve in military services.

Hard Part

A trimmer may be used to produce a crisp line for the hair part, which results in the hair part being shaved. It is shaved as close as possible to the scalp and is often just on one side. Because of their adaptability may be used with various hairdos to provide an impeccable and put-together look.

Short Afro

There are many ways to style an Afro hairstyle, but one of the easiest ways to maintain it is to keep it short. This keeps the volume and texture under control. The end effect is a style that exudes effortless coolness.

Crew Cut

The crew cut is an essential and short haircut, with the length of the hair being at its longest at the front hairline. It is an option that will never go out of style because of how tidy it is and how easy it is to style, which makes it an excellent choice for an office setting.

Faux Hawk

The faux hawk should not be mistaken for the mohawk since it is often considerably shorter in length and has less contrast than the mohawk. The sides are not shaved but have a trimmed size slightly less than that of the top, which has a strip of hair. Because of this, it is a choice that is simpler to wear and less bold than the mohawk.

Edgar Haircut

A high fade at the sides contrasts the short, cropped, and straight cut that runs around the head in an Edgar haircut. This gives you an edgy image and has the potential to make you seem younger as well. It is best worn by guys whose faces are long, oval, or angular, and it may be achieved with various hair textures and kinds.

Bald Fade with Short Mohawk

The hair on top of the head is kept longer in a style known as the bald fade, while the hair on the sides and back of the head is shaved. It is exceptionally adaptable and may be used with various hairstyles, including a mohawk that is shorter than usual. This results in a defiant and cutting-edge style, with the mohawk seeming more apparent due to the combo.

Bowl Cut

The bowl cut gives the idea that someone has taken a bowl and sliced it around the head, resulting in a highly rounded look. This is because the bowl cut is round. The traditional amount stops at the middle of the forehead and has a sleek and straight fringe that maintains the same length throughout the remainder of the hair. There are several iterations of this style, and you may modify it to work with hair with a more varied texture and play with different fades.

Taper Fade Haircut

Compared to other hairstyles, such as a high fade, a taper fade is more adaptable to a wide variety of facial structures, which has contributed to its meteoric rise in popularity among men in recent years. This is due to the haircut’s suave and sophisticated style, as well as its ability to pair well not only with casual and formal outfits but also with a wide variety of face types.


The hair on the sides of the head gradually becomes shorter as it moves toward the back of the head, giving the appearance of a fade as it does so. This kind of haircut gets its name from the gradual transition from longer to shorter lengths of hair on the sides of the head. The pace at which the hair transitions from long to short is entirely up to you since there is no “correct” or “wrong” response to this question.


If you want to go down to the skin, you may gradually shave it off. Regarding the length of the hair on top of your head, this is another area in which you have complete creative control; nevertheless, consideration should be given to the contours of your face. In the end, the taper fade may be used with almost any haircut for guys that is either short or medium in length.

Hipster Style

When requesting this style, it is essential to leave at least three inches of top space unclipped so that the substantial pomp that sits atop this cut can draw attention to itself. The length of the side may range from short to medium, depending on personal desire. Ideal for hair that is straight to slightly wavy.

Bangs or Fringe

Not just applicable to females. Both bangs and fringe refer to the same style of short hair that falls across the forehead and around the face, although the terms are used interchangeably depending on which side of the pond you are on. When worn on males, messy, short fringes brushed to the side appear dapper. In addition, crew cuts and buzzcuts look great with edges that are neatly trimmed and clipped.

Induction of Pain

The Induction Cut is a haircut that will give you the shortest hair possible without requiring you to shave your head. It is the first haircut that is customarily given to new army recruits. Hence, the haircuts’ names derive from the style’s military history.