The little man is coming into his own. He’s finding ways to express himself and his individuality. That means making his own style choices, from what he wears to his ‘do. There’s nothing like a fresh cut to propel his confidence to new levels.
But, how do mom, dad, or a caretaker balance things out – daily convenience that still allows him to make his own mark? Both, with a few buzzing boys’ haircuts tips straight from your local Midtown barber’s chair, the little guy will be set up for any adventure, whether it’s getting ready for school, making new friends, or after-school activities.
Hello world, watch out! He’s styling his individuality with a few hair pointers from Premium Barbershop.
Fading Into Style
Clean and neat, but layered with timeless appeal, it’s a go-to for big (parents) and smaller humans (kids). With shorter hair on the sides and back of the head that can be more low maintenance, there’s still a lot of space to play with, featuring a gradual fade into longer hair on the top – the best of both worlds.
Shorter, well-defined sides gel well with many boys’ haircuts, from a crew cut and tapered quiffs, to trims that still elevate curls or go with the cowlicks and crowns flow. Stylish ease – check.
Partings That Make the Cut
For the lad that likes some hair-parting action, the ‘hard part’ has been a friend to all men, young and older. A hard part is a distinct and defined parting in the hair that is created using a razor or clippers.
A technique that intentionally adds definition and structure, the hard part is a laid-back versatile kind of haircut that makes friends with other styles easily – from the popular pompadour cut or casual quiff here and there, to a sleek comb-over look. When it’s not giving simple slick vibes, it’s trending out of sheer easy maintenance.
If he’s not quite feeling the dedication to a hard part, there’s always the good old grooming way. Get the comb ready. Savvy hair experts recommend a playful approach to partings – let him experiment with all the different ways to style his hair.
Groomed to Go: His Hair Care Routine
From curly locks to straight-as-can-be, a little TLC goes a long way. After all, you’re teaching him how to navigate the world and how to take care of himself.
Introduce a hair care routine that teaches him how to maintain his mane from a young age. Be it applying a serum to tame his bushy curls, a crisp hair finish with gel, or how to brush his own hair, you’re showing him what’s possible so that he can look his best – from tip to toe.
Beyond small grooming habits, the right product is often the finishing touch to an impeccable cut; to boost volume, flaunt texture, and carry him with confidence throughout his day.
Whether you try a new shampoo and conditioner that has been formulated for his hair type, or a lightweight styling product for his new trim, look for products that are gentle on precious, young skin.
Going for a haircut used to be a complicated activity when he was smaller, but then he discovered his ever-growing style independence. Make way, New York; he’s about to walk out of the barbershop strutting a fresh cut – it’s no longer just a boys’ haircut, he exerts, but a little man’s.
This said, how often should the dapper young fella get a trim? Short haircuts require upkeep every 4-6 weeks, while longer haircuts often mean a visit to the barber every 8-10 weeks.
We believe that no two heads are the same, with an expert focus on personal grooming journeys for gents big and small. So, it really depends on the hairstyle your little man is rocking, but regular visits to the barber have a tendency to lift spirits and bump up self-esteem.
Fresh Style: That Cool Kid On The Block
From classic crew cuts to trendy fades and adventurous styles, a seat in the Premium Barbershop chair merges style with practicality. It’s nothing other than boys’ haircuts that are refined and also convenient, with an extra layer that says: trendy big city boy incoming!
At Premium Barbershop, we’re passionate about stylish trims for all ages. Be sure to ask your go-to barber in Midtown for advice and tips if the fella is feeling playful and daring, perhaps wanting to try slight style deviations – it’s all about creating personalized precision.
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