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The 13 Best Hairstyles Of The Year (And How To Pull Them Off)

This year, we’ve seen a cultural shift in fashion, technology, music, and, yes, hairstyles. With all the trendy haircuts out there it can be tricky to narrow down which ones are the top styles of the year. I’ve been a barber for the past 15 years. I’m lucky to have had the chance to travel the world to see hairstyles from some incredibly talented barbers across the globe. I narrowed down this list by gathering up all the top cuts from the best barbers in my arsenal.

What we are left with are a whole lot of fresh hairstyles for 2017 and some styles with staying power from the past couple years.

How To Ask For A New Trend

First things first, before you and your barber decide what trend is right for you, you need to know how to ask for what you want. From my own experience and communicating with other barbers, I find that clients usually ask the same questions when they get into chair. What type of hairstyle would look good on me? and What’s trending right now?

When considering a new hairstyle for a client, it’s important to keep a few things in mind:

  • The client needs to feel confident with the new look.
  • The style has to be tailored to the client’s face and head shape.
  • The client has to have the right hair texture for the desired cut.  
  • The client needs to be aware of the products used to style the cut.

When you are ready to change your hairstyle, it is always important to describe the hairstyle you want to your barber before they pick up the clippers. Be detailed in your description so you and your barber can communicate how the new style can be tailored to you. A great way of describing what you want is showing them these illustrations in the article or any hairstyle that you found on the web, but remember not everyone has the same hair texture, head shape or the face that you do. Sorry to tell you this, guys, you're not David Beckham, so please stop showing pictures of him and expecting to walk out of the chair looking the same.

Each of these 13 looks have a special name with directions on how to cut and style. With the right communication, your barber should have no trouble replicating these trending looks, and with the right hair products, neither will you — so take notes.

From the crop top to the high top to the low fade, I’m excited to share with you the top hairstyles for 2017.

The Cuts

Back On The Block

The Cut: Inspired by Actor Quincy Brown, the “back on the block” works best for men with curls. Simply cut the sides down to finger length (usually about 1 inch, but whatever length you please). The top of the hair should be left longer than the sides.

How to Style:

  • Towel dry or blow-dry the hair so you can get most of the water out, but leave it a bit damp because water works well with the product to get the curls to pop out.
  • Rub a dime-sized amount of water-based pomade (such as the Label.Men Grooming Cream) and scrunch it into the curls. Leave hair to dry throughout the day and the curls will be defined. After drying, you can run your fingers through the top and mess it up if you want. This is a very fun and versatile style if you are blessed with curls.

Products:

Stock Up: Label.Men Thickening Tonic, .27 at Amazon.com

Stock Up: Label Men Grooming Cream, .76 at Amazon.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @Thad.deus

First Class

The Cut: Inspired by basketball player Gordon Hayward from the Utah Jazz, the “first class” calls for a scissor cut all around the top, keeping the sides clean and tight. For a more noticeable part, ask your barber to slightly shave in the part (line). This cut is also known as the modern comb over.

How to Style:

  • Apply LayRite Superhold pomade while the hair is still a little damp for a smooth flow.
  • Use a fine tooth comb and comb it away from the part and slightly to the back.

The Beard: The length of the beard can vary; it can be as short as a 5 o’clock shadow and as long as, well, there’s no limit. The most important thing is to keep the beard clean and trimmed so you are able to eat without a side of whiskers.

Products:

Stock Up: LayRite Superhold Pomade, .35 at Amazon.com

Stock Up: Prairie Boys Supply Co. Beard Oil, .00 at PrairieBoysSupplyCo.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @Diego_Djdgaf

The Perfectly Separated

The Cut: The "perfectly separated" is usually referred to as the undercut. It features low faded sides and back with longer hair on top. It’s meant to be cut and textured to sit well when styled up. To get the look that’s on the illustration, ask your barber or hair stylist to use the pointy side of the comb to separate the hair after it's being styled up.

How to style:

  • Blow dry your hair completely in the direction of your hairstyle.
  • Warm up a dime-sized amount of Pacinos Matte in your palm and then apply it to the hair on top. Feel free to run your fingers through the hair for a more natural look, or use a comb for a more defined look.
  • Optional: use the endpoint of a comb to separate hair in between.

Products:

Stock Up: Pacinos Matte Grooming Paste, .97 at Amazon.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @Jose_Privilegebarber

The Pay Back

The Cut: Inspired by basketball player Klay Thompson from the Golden State Warriors, the "pay back" doesn’t necessarily need to be short. It can vary from a 4 to a 2 guard level all over with a low taper on the sides and back just to give it a pop. For a sharper look, you can ask your barber to define your hairline (lineup).

How to Style: This cut allows for easy maintenance, which is great for guys who prefer to simply get up and go in the morning. While your side of the styling process is maintenance-free, you do have the option of using a soft water pomade with less grease (such as Baxter of California’s soft water pomade) and use your hands, comb or brush to direct the hair with the grain (same direction as your hair grows). This allows the hair to sit well throughout the day.

Product:

Stock Up: Baxter Soft Water Pomade, .00 at Amazon.com

Stock Up: Pacinos Cooling Shave Gel, .48 at Amazon.com

Stock Up: Pacinos Razor Bump Soother, .35 at Amazon.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @Patty_Cuts

Pomp It Up

The Cut: Inspired by British model David Gandy, pomp up, also known as the pompadour, is when the hair is swept upwards from the face and worn high over the forehead, sometimes upswept around the sides. The old fashioned way would be to slick the sides back but nowadays a lot of people get the sides and the back faded. The goal is to make sure that the hair in the front is a lot longer than in the back of the head.

How to Style:

  • For the classic pompadour, completely blow dry your hair with a vent brush to lift and bend the front for volume.
  • Use a dime of Ruger Matte 2 and style for the desired look.

The Beard: You can keep your beard for this look and it can be short or long. Cleanliness is most important if you have a beard. You may use a Ruger Beard Oil to keep your beard healthy and moisturized.

Products:

Stock Up: Ruger Matte Vol. 2, .00 at RugerBarber.com

Stock Up: Ruger Beard Oil, .00 at RugerBarber.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @MozamBeak

Crew Love

The Cut: Keep the sides really short or fade it gradual as it becomes longer. Hair on top needs to be short and textured to give it that messy crop look. The barber/stylist needs to use scissors to show the choppiness to this cut; the trick to this cut is to style your hair like you’re not trying too hard to show perfection — think Tom Brady.

How to Style:

  • Completely blow-dry the hair. To get the full effect it needs to be styled with a spray such as Schwarzkopf salt spray.
  • Use your fingers and play around with the hair to get the messy look.

Product:

Stock Up: Shwartzkoff Salt Spray, .99 at Amazon.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @Mikeyyyyyyy_

Sky High

The Cut: Inspired by basketball player Iman Shumpert from the Cleveland Cavaliers, the “sky high” is also known as the high top/flat top. This was a popular cut in the ‘50s but is again trending. The top of the hair is sculpted into a slightly boxy silhouette. This look is great when the hairline is sharply defined to give the complete look. Note: The high rise can turn into a totally different hairstyle when a curl sponge is used. This is used to separate the hair into small chunks of nappy curls.

How to Style:

  • Use a hairspray like the Babyliss Pro Argan Oil to keep the hair together and comb out the top (with a pick) to keep its shape.
  • For a different look, you can gently rub your hair with a curl sponge in a slight circular motion to make the curls stand out. You can also apply Babyliss Pro Argan Oil Spray Treatment for instant shine

Product :

Stock Up: Babybiss Argan Oil Hair Spray, .45 at Babylisspro.com

Stock Up: Curl Sponge, .99 at Amazon.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @HawktheBarberProdigy

More Life


The Cut: Inspired by Drake, “the revenge” is basically the buzz cut that can be done by taking a machine and cutting the entire head at the same level everywhere. The other option is to fade the sides and back lower than the top. Your barber can leave it naturally in the front and taper just the back to keep it looking as natural as possible. The other way is to line up the chase and give it a strong edgy look. Drake's barber also gives him a part sometimes, which is the little line design on the corner of one side of his head. You can ask your barber/hairstylist to give you one of these. There are so many different versions of a part.

How to Style:

  • The buzz cut allows for easy maintenance, which is great for guys who prefer to simply get up and go in the morning. While your side of the styling process is maintenance-free, you should still get your haircut about every two to three weeks, while visiting your barber/hairstylist in between for lineups.
  • You also have the option to get your beard lined up sharply how Drake has it or you can leave naturally for a different look.

Products:

Stock Up: Polar Ice After Shave, .99 at Amazon.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @GetfadedInc

Goodfellas

The Cut: Inspired by Robert De Niro as Jimmy Conway in Goodfellas, this is the classic Italian mobster slick-back with a modern twist. “The cut” is for longer hair. It’s high in the front, like a pomp, and slicked all the way back in the front and on the sides. To make it more modern, have your barber taper the sides and around the edges so you still have some hair on the sides to slick back.

How to Style:

  • Blow dry your hair up and backwards at a low setting with Layrite grooming spray to stay up, then use some strong hold pomade such as Layrite Superhold, working it into your hair from the front to the back.
  • Use a comb to lift and slick your hair backwards.

Product:

Stock Up: LayRite Grooming Spray, .99 at Amazon.com

Stock Up: LayRite SuperHold, .99 at Amazon.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @Justinlea_

Leftover

The Cut: Inspired by Justin Bieber, the leftover is a layered look that is long at the front. The sides are clipper-cut short, but not quite a skin fade like some of the other cuts. The key here is length and texture, allowing the hair to flow to the side — giving you a playful look with an edge. This cut is also great for layering in colors like blonde to give it an extra pop.  

How to Style:

  • Use a small amount of pomade such as ADH dry and work it through the hair to give it some volume
  • Swipe the hair to either side where it can sit without any complications

Product: ADH dry (Hair)

Stock Up: ADH Dry, .00 at ADHBrand.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @AndrewdoesHair

Bruv

The Cut: This cut is all about the high fade. The crop on the top gives a squared-off, sharp look. The edges are similar to the sky high, but it’s a good spin if you don’t have the hair type to pull it off (ie. African American hair). Here, we crop the front to keep everything square, while leaving a bit of hair on top.

How To Style:

  • Towel dry or blow dry your hair in place
  • Use some Ruger Sea Salt Mist and Ruger Matte to keep your help in place
  • You then have the option to comb your forward with your hands or a comb to give it some nice space in between.

Product:

Stock Up: Ruger Sea Salt Spray, .00 at RugerBarber.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @Alan_Beak

Messi

The Cut: Inspired by soccer star Lionel Messi, this style is all about texture and product. Keep the top long and the sides slightly trimmed — leaving enough to allow for movement.

How To Style:

  • Use the Label Men Thickening Tonic to give your hair some volume, and then some Label Men Sculpting Pomade to style your hair upwards (I recommend dry/matte finish products).
  • Blow dry your hair upward while working your finger through to separate and texture

Product: 

Stock Up: Label Men Thickening Tonic, .50 at Amazon.com

Stock Up: Label Men Sculpting Pomade, .50 at Amazon.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @KevinLuchmun

Organized Chaos


The Cut: Short hairstyles look and feel great and are also very easy to manage. This is a nice gentleman’s cut with a mid-level fade — natural looking and very easy to style for that working week.

How To Style:

  • Work in a light amount of water-soluble pomade such the Baxter Clay Pomade into dry hair
  • Run your fingers through the front to back to give a natural look

Product:

Stock Up: Baxter Clay Pomade, .00 at Birchbox.com

Hairstyle inspired by the work of @Alan_Beak

Related Readings
A Guide To Facial Hair Styles
Best Hair Products for Men
How To Pull Off The Pompadour

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