Stay away from those bowl cuts and say hello to suave, stylish young men. These 30 little boy haircuts and hairstyles are anything but boring.
Actually, they’re not only fitting for your mini dude but they make him feel like a cooler, more confident version of himself. We suggest you let your little boy check out the pics on his own, in case they find something they really like.
Cutest Little Boy Haircuts
Scroll through and see if any of these trendy, fun hairdos fit your favorite man of the house. We have 30 of them, so plenty of little boy hairstyles to pick from.
1. Basic Crew Cut
2. Skater-Inspired Boys Haircuts
3. Uneven Fringes
These uneven fringes – with shortened sides – is a fun look to try out as well. You can style it with gel or leave it loose depending on the day. Check out more like this over at
4. Side Swept Bangs
If your little boy wants to go with some longer locks than this longer, tousled look from
5. The Johnny Bravo Boys Haircuts
Longer on the top and styled with some product, we’re swooning for this Johnny Bravo-inspired hairstyle. It’s super on trend right now and we found it featured on
6. Hipster Style Haircut
Here’s a hipster style that we’re loving and grabbed from
7. Pompadour Haircuts
If you’re inspired by vintage looks, then the pompadour may be what you want your little boy to start rocking. Or maybe he’s inspired by those old, T-bird dudes. If so, check out this beauty from
8. Spiked little boy haircuts
Little boys tend to love those spiked haircuts as well. We found this easy do over at
9. Medium-Length with Bangs
He could always grow his locks out a bit if he likes this style from
10. Slicked Back Vintage
Slick his hair back! This is another vintage-inspired look that can be styled differently on a daily basis but we have a feeling your little guy would love to rock it. Check out
11. Faux Hawk
If your guy is a little edgy and wants to take things to a new level in the hair department, let him go with a faux hawk. You can learn how to do it yourself wit this
12. Long & Layered
13. The Samurai
The “Samurai” or what we all like to refer to as the “man bun” is all the rage right now as well. And your little boy can rock it too, just like this suave dude did! We love this inspiration we found on
14. Curly Middle
If your guy has some curly locks to play with, then showcase them. Go with a longer, curly middle and give him some volume. Thanks to
15. Faded with Side Part
Look at this beauty over at
BONUS: 15 More Boys Haircuts You’ll Love
Looking for even more inspiration? Well, we have a few ready for you right up next. Just a few to give you more content to show your barber.
This one gives a bit more length on the sides and plenty of length on top to arrange the hair however you want it. The style may take a bit to set in, especially the twisted strands in the front, but we’re sure it will look just fine in just a few days. We love this pic from
17. Stylish Top
When you allow the hair on top of the head to grow out a bit, the styling possibilities grow, and you can arrange it in quite a few ways. What do you think of these options from
This cute little guy has a haircut we just love. It’s super easy to do, even on your own, and then you can arrange it up into a mountain top. It works for kids as soon as they have enough hair for this ‘do. Pic from
19. Red Top
If your kid is a bit older, you can try a bit of hair coloring. If only for the summer, this can work as a cool way for them to express themselves, especially during school holidays. The sides are trimmed short and come with a bit of a style, and then the top part is done up in red. Of course, you can go with whatever color your kid loves. Check it out on
20. Side Style
Since everyone loves these hair styles where the hair is cut shorter on the sides, it’s a perfect time to try out a few stripes. This sharp design takes things a step further, and it’s not something you can do without a bit of practice, so if you’re trying it at home, you may want to stick to something simpler. Love this one from
21. Tight Braids
If your kid has been growing out his hair for a while now, you can go ahead and try out some of these really great braids. Look how cute those patterns are! This one comes from
22. Wavy Locks
If your child wants to try out a bit of length, you can try out this particular hairstyle. The haircut needs a bit of layering, but if they have wavy locks, it will locks similar to this, with a bit of volume.
If your child has curly hair, then this particular hairdo will work wonders. It offers them a bit of length, a bit of volume, and for the shorter kids, a bit of height.
By giving your boy a bit of length on the top area of the head, you’ll enable them to sweep the hair to one side or another. It comes with a bit of volume, so they’ll love that.
25. Boys Short Haircut
If you want to make sure your kid is going to have an easy time with their hair, then going short can be a great option. The style comes with shorter hair on the sides and a little bit of length on top.
26. High Top
With wavy hair, this style looks wonderful as you give the kids a bit of an edge. We just love how it looks!
Hairstyles where there’s no hair out of place are great, but an unruly cut can also be a great option, especially if it will fit your kid better.
28. Toddler Boy Curly Haircut
For those with curly hair, you can go a bit longer with your cut. The waves will take care of everything when it comes to style.
29. Short and Spiky
For the kids who want to look a bit more grown-up, this short and spiky style will work wonderfully.
If your child really likes to have a bit of a pouf, you can really give him some length on the top part of the head.
How to Do a Boy Haircut?
Even if you screw up, it grows back. I think it’s only fair to start by saying this. So as long as you understand that it takes time to practice … you’re good to go. You could be one of the lucky ones and nail it from the beginning, which would be great. But more often than not, you’ll need to trial and error a few times before it’s perfect.
So the answer to “How to doa boy haircut”, if you’re not a hairstylist, just get your scissors in and … cut.
A piece of personal advice after being my son’s personal hairstylist for the last many months — use a haircut kit that is similar to what you see in a professional hair salon. It really helps making crisp cuts rather than crippled cuts.
Little Boy Hairstyles: Which One You Like Most?
He’s your precious. So what do you have in store for him? Which is your favorite hairstyle from these little boy haircuts we’ve looked at today?
We have a lot of favorites and we hope that you managed to find a few yourself. Even better, we hope your child has found some favorites too, as they should be the ones driving this decision – if they have the right age, of course.
Leave us a comment below, we’d love to hear from you.