The crew cut is a men’s hairstyle which has been popular for decades and looks likely to remain a fashionable option for decades to come. One of the reasons for its popularity is that it is a low maintenance style which doesn’t come with any additional costs. If you like to keep your hairstyle relatively short, then this might be the best men’s haircut for you.
The Best Crew Cuts for you to try
These crew cut styles are all really easy to try, so you can keep trying out new ones until you find a style that looks great on you. Alternatively, change your style every single day for a little bit of variety. Reinventing your hairstyle regularly will help to keep people interested in you. A simple crew cut can be styled in thousands of different ways!
#1: Short Sides with Tousled Top
Keep the sides of your hair short but add length across the whole width of your head. Run your fingers through it from the front to give it a tousled look.
#2: Mid-length Crew Cut
A mid-length haircut is a classic look. It is a simple, no-nonsense style which works well on almost any man!
#3: Side-Swept Tousled Crew
For a side-swept crew cut look, you will need to have some length on the top of your style. Run product through your hair sweeping it from left to right.
#4: Spiked Crew Cut
To create defined spikes you will need to put product in your hair and then run a comb straight upwards through your hair from the roots.
Having highlights put on the tips of your hair can help to give the impression of thicker hair with more texture. Choose a color which complements your natural hair color for as unbleached surf look.
#6: Fluffy Spikes
Fluffy spikes can look less aggressive than well-defined spikes do. If you have a fluffy style, you will find that people just want to run their hands through it all day!
#7: Widow’s Peak
If you do not have a naturally straight hairline, then a crew cut could be a great choice for your style. Keeping your hair shorter means that your hairline works with the style, rather than against it.
For a really striking crew cut style, you should keep the sides closely shaved, whilst allowing the hair in the center of your head to grow into a thick and voluminous style.
#9: Micro flick
If you have had a relatively short cut, you can style in a very short hair flick at the front. This gives your style a subtle hint of a difference without doing anything too extravagant.
#10: Stubbly sides with a stubbly beard
Keep the top of your hair longer and thicker whilst using a beard trimmer to shave the hair at the sides. Keep your beard the same length so that your hair and your beard segue effortlessly into one another.