There comes a time when your son isn’t a baby anymore. That’s the time when you should start examining the different toddler boy haircuts. But the little guys are becoming more choosy and serious when it comes to their hairstyles. That said, you need to give them a haircut that’s more trendy. To help you out, we present 32 trendy toddler boy haircuts that have topped the chart!
#1 Short Disconnected Mohawk with Buzzed Sides
Prior to styling, go for a fresh shower followed by a towel dry until the hair is slightly damp. Leave about 3 inches of hair from the front to the nape of the neck and settle for a buzz cut on the sides. Apply pomade to the long hair and make a comb part across the crown to disconnect the top from the back. Tease the front into a quiff and finish with a razor outline along the temple.
#2 Fresh Pomp with Low Skin Fade
Keep the hair slightly damp and create a hard side part. Go for a buzzed cut on the sides and back letting it end in a low skin fade. Apply pomade wax at the top and use your fingers to press down on the hair giving it a sweep to one side. Tease the front to create a flirty deconstructed look and sport a fresh razor outline.
#3 Spiky Texture with Smooth Undercut
Texture the top of your medium hair and apply some wax prior to styling the strands into that spiky look. Settle for a lightly trimmed undercut that’s brushed into a smooth finish. Leave the hair to retain its natural outline and add some hairspray to let it set.
#4 Messy Afro with Temple Fade
This style works for natural African hair. Style the hair into a messy coarse afro using your fingers. Settle for a fresh temple fade to add more edge to the haircut. Make a razor outline along the forehead and the temple for a cleaner finish.
#5 Disconnected Top Knot with Buzzed Fade
This is a cool idea for blonde boys with long hair. Start off with a circular part that separates the top from the sides. Make it a complete circle ensuring to leave about 1-inch from the forehead. Sport a short buzz on the sides and back letting it end in a low skin fade. Grab the long top and hold into a ponytail positioned at the crown. Wrap the base with a hairband to create a high knot and finish by curling the tips using a curling wand.
#6 Messy Combover with Undercut
Start this style with a disconnected undercut that creates a sharp drop in length between the top and the sides. Add some texture to the long top and apply wax. Pull back the hair and use your fingers to create that raked look. Tie it loosely at the crown using a hairband and pull loose some strands to create a messy yet cool look.
#7 Curly Highlighted Mohawk with Signature Slash Line
This haircut is a good match for kids with black natural curled hair. Go for a buzzed fade on the sides to create a Mohawk. Give the back a slight trim to create some difference in height with the top. Sport a diagonal signature slash line on one side and finish with a light brown highlight. Make a nice razor outline and you’ll be good to go.
#8 Spiky Waxed Top with Buzzed Fade
Add wax to the top of the smooth blonde hair. Use your fingers to create a partial spiky look at the top. Settle for a short buzz on the sides and let it end in a low skin fade. Leave the hairline natural without any razor outline.
#9 Wavy Separated Pomp with Disconnected Undercut
This haircut requires long thick hair. Start off with a disconnected undercut and go on to texture the top. Apply pomade wax and style into thick waves using a curling wand. Sweep the strands up and towards the back to clear the hair away from the face. Finish by adding hairspray to let it set.
#10 Short Curled Flat Top with High Skin Fade
Boys with natural brown hair look great in this haircut. Begin with a hard side part and sport a high skin fade. Use curling products on the top and trim it slightly to create a flat look. Make a clean razor outline for a fresh look.
#11 Messy Peek-a-Bangs
Sport an ombre that starts from ash blonde to lighter blonde. Add tons of texture to the hair and sweep it forward to create long and thick bangs at the front. Give the bangs a slight sweep to completely cover one eye forming cool peek-a-bangs. Make a slight trim to the sides and add hairspray.
#12 Afro with Drop Fade
This styling suits African-American boys with kinky afro hair. Keep the top natural and make a drop fade that sits low on the sides. Let the fade extend to the nape of the neck and finish with a nice razor outline.
#13 Messy Textured Quiff with Slick Undercut
Make a side part using a comb and sport a light shave on the sides. Brush down the undercut sides including the back to create a preppy and slick look. Add texture to the top and work your fingers in it to create a disheveled look.
#14 Textured Side Bangs
Leave the top long hair untouched and create a medium buzzed undercut. Add texture to the top and style into long waves. Give the hair a forward slick and a slight twist to the side. Tease the ends into side bangs and keep the hairline natural along the undercut.