I always say that men with wavy hair are the luckiest ones! Let me elaborate on this. Wavy hair has plenty of natural volume and texture which makes it ideal for various haircuts and hairstyles. If you have wavy hair, you can rock almost any hairstyle from bro flow to pompadour fade haircut. All you need to do is find the best style for you!
1. Textured Wavy Quiff
A wavy quiff haircut features a longer length up top with a blended back and sides. Natural-looking volume is this hairstyle’s trademark, and it’s suitable for all hair types and textures including wavy and curly hair.
2. Honey Blonde Balayage For Long Wavy Hair
Long wavy hair in darker shades can look dull, and that’s where balayage comes into the story! Honey blonde balayage is a rich, warm color that creates a natural transition of lightness towards the ends. Amazing.
3. Pompadour Fade Haircut
A pompadour fade haircut combines a classic pompadour with a taper fade. It features short sides and voluminous hair on top. This hairstyle is a godsend for those with thin hair because it creates the illusion of a fuller mane.
4. Wavy Bro Flow Haircut
Hello, polished young man! If you want to join the “Bro Flow” crew, you’ll need medium to long layers slicked back. This haircut gives you the best of both worlds – classy and laid-back vibes.
5. Tousled Wavy Cut With Longer Back
Tousled wavy hair, don’t care! Tousled wavy hair with a longer back is a bold choice of haircut that will surely get you noticed. Consider using hair gel for a more polished look.
6. Medium Wavy Hair With A Middle Part
Thanks to the natural movement and flow of medium-length wavy hair, this haircut is considered one of the most relaxed hairstyles for men. When it comes to styling your mid-length wavy hair, all you need is a salt spray and leave-in conditioner. For more defined locks, use hair gel.
7. Long Jet Black Wavy Hairdo
Let’s take a moment of silence to honor the carefully arranged messiness of long wavy hair. When it comes to hair color, jet black is the darkest black hair color shade out there, and it brings out the best in long hairdos for men. With a no-part or side part, long wavy hair looks equally stunning.
8. Low Taper With Blonde Highlights
Low taper haircut starts tapering around the ears and neck. This hairstyle is all about creating a contrast between low taper fade and long hair on top. Blonde highlights will enhance the texture of your long hair on top and make it look more dimensional.
9. Silver Blonde Mid-Length Wavy Hair
Blonde hair color with silver undertones is one of the most popular hair color choices as of late. This beautiful shade will accentuate the texture of your locks and give your look that effortless vibe perfect for the summer season.
10. Burst Taper For Wavy Hair
The burst taper is one of the most stylish variations of the taper cut. This haircut combines tapering the hairline behind the ear while leaving the hair at the back longer to create a burst effect at the neck. How do you like this style?
11. Messy Wavy Hair With A Deep Side Part
Because messy is the new neat! Why should you opt for side parting? A deep side part helps elongate your features and creates symmetry around your face. Besides that, this type of parting looks amazing on longer wavy hair giving it a messy vibe which is a real head-turner.
12. Wavy Wet Hair Look
The popular wet hair look recreates the way your hair looks when it’s wet but with the use of styling products. To achieve a wet hair look on your wavy hair, apply oil and hair gel on damp hair and allow it to air dry. You can also use sea salt spray to create beachy waves wet look.
13. Classic Taper For Wavy Hair
Classic taper is neither too low nor too high. It perfectly blends with longer, voluminous hair on top thus creating a neat haircut for wavy hair. Classic taper is simple and subtle, so if you’re not ready for some drastic changes, this is your go-to style.
14. Half-Up Ponytail For Short Wavy Hair
Half-up half-down hairstyle is one of the most badass ways to secure your wavy hair without compromising its length (and your masculinity). Reminder: don’t forget to pull out a few pieces at the hairline for a face-framing effect.
15. Wavy Faux Hawk With Longer Back
Also known as fohawk, faux hawk is one of the trendiest fade haircuts for men. This haircut may look edgy but it’s also perfectly acceptable in formal settings. I guess that explains why fohawk is so widely popular among men.
16. Short Waves With “The Drake Heart”
Even though it’s been a while since the rap star Drake shaved a heart into the front of his hairline, this trend is still all the rage. To copy this style, ask your barber to shape the heart on the desired area of your head using the trimmer and the corner of the blade.
17. Sleek Half-Up Ponytail For Long Wavy Hair
Those with long wavy hair know very well that securing wavy hair can sometimes be challenging. Of course, this greatly depends on whether your hair is thick or thin. Worry not! A sleek half-up ponytail looks great on all hair types and textures.
18. Undercut Fade Wavy Haircut
The undercut fade features a distinct contrast and a gradual transition that makes wavy hair look effortlessly cool. It’s one of those low-maintenance haircuts that look equally amazing even when outgrown.
19. Long Wavy Top With Low Taper
If you want a neat haircut with an extra oomph of volume, a low taper with long hair at the top is the best bet. You can adjust your hair at the top according to your hair thickness and preference. If you have thin hair, I suggest using hair gel to create the illusion of more textured, fuller hair.
20. No-Part Long Wavy Hair
Among different hair partings, a no-part is the most effortless one that completes any look and gives more expression to your wavy hair. To keep your no-part in place, you can brush back your hair and add some hair gel and hair spray.
21. Low Taper Wavy Haircut
When life gives you haircuts, cut your hair low taper! Low taper looks especially flattering on thicker hair because of the contrast between the low taper and voluminous hair at the top. Two words: Effortless and stunning.
22. Mid Taper Tousled Waves
Mid-taper tousled waves are a godsend for men with thin hair. Apart from accentuating the natural texture of your wavy hair, tousled waves also create a mega volume at the crown. To create tousled waves, wrap the sections of your hair around the curling iron and finish with hair spray. Shake your hair using your fingers to create tousled waves.
Important: Be careful when using curling iron if your hair is too short.