Baby Boy Laying the Bed

Haircuts and hairstyles have reached all-new levels of creativity, integral to one’s appearance.

When it comes to working out your baby boy’s tresses, it’s a sea of endless possibilities.

Much like grow-up haircuts, little boy ones are just as versatile.

No matter your baby boy’s hair type and texture, their hairstyle can be standard, classy, lengthy, or cropped.

15 Most Popular Hairstyles

Babies are cute, but what’s cuter than a baby boy with perfect hair?

Here are some of the most popular baby boy haircuts you can copy.

Shaved Sides

Apt and appropriate for baby boys with soft, thin hair that can lay flat, this hairstyle will give your child a sophisticated look with an edgy element.

Medium-Length Haircut

This haircut is not only cute but also very comfortable for your boy. With a short part on one side, most of the hair is swept to the other, allowing the tresses to fall downwards and grow beautifully along the parted lines.

Toddler Undercut

The shaved sides in this haircut look amazing on round or oval-shaped faces, and they create a perfect balance with the longer hair on top, trimmed in layers running from the top of the head to the front.

Faux Hawk

A perfect faux-hawk haircut keeps the hair about 2-3 inches long, allowing the sides to flow down with sheer softness, while the middle part is set with a hair gel to form spikes.

Baby Boy With Faux Hawk Haircut

Medium Middle Bangs

This look is ideal for boys who don’t want to commit to a well-defined Mohawk. Style the middle long bang however you wish – smooth it down to one side or spike it on special occasions.

Skin Fade and Undercut

Combine two of the most popular medium-length hairstyles! A comb-over connects the hard part on one side to the middle hair.

A beautifully done skin fade on the other side creates a super soft transition toward the bottom. You can also check out other boys’ fade haircuts.

Classic Side Sweep

This sleek look parting the larger chunk of hair to one side is always an excellent option, whether it’s a grand party or a simple visit to the church. You can pick one slicked-back hairstyle for your boy.

Short Layers

This shorter version of the traditional layered haircut has a beautiful textured appearance to the hair and is surprisingly easy to manage for children.

Short Pompadour

A texturizing lotion will assist your child in achieving the best versions of this look. While the sides are neatly tapered in a short pompadour, the middle hair is brushed backward, creating an Elvis Presley-like look.

Long Side Bangs With Short Sides

Combining unconventional haircuts with classic side parts is difficult, but this one nails it by combining a smooth and silky long side bang with thin and short side hair.

Side Swept Bangs With Varying Length

A few changes to the traditional side-swept hairstyle include fine trims on the sides and the back of the head.

The middle bangs are swept to one side, and the gradual variation in the length of the middle hair is unquestionably the highlight of this cool baby boy haircut.

Wild Crown and Short Sides

This stunning hairstyle instantly transforms your boy into a stunning man, especially when paired with an all-grown-up yet adorable outfit. A fine part separates the full crown area from the perfectly trimmed tresses on the side.

Comb-Over and Side Stripes

When your child wears this comb-over in their finely swept silky hair, innocence reaches new heights. The sides are kept short and trimmed, but the two little stripes worked out on one of the sides are the best part of this look. It’s great for boys who love short haircuts.

Brush Up Quiff

With its voluminous and thick hair element, the brushed-up quiff stands out and leaves your boy looking like a superstar. You can also check out other top quiff hairstyles.

Cute Afro Flat Top

This style is ideal for curly and thick afro hair, with a fine shape and definition on the crown and a skin fade at the back. It‘s among the best afro hairstyles for your son.

Baby Boy With Curly Hair and Mad Face

How to Style and Maintain

Step 1 – Choose the right hairstyle

Choose the right style for your baby. Consider the shape of his head and the volume of his hair.

Step 2 – Style it

Use baby-friendly styling products such as pomades and gels to style and hold your child’s hair.

Step 3 – Maintain

Keep your son’s hair clean with natural baby-friendly shampoo. You can also use a baby-friendly conditioner and detangler when washing and combing his hair.

Step 4 – Products to use

Some of the products you can use on your baby’s hair include:

  • Pomade
  • Gel
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Detangler
  • Curling cream


When should a baby boy get his first haircut?

Wait until your baby is six months old or until he can hold his head firmly.

Which haircut is the best for boys?

This depends on his hair’s texture and the shape of his head.

How do I cut my 1-year-old boy’s hair?

Use quality shaving tools such as balding clippers and combs.

What is the TikTok boy hairstyle?

The haircut is called the wet mop hairstyle.

Vinnie - Barber

About the author: Vinnie – Barber

Vinnie is one of the members of the Beardoholic writers team. He’s also a barber and hairstylist for 15 years now and he has a kick-ass beard of his own, so he surely knows what makes a magnificent beard and hair and how to achieve them. He’s our go-to guy for all the latest beard and hairstyle trends and he always has a tip or two on how to grow and style a thick beard fast.

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