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Mexican haircuts combine a classic element with something unique to create an entirely new style.

They are pretty old-school and have a traditionally masculine look. Let’s look at some of the best Mexican haircuts for men.

What Is It

A Mexican haircut is a hairstyle originating in Mexico. Many Mexican cuts like the Edgar are trendy and are sported by men worldwide.

15 Most Popular Mexican Haircuts for Men

Edgar Haircut

The Edgar is also known as the ‘Mexican Caesar.’ This is a perfect style if you want to get a buzz cut with a twist. You get a very short Caeser cut with a skin fade. Keep trimming the fade from time to time and you’re all set.

Buzz Cut + Low Skin Fade

It is exactly what it sounds like; get a buzz cut with a low skin fade. It is low maintenance and doesn’t need any styling. You can think about a taper vs. fade if you want to switch it up slightly.

Curly Fringe + Fade

You cut the sides and back in a smooth fade and keep the hair in the front long and curly. It gives excellent contrast and works great for men with naturally curly hair.

Taper Fade + Quiff

You can also do a taper fade on the sides and back and leave the hair on top long. Style it into a quiff with hair product. Hair gel is a great option. You could also use the world’s best hair wax.

Long Wavy Hairstyle

You need to get your hair cut in layers for this and of course, the length needs to be longer. Do a center part and brush the hair to make it look flowy and natural. Using premium hair oil will help maintain a silky smooth texture.

Slick Back Pompadour

A pompadour is a classic 80s style. This look combines it with a slick back. It looks great if you have a round face shape. With this face, you need to decide between pomade vs. wax vs. gel vs. clay based on which one works best for you.

Middle Part

The Mexican middle part look is best for guys with thick hair. Work some pomade through your hair and part it down the middle. Brush it on either side for a wavy, flowy effect. It is excellent for men who don’t look good in side part haircuts.

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Textured Quiff

Quiff can make hair look like one solid mass. Textured quiffs help prevent that and they are great for managing thick hair. You will need some hair clay or pomade to achieve this look-avoid gel, making your hair look slick or wet.

Choppy Asymmetric Fringe

If you have sharp features and a defined jawline, this could be an excellent look. The cut is very choppy and the fringe in the front is not even or symmetrical. It is a sharp yet messy look.

Low Fade + Hard Part + Slick Back

This look was made famous by footballer Cristiano Ronaldo. Get a low fade, keeping the hair on top longer to achieve this look. Create a hard part on one side and slick everything back using hair gel or pomade.

Wet Hairstyle

Mexican men love wet hairstyles. They look chic and classy and don’t take too much effort. The simplest wet hairstyle is a slicked-back look using pomade or hair gel.

Pompadour + Low Fade

Ask your barber to give you a low fade and keep the hair longer on top. Use hair products to style the pompadour. You will need a pair of powerful hair clippers to maintain the fade.

Side Part

The best thing about a side part is that it looks good on most face types. If you want more definition in your side part, you can have your barber go over the part with a razor for a more defined look.

Fringe

Fringes are an excellent option for men who are experiencing hair fall. You can pair it with a taper for a distinctly Mexican look.

Spiky Hair

You need short hair and products like clay or hair wax to get this look. Using gel or pomade can make it look too wet or pointy.

FAQ

What is the Mexican haircut called?

The most famous Mexican haircut is called an Edgar haircut. It pairs a Caesar cut with a contrasting skin fade.

What is the coolest Mexican haircut?

The Edgar is probably the coolest Mexican haircut, closely followed by a buzz cut with a bald fade.

Are Mexican dreadlocks suitable for men of all ages?

Men of any age can wear Mexican dreadlocks. It depends on whether you are willing to maintain them correctly and if your hair can handle the strain at the roots.

What are the distinguishing features of Mexican hairstyles?

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Buzz cuts, fades, quiffs, fringes and hard parts are the most distinguishing feature of Mexican hairstyles.

Conclusion

Mexican hairstyles are incredibly cool and can be worn by anyone. Most of them are chic and are still suitable in professional settings, which is excellent for men who want to look stylish yet professional.

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