If you’re looking to update your style for the season ahead, look no further than the top hairstyles for men in 2019. With the short back and sides cut still going strong, 2019 provides a variety of refreshing updates and alternatives to choose from…

The Disconnected Undercut

The disconnected undercut creates an ideal balanced between long and short styles. With a short undercut to the sides, the top is kept longer to add volume and height. This style is flexible though, as the top can be cut as long or as short as you wish, although we recommend having at least a few inches of length on top. This cut looks great with a beard, as the sides can fade out into the facial hair for a neat finish.

The Low Fade

A low fade is a great option if you want to experiment with a fade. Increasing in length towards the top of the head, this subtle fade is on-trend yet still fairly traditional, making it a great versatile style.

The Caesar Cut

This indie style is named the Caesar because it’s said to replicate the cut of Julius Caesar himself. The hair is kept short, with a short horizontal fringe with a blunt edge. To update the look, try adding a fade to the sides.

The French Crop

Ideal if you want to maintain a bit of length and keep your hair swept across your forehead, the French crop is cut with a mid-short length and styled forward to create a messy sweeping short fringe. Best worn with lots of texture, this style has a slight rock and roll feel to it, while still being smart enough for your everyday lifestyle.

Messy Waves

If you’re lucky enough to have naturally wavy hair, embrace this for 2019. Made popular by the likes of the Game of Thrones character Jon Snow, wavy hair can be extremely flattering when grown out a little. Choose a length that’s manageable and suits your style, then just add a little texture to complete this look. As ever, if you are in doubt about your style and want to switch things up, book in for a consultation to discuss your look and what you want to achieve. We’re always happy to advise, and can help you find the best cut to suit your bone structure, personal style and lifestyle.