Even though wavy and curly hair is often described as unruly and tricky to manage, this hair type is a perfect base for so many hot-on-trend and contemporary men’s haircuts. Wavy hair normally has plenty of body and naturally holds volume, hence every man’s hairstyle works for this texture.
Keep scrolling to see a variety of some of the best men’s hairstyles for wavy hair to match any of your preferences and needs.
A great choice for thick wavy hair, this haircut doesn’t require excessive effort to style it: just brush your fringe back and use some pomade for a sleek yet textured finish. However, you will probably need to visit a barbershop at least every 4-5 weeks to maintain this style fresh and clean.
Wavy and curly hair naturally has a lot of texture and volume which looks great accentuated by the crisp clean skin fade. Ask your barber to leave the top at least two inches long and shave the sides gradually to achieve this look.
We love the versatility of this haircut – classy and trendy at the same time. A great choice for any type of curly and wavy hair, this hairstyle is relatively low maintenance: apply some texturizing paste to push the fringe back and accentuate the texture.
Embrace the natural movement and flow of your hair with this relaxed, messy mid-length hairstyle. Some subtle bleached highlights would add to the style and emphasize the waves.
Make a statement with this bold haircut with the long curls on the top and an immaculate high skin fade on the sides and the back. Some sea salt spray and pomade will help you to achieve this perfect salon-like finish.
To get this look, specify the position of your future ponytail or bun and ask the barber to clipper cut all your hair below this point. Make sure you explain your needs as precisely as possible, to get the fade as high as you need.
Short, buzzed sides make a striking contrast with those thick, unruly curls. If you consider trying some hair dye, it’s the right time for highlights as those are high on-trend now.
When it comes to male haircuts for wavy hair, those short cuts will always be on top of the trend list. Classy and masculine, short hairstyles suit most of the head shapes and always look amazing.
Wavy hair is literally made for disconnected haircuts, like this edgy style with a longer top and seamlessly faded sides. Combine it with a crisp cut beard for the ultimate trendy look.
Subtle, but bald enough to be noticed, this haircut looks totally on point. Use a texturizing paste to tame the locks and enhance the texture or apply some get for a sleeker and more polished finish.
A perfect style for shoulder length wavy hair, men’s top knot requires some maintenance to the side and back area. Although, once you start with a great haircut, it won’t require any maintenance. Ask the barber for a hair design to highlight the immaculate fading.
Ultimately cool and stylish, this style is not for the faint-hearted. To wear a quiff hairstyle, the hair length must be at least 4-5 inches, so if you like this haircut, be prepared to grow your hair to a certain length.
Are you looking for an easy but modern and classy hairstyle for your wavy hair? This haircut is all you need: ask the barber to keep the top area longer and taper the sides using scissors.
This modern take on a mohawk is a great hairstyle for men with wavy hair. Conforming enough to be dressed down for office work or school, it is a total showstopper when styled with full volume and movement.
The longer wavy hair contrasting with a crisp bald fade looks edgy and daring. Use some polishing pomade to slick the wavy fringe back and tame all the fluff and frizz.
Although this haircut is timeless and suitable for any occasion, the low skin fade gives it a modern vibe and feel. Use a matte hair paste or clay to create that spiky finish. Is your hair too heavy to hold the shape? Make sure you use some finishing spray to keep the shape in place.
Could you pull off a mullet cut? If you have wavy or curly hair and are a guy with a good sense of style, give it a try. A low fade will make the overall look more modern and put together.
If you have thick wavy hair and prefer wearing it longer, consider wearing it back, with a quiff. To create this look, use some volumizing mousse and blow dry your hair back with a hairdryer.
Both modern and vintage, this haircut is an utter head turner. To get this cool, polished look, work some gel in your wet hair, brush them back with your fingers and let your locks part naturally.
Embrace your wavy hair texture with this edgy line-up haircut. With a subtle 90s’ vibe and a nod to a box haircut, this style looks terrific combined with messy curly texture.
The skin tight fade seamlessly blended into long, unruly waves on the crown, makes a bold contrasting look. Use plenty of hair cream or gel to give definition to your wavy hair.
One of the best features of curly and wavy hair is its ability to hold shape and plenty of volume. Ask your hairdresser or barber to leave longer strands on the top and go for a low fade on the sides to embrace your natural texture.
Short, classic sides and full, messy back perfectly represent the good old concept of the mullet cut: business at the front, party at the back. This haircut is literally made for wavy hair but if you prefer a more defined finish, use some hair cream or pomade.
If you are a person who has curly or wavy hair, you know better than we do how tricky it can be to find the right shape of the haircut. This, however, doesn’t mean that a classic tapered cut won’t work for you. Just make sure the sides are short enough to look tidy, while the top, on the opposite, is longer.
Often curly and wavy hair tends to look messy and unstructured. If you are all into sharp lines, then cutting the sides extra short would give your hairstyle that edgy look.
Longer hair at the front combined with short, tight sides and back looks just as great on wavy and curly hair as it does on straight locks. This style, however, would require some effort to style on a day to day basis.
Edgy yet relatively low maintenance, Caesar cut doesn’t require to be styled, however, you’d need to have it tidied up every 4-6 weeks. It’s definitely the right haircut for those with a strong jawline and a prominent chin.
If you like to keep your wavy hair longer but prefer a fresh and crisp look, low fade is your best bet. Brush your hair upward or wear it with a parting and make sure to use plenty of hair conditioner to look after the curls.
Embrace your curls with this stunning classic fade and long textured fringe. The sharp contouring lines of the haircut and the beard look masculine and trendy.
This haircut would suit those with tighter coil type of curls and is great for those working at the office as well as guys who are into sports. Seemingly low maintenance, this hairstyle would require to be regularly freshened up before it starts to look untidy.
Are you looking for the right cut for naturally wavy hair? This layered hairstyle might be the answer. Featuring the same length hair, razored to emphasize the texture, it’s literally one of the best wavy hairstyles.
Longer hair at the front and short disconnected sides create a modern and sophisticated look. Pair it with a well-groomed beard for a killer look.
The wolf cut, a combination of a shag cut and a mullet, is one of the currently trendy haircuts for medium and long wavy hair. Featuring curtain bangs and long wispy sides and back, it accentuates the natural hair texture.
Whilst this haircut is not for faint hearted, we are absolutely in love with it. Although you might not be brave enough to fully re-create it, it’s certainly an impressive source of inspiration.
Who said you can’t have the Elvis look if you have wavy locks? In fact, naturally wavy texture is a perfect base for creating big statement looks. Backcomb the root area and use some matte pomade to achieve this style.
This ‘tattooed’ high fade and choppy wavy top combo is utter perfection. Finish it with a brow slit and a short tidy beard.
Longer and wispier wavy fringe can help to conceal the receding hairline. Keep the sides short and tight for a classy, neat look.
If you love contrast as much as we do, you’ll love this superb classic haircut. In fact, would it even look this cool on straight hair?
An avant-garde version of the mop top haircut, this hairstyle combines a full choppy crown area, sharply shaved fringe, and an undercut. Bold and daring, this cut is perfect for those with uber thick hair.
Make a statement with this ultra snazzy cut. Extra low temple and back fade and loads of texture on the top make a fantastic contrasting look.
Wear your hair combed back with some gel, use a pomade for the laid-back, tousled look or just leave it natural – with the right cut, your wavy hair will have radiant style and allure.