Edgy, fresh, and classy all in one, hard part hairstyles for men are some of the coolest haircuts you could try out today. In fact, they are among the top trending choices this year, and I do not see them losing momentum anytime soon.
Other than expressing refinement on individuals who sport them, this hairstyle is also an unmistakable touch of attitude that all stylish men around the world will appreciate.
Better yet, from being the foundation haircut for military hairstyles back in the ’50s these hairstyles have transformed into a more polished choice in our times.
What is the hard part haircut?
In simple terms, a hard part is a type of shaved part. Also regarded as a razor part, the cut section features a clean section that has been shaved down to the scalp using a razor or trimmer. Hard parts were also conventionally worn on the side and could work when coupled with a wide array of haircuts as well.
Having said that, even though they are useful when it comes to creating a sharp definition, this haircut requires regular maintenance if you want to stay looking polished and stylish.
Hard part vs soft part
When it comes to styling this trend, there are two primary methods you could employ. The first one is the conventional soft part and the second one is the more modern hard part.
Unlike soft hair parts that are brushed or combed in order to separate the sections, a hard part is usually shaved into place. For that reason, it delivers more contrast and definition. That said, it also tends to take a while to grow out should you ever intend to change to a different haircut.
With that in mind, let us look at the efforts that go into maintaining this hairstyle.
Grooming maintenance efforts
As I noted in the preceding section of the post, even though this hairstyle consists of a simple line that will leave you looking polished and attractive, the hairstyle still comes with its fair share of grooming wores.
After heading to your skilled barbershop, it is going to look amazing. However, after that, the cut will begin to look funky.
This implies that at some point, the once-crisp line will start looking quite odd as your hair locks begin to grow back. It is just the same as shaving your face. The stubble will still pop up again after a while.
With this haircut, you will need to commit to either consistent grooming, or you could wait things out by letting your hair gully grow its way on back out. Just remember, it is generally impossible to undo a hard part right away: considering it is has been literally shaved to the scalp.
With that introduction in mind, let us go ahead and discover these hairstyles for men below. In this enumeration, you will also find a handful of popular but unique masculine hairstyles. Let us jump right in.
30 Popular Hard Part Haircuts For Men
Colorful artsy silver, candy pink, and electric purple haircut
Like always, I would like to begin this list on a bright note (quite literally). I always encourage my creative readers to experiment with their haircuts as much as they can. This is regardless of whether it comes to cutting, styling, or colors.
In this number, I have given you an opportunity to observe a bit of both through the gentleman’s creative amalgamation of a good trim and colors.
Textured and parted pomp
A pompadour is among the few styles that can give anyone a glamorous look. The hair strands that also make the one in the image above also boast a nice texture and some subtle highlights. Apart from the pompadour, the hairstyle also boasts a sharp razor line styled on the side.
Sleek and sharp comb-over
This comb-over hairstyle works well for gentlemen who know how to style and cut it. The particular one in the image above boasts a comb-over design at the top but a side part that creates a disconnection with the skin taper fade on the sides.
A low fade plus double razor lines
This majestic hairstyle is a perfect example of what you can get if you visit an experienced ad skilled barber. The haircut has zero fades both on the back and the sides, but the two clean double lines are what make the haircut stand out as it does.
This funky haircut is a great option for gentlemen who boast a long and thick mane. It entails one leaving an upswept and thick hair at the middle of the head and chopping the sides short. You should then fade spice up the entire look with a razor line and fade the sides.
A side part and a cool quiff
A comb-over haircut at the back and a small quiff immediately in front of it are the highlights of this hard-to-beat look. Apart from the quiff, the style also boasts a hard side part as well as a tapered drop fading that can be seen on the sides.
Highlights hard part hairstyle
As opposed to my first color example, this haircut specifically highlights a more discrete approach. In case you are not into flashy shades, then you could always pick a set of highlights in blonde or any other natural shade that best suits your personal preferences.
The wispier the highlights, the subtler the end results will be.
Custom hard part hairstyle
What actually makes a great haircut stand out in the midst of millions of other haircuts will be your personal touch. In simpler words, the more you decide and try to put your imagination in the process, the more impressive your resulting haircut will turn out.
For best results, go above and beyond the norm by thinking about cool designs that will supplement your hair part.
Hard part haircut with a faux hawk
The optimum solution for gentlemen who are not sure about getting an entire Mohawk is the faux hawk haircut. Just like the name suggests, it is a recreation of the Mohawk, most usually without the back part of a normal mohawk.
You can utilize a hard to emphasize the look.
Jagged hard part undercut
In case you decide to go and get an undercut, then why not make it impossible to forget for those you come across? You can easily accomplish this through an intricate hard part. Instead of you going directly across with the surgical line that creates the hard part, simply make your lines interrupted and jagged.
Choppy and blunt blue haircut
I think no one should ever limit themselves to ideas when it comes to their haircuts. If you would like to be the center of attention wherever you go, then go against the grain and decide to truly put some thought into your new haircut.
Mixing a blunt haircut with a choppy top is just among the ideas that one can explore.
Hard part hairstyle with coloring
Once you have picked the best hard part hairstyle for your tastes, then you can express your personality further through the shade you pick. You can feel free to play around with any colors you want, from metallic tones such as silver to neon or bright colors.
Slicked back hard part
Here is yet another super classy slicked-back hair part style that still manages to pack more than enough attitude for anyone. Inspired by the rock and roll fashion, this haircut boasts a modern touch through the included taper fade.
You will also need a quality product in order to attain the style, so ensure you keep that detail in mind as you visit your barber.
Mohawk hard part hairstyle
Are you all about the punk lifestyle? Then why not go ahead and attain a Mohawk with one or even more hard parts? In the example above, you can clearly see that the young man’s barber has designed three hard parts on one side of the Mohawk.
That said, you can also choose to get them on both sides.
The v-shaped hard part
It is impossible to not have seen any V-shaped haircut by now that made you stop and admire it or them for a second. It is actually one of the haircuts that would look extremely intriguing when coupled with a hard part.
In addition, you can choose to maintain a long top or also go completely buzz cut with the general length of your long hair locks.
Long comb over hairstyle with a hard part
Naturally, in the past, it was impossible to complete a list of hard part hairstyles without talking specifically about a long comb-over hairstyle. You can even find this choice of styling having been coupled with the majority of other haircuts that also boast hard parts, owing to the gentleman allure that it comes with.
The double diagonal hard part
As we move forward with this concept of a double hard part, the image above displays another way someone can rock the haircut. Compared to all my previous examples, this hairstyle also boasts the two hard parts that have been shaved diagonally, beginning from the middle area of the gentleman’s forehead.
Long double part hard part hairstyle
Speaking of blending different styles, why don’t you get not one, but two hard parts? This haircut will provide an extremely cool optical illusion while at the same time maintaining a sleek aspect. It is generally suitable for young men as well as boys.
In addition to that, the temple fade will top off the entire haircut perfectly.
The double hard part with a surgical line
Often the best haircuts for men amalgamate into more than one style. For example, this hairstyle not only offers a hard part but also delivers an additional surgical line on the sides. What’s more? The haircut boasts a taper fade that details the entire shape of the haircut perfectly.
Flash hard part for young boys
If you would like to transport your young man to the coolest dude on the block, then show him this image and I am sure he would love to get a similar haircut. The hard part has been started as it normally should, but as it approaches the peak of the head, it then springs into an awesome flash lightning bolt design.
The hard part that has been swept up and to the side
Are you not fully drawn to the flat slicked hairstyle? You are not drawn to the idea of going directly upwards or sideways with your hair strands either? Then I think experimenting with this haircut that brings out the best of both worlds together with plenty of dynamism is your best option.
Medium length hard part hairstyle
Would you like a haircut that is easy to maintain, but is not too short? Then I think you would love to try out this hard part hairstyle. The locks at the top are medium length, and the taper that comes with the haircut also has its back and sides subtly shaved down and subtly faded.
The curly haircut with an asymmetrical hard part
You will frequently see hard parts where a part would usually be, or if not, part of an undercut. Nonetheless, this curly haircut will go above and beyond in regards to the placement of the hard part. Instead of following the usual corner of the line-up, the cut begins closer to the middle in order to deliver the striking effect you can see in the image above.
Crew cut hard part hairstyle
Hard part hairstyles do not always need to be rocked with long or medium length hair. In fact, a hard part will look exceptionally well with a short haircut such as the crew cut as well. What also caught my attention in the image above is the smooth gradient that was provided by the fade.
The short and wavy hard part
Another short hair way to wear a small hard part is simply by shortening it and adding waves to the hair. As opposed to other small parts I talked about earlier, this haircut is razor straight. It also completes the 360 degrees waves style in an original and fresh way.
Formal hard part hairstyle
Regardless of whether you are seeking a smart haircut of your young boy or are simply planning to attend a formal event yourself, allow me to present to you the ideal approach to your haircut.
Even though the haircut is polished, you can also wear it afterward in casual situations.
Wavy hard part
To continue my list on creativity, take some time to think about what form of the hard part haircut you would like to try out. A wavy style like the one above will, without a doubt, make you stand out in a big crowd in the coolest way. But feel free to change the cut. Any other angle that is not very common can attain the same result.
A deep defined part with a curl up
Now, this is among the sharpest I have ever come across. It has been designed with surgical precision. Even though it might be a bit deep for some individuals, I guarantee you that it will be a haircut that is impossible to forget.
I also loved the curled-up styling for the bangs.
The diagonal hard part hairstyle
This haircut does not need to go straight down your head. As a matter of fact, plenty of hard part hairstyles will look even more interesting when coupled with a uniquely shaped part. For a simple but efficient haircut, see if a diagonal part could be what you are looking for.
Tight and high hard part haircut
The same way I started the enumeration on a high note, allow me to complete it on a higher note as well with a simple, but effective hard part cut.
This haircut is among the top trending haircuts for gentlemen with short hair this year. To own yours and make it more remarkable, simply follow the line of the high and tight with a part. You can also continue with a skin fade to attain the contrast.