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6 Super Cute Hairstyles For Toddler Boys

Cute Hairstyles For Toddlers

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Discovering haircuts for girls is always a super easy task. But if you have a little toddler boy at home, you may be thinking that the options are limited.

“No mommy, that is definitely not correct”, is what your young toddler may say. Styling your toddler boy is actually a lot of fun. If you are planning on giving your boy a haircut, there are many styles that you can actually choose from. You may be planning on getting a first haircut for your toddler or want to change the style a bit. Read on to check out some interesting and trendy hairstyles for toddler boys that can be sported with spunk!

6 Best Ideas For Toddler Boy Hairstyles:

These easy to create and very stylish toddler boys hairstyles are easy to manage. You can always tell your stylist, to cut it a little differently based on your toddler’s comfort factor.

1. Buzz At The Sides And Long At The Crown And Middle:

This hair cut is quite a rage among older boys and is becoming very popular in the toddler boys’

fashion world too!

For This Look:

  • The hair needs to be neatly parted to reveal a separate section at the crown and at the top of his head.
  • Ensure this portion is combed out to the front and clipped separately.
  • For the remaining part of the hair on the sides and back, ask your stylist to trim it very short.
  • It will almost be like a buzz cut or an army cut.
  • Let the hair on the top part remain long.

You can always get it trimmed in a way that it is long yet does not trouble your toddler’s eyes.

[ Read: Hairstyles For Toddler Girls ]

2. The Cute Faux Hawk:

Give your toddler boy his very own version of the Mohawk – the faux hawk!

For This Look:

  • The hair needs to be neatly parted to reveal a separate section in at the crown and at the middle, on the top of his head.
  • Ensure this portion is combed out to the front and clipped separately.
  • For the remaining hair on the sides and back, ask your stylist to trim it short.
  • Ask the stylist to cut the hair on the top short, but ensure it is not cut too short.
  • Spike this up into a kiddie Mohawk, to create a faux hawk.

3. Longer And Spikier Faux Hawk Version:

This is a little longer and a spikier version of the same style, as the previous one – the cute faux hawk.

For This Look:

  • The hair needs to be neatly parted, to reveal a separate section at the crown and in the middle ,at the top of the head.
  • Ensure this portion is combed out to the front and clipped separately.
  • For the remaining hair on the sides and back, ask your stylist to trim it short.
  • Ask the stylist to cut the hair on the top and leave it a little long.
  • Spike this up into a kiddie Mohawk to create a faux hawk.

4. Spikey In The Front:

This is yet another funky, yet easy to manage look for your toddler boy.

For This Look:

  • Ask your stylist to part your son’s hair at the side.
  • Cut off the sides in a short trim but nothing too short.
  • Keep a separate section in the front that looks like a bang.
  • Instead of cutting the hair diagonally or snipping through, ask your stylist to let it be the way it is.
  • Spike this up using only the bangs.
  • Comb the rest of the hair in a parting which is sideways.

5. Very Short Spike Hair:

This is a very short version of the previously shared faux hawk hair cut styles.

For This Look:

  • Ask your stylist to part your toddler boy’s hair at the side.
  • Make sure the hair at the top of the head is left separate.
  • Ask your stylist to cut the hair at the sides short.
  • The hair at the top should also be cut short, but longer than the hair at the sides.
  • You can bunch it up into a cute faux hawk.

[ Read: Causes Of Hair Loss In Toddlers ]

6. Simple Long Bangs:

This is one of the simplest ,yet cutest haircuts you could get for your toddler boy.

For This Look:

  • Ask your stylist to comb out the hair all over the head and bring it to the front.
  • Let your stylist cut it only to even it out.
  • The hair when combed to the front, should reach till above your toddler boy’s eyes.
  • It should ideally reach the eyebrows.
  • Comb it out and leave it as it is.

These cute toddler boy hairstyles are sure to give all that added spunk and style. Be sure you are covering your toddler properly while getting the haircut done. Also check with your stylist if one of the parents can sit with the toddler in their lap.

If this is the first hair cut for your toddler boy,you can start preparing your toddler in advance, by playing some hair related games or letting your toddler visit a salon.