It has not always been easy finding the right Mexican Haircut for three main reasons; it’s often too smooth, textured, and silky.
However, nowadays things are different.
There are several stylish, simple, and awesome Hispanic hairstyles that have taken root as the true reflection of the Latino hair styling culture.
And in this post, I’ll show you pictures of the top 15 Mexican haircuts you can try today.
Here’s they are:
Textured Brush Back Taper Fade
The textured brush back taper fade is a combination of different styles to achieve a stylish yet modern Mexican taper fade. This haircut looks good and gets even better when combined with a properly maintained beard.
Side Part Skin Fade
The Side Part Skin Fade is also a very common Mexican fade haircut. It’s quite easy to do, looks great on just about anyone, and is ideal for men with ink (tattoos) on parts of their scalp.
Spikey Faux Hawk
The Faux Hawk is known to be a stylish haircut. But when you combine it with a proper mid fade and spikes on the top hair, it makes for a great and trendy hairstyle.
Mid Skin Shadow Fade
The Mid Skin Shadow Fade is as hot as it sounds. It is one of the best Hispanic haircuts because it looks great and the fact that Mexican hair is often curly and silky means that you won’t have a hard time achieving this hairstyle.
Spiky Hair High Fades
Common among the boys, a Spiky Hair High Fade gives you a sharp, strong, and masculine look that will leave a lasting impression on just about anyone you meet.
Low Fade Curly Hair Fringe
Low Fade Curly Hair Fringes are awesome Mexican hairstyles male that are trending nowadays. And that’s because they not only look great but also work easily with the “usually curly” Mexican hair to create cool and stylish looks.
Faded Comb Over Side Part
The Faded Comb Over Side Part is a combination of three hairstyles; fades, Comb overs, and side parts. The result is a haircut that adds some flair to the traditional comb-over or side part to create a classy and stylish hairstyle for any trendy Latino Man today.
High Fade Shape Up Quiff
Elegance is the best word to use when describing a Quiff. However, when you combine this iconic hairstyle with a high fade shape up, the result is a marvelous, unique, and modern haircut.
Low Fade Blowout
The Low Fade Blowout is yet another one of the most common Hispanic haircuts today. It is ideal for fade lovers who have curly hair. But that doesn’t rule out men with straight hair; it can still work for them.
Messy Hair with Low Bald Fade
Despite not being a traditional Mexican hairstyle, a low fade with messy hair is a statement on its own. This haircut is ideal for today’s modern, carefree, and creative Mexican gent.
Other Awesome Latino haircuts Worth Trying
Textured Top Temp Fades with Part
High Fade Pompadour
Low Skin Fade Buzz Cuts
The Slick Back Undercut
Lined-Up Burst Fade Mohawk
Well, these are just about all of the best Mexican hairstyles that are still popular today.
Did you find one that might look great on you?
If so, be sure to let me know along with any questions you may have in the comments section below.
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