Men’s haircut designs can be elaborate or simple. The head can be a canvas for a portrait of your favorite artist or athlete. Or if you want something just a little bit more subtle, these haircut designs with lines are a cool finishing touch to any haircut.
There are countless ways to wear men’s haircut with lines. The line can be straight, angled, single, double, V-shaped, or arced and that’s only including the looks we’ve seen.
Another element of shaved lines is placement. Anywhere around the sides and back of the head works from the temple to behind the ear to the neckline. Lines are often cut into fades but they are effective in short hair, especially dark hair. Go the next step by continuing a line through an eyebrow or beard.
Last but not least, a shaved line works with any men’s haircut from a trendy crop to a
The temple is a natural place to add a hair design. It emphasizes a mid fade as well as this cool textured sweep back, although it suits any hairstyle. If you don’t want the hair design to be visible from the front, add a surprise line behind an ear or at the back of the head. Go with the flow of the fade or against it. Both look good.
Low Fade Haircut with Line
This high volume pomp fade has just enough of a fade to add a shaved line at the temple. The straight channel contrasts with arc of the low fade and quiff.
Line on Side
The combination of a side part, shaved line, and strip of hair over a skin fade look like three parallel lines. Get the look on both sides of the head or just one.
Spikes + Slash
Spiky hair is back in a big way. The shape of this shave line is similar to the pointed spike but set on an angle.
This slash appears to continue from the mid fade through the ear and out into the beard.
Line + Eyebrow Cut
Another place to continue a line hair design is in the brow.
Double Line Haircut
And finally, a hot new trend for 2019, the neckline hair design. This version combines a unique neckline shape with a two slashed for extra punctuation.