6 Toddler Boys Haircuts That Will Blow Your Mind

toddler boys haircuts

I’m sure there are a lot of changes you want to make for him. And if you are reading this article, a new haircut is probably what you are thinking about. I think it’s an excellent and brilliant idea. Summer is coming and your kid is not so little anymore. He needs to have a new hairstyle for upcoming vacations.

In the following content, I’m bringing you 6 toddler boys haircuts that your boy will definitely love. Check them out to find out!

The Best Hairstyles for Toddlers That You Should Know

1. Artistic style

If your boy wants to have a new outlook but still keeps the length of his hair, this one will be perfect. Furthermore, the most appropriate style for cowclick is always a long haircut. It can cover all the shortcomings on your toddler’s head, including cowclicks on both of the front and the back.

This one is especially for long hair and your kid can even look extremely artistic in this hairstyle.

How to have it:

  • Gather all of your boy’s hair in one hand and brush all the tangles or knots. You need to brush evenly on both sides to make it easier to cut.
  • Ask your boy or decide yourself how long you want his hair to be cut. Mark it.
  • Use a long clamp, the type that you often see in salons, to tie up your boy’s hair right at the point you mark.
  • Cut all the hair beneath the clamp. Feel free to choose the way to cut. Vertical or Horizontal style is the most common ones that you can try.
  • If you find your boy’s hair a little longer than you expect, repeat all the steps to have the hairstyle you want.

Not recommend:

Almost every kid will love this haircut. However, it’s not for incredibly straight or curly hair because it will not achieve a necessary bobbing level.

2. Curly haircuts

Curly haircuts

One of the cute toddler hairstyles that I would like to introduce to you today is this curly style. It will make your kid look adorable and friendly. If he has bright skin and a plump face, the hair can even optimize its effects. Your boy will love it.

How to have it:

There are many ways for you to get your boy’s hair from straight to curly. But, I will show you the quickest and easiest method, which takes only 10 or 15 minutes.

  • Start with wet hair. Wash your kid’s hair first before working on styling
  • Use hairspray, whichever type for curly hair that you can find in the market, and spray it on your boy’s hair. Make sure that you begin from the roots to the tips of his hair and lift all the locks up for the spray to go through. In that way, the hair will be able to keep its fluffiness and natural curls
  • Bring all your boy’s hair forward
  • Unleash the nozzle on your dryer and start drying his hair. That will make it dry more quickly and the curls look more natural
  • Use your hand to scrunch and lift his hair to make the locks look curly.

Not recommend:

This hairstyle is suitable for every kid.

3. Straight hair

You love simplicity without particular care for your kid? Try straight hair. It’s also one of the most mother’s favorite toddler boys haircuts in recent years. Due to its beauty and cuteness, your boy will absolutely like it. And if he has pin straight hair, the style will be a perfect match.

How to have it:

You can go to a hairdresser’s to have the cuts and trims more even. Nevertheless, if you have some talents and experiences in styling hair, here is what you can do to get straight hair for your boy at home:

  • Take out two eggs and two tablespoons of olive oil. Mix it well
  • Apply the mixture to your boy’s hair and leave it one hour
  • Wash his hair with shampoo
  • Cut the bang with a pair of scissors and trim down the sides with clippers. Measure the length yourself to create a perfect haircut for your kid
  • Dry his hair and wait until he looks into a mirror

Not recommend:

Extreme curly hair may have some difficulties working on this style. If your boy has curly hair and wants to have this haircut, he needs to apply the mixture of eggs and olive oil twice a week to maintain it.

4. Wavy hair

Wavy hair

If your son has had thick waves since he was born, this hairstyle will be just perfect. Moreover, it’s suitable when he dislikes both long and short hair. The style will make his face stand out and particularly smarter.

How to have it:

Today, I will share with you a plain method without gel.

  • Start with wet hair. Wash your kid’s hair first before working on styling
  • Brush his hair to the direction you want
  • Use a hairdryer to blow on the locks and your fingers to make twists and turns on them. Remember to do those at the same time. Each lock only needs a couple of seconds. If you don’t like the heat, you can use a perm.

Not recommended:

It’s lucky that any one can look nice in this hairstyle, even long-hair-boys. One tip for you is that if your boy’s hair is too short in some places to make twists and turns, you can just scrunch it to make the locks wavy.

And in any case when you choose to use a perm, remember that it will stay permanent and may need some chemical intervention to hold the hair in place. Therefore, choose wisely before making any decisions.

5. Round and short hair

In my opinion, it is a fantastic hairstyle for 2 years old. If you kid is blonde, he’s going to look even cuter and more handsome. Don’t be shy to let your kid try this hairstyle. It will flatter his forehead and his sappy face.

How to have it:

  • Start with wet hair. Wash your kid’s hair first before working on styling
  • Trim down the hair on both of his sides and behind his head with a clipper and leave the top. Depending on your boy’s desire, you can choose how long you can cut. However, trimming as short as possible often makes the hairstyle look the most gorgeous.
  • Brush the hair on his top to whichever side you want
  • Cut the tips of the locks with a scissor. Each type of hair will have a different recommended length to cut. For thin hair, it’s better to cut about 1 inch. And for thick hair, 0.5 inch is wonderful.
  • Sweep the hair on your boy’s top to one side and start drying. The final result will appear soon.

Not recommend:

This hairstyle is suitable for every kid.

6. Under-cut

Under-cut

The last one is for fine hair and kids with thick hair. The style will make your kid’s hair much thinner and neater. In summer, he will never have to worry about feeling too hot or irritating because the locks scrub onto his pape or the bang is wispy on his forehead.

How to have it:

  • Start with wet hair. Wash your kid’s hair first before working on styling
  • Trim down the hair on both of his sides and behind his head with a clipper and leave the top. Depending on your boy’s desire, you can choose how long you can cut.
  • Cut the top vertically or horizontally.
  • Brush the hair on his top to whichever side you want
  • Apply some wax to hold your boy’s hair in its place

Not recommend:

This hairstyle is easy to style. But, if your kid has thin hair and a little soft, the haircut may not look beautiful on him because his hair can easily become too flat and everyone can see his scalp clearly.

Finally…

I hope you have chosen the most appropriate haircut for your kid after reading my article. If you have any questions, feel free to comment down below. I would love to answer. Moreover, do share this writing if you think that it will help your friends’ kids to have a brand new hairstyle.

Thank you for reading my article about toddler boys haircuts and I will see you in my subsequent writings.

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