Toddler Boy Haircut Styles

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Toddler Boy Haircut Styles
Bring along toys to distract him at the barber shop. (Dynamic Graphics/Creatas/Getty Images)

Style your little guy into a little man with a haircut to suit his personality. Boys are active and tend to sit still for a very short time; therefore, choose a style that is easy to maintain with both his and your busy lifestyle. In addition, pay attention to his hair texture and any cowlicks he may have to pick a style that works with them.

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Crew Cut

Easy to maintain with a simple wash and dry, the crew cut is a quick style for little boys. The simple cut is done using clippers and guard sized to your preference. The higher the guard number, the longer the cut. Save money with the crew cut by purchasing clippers at a hair supply store, and cutting your little guy's hair when it starts to get long. This cut offers worry-free morning styling so you and your little boy can get out the door in no time.

Cool Rocker Style

The spike is a favourite among parents because any little boy can pull off the cool rocker dude style. Spiked hair is cut slightly longer on top, and short on the sides. The top is styled with gel or hairspray so it stands up. Parents and toddlers who want to push the limits a little further can cut the hair into a short Mohawk. The sides are short while a vertical hair line from the crown of the head to the centre of forehead is spiked. Both hairstyles will take time to fix in the morning.

Side Sweep

Little boys who are dressing up for a night out will look fabulous in a side-sweep hairstyle. Cut the hair slightly longer throughout, with a clean back and around the ears. Style the hair with a side part and comb it toward the opposite side of the head. Another way to style is to part the hair down the centre and comb the hair to the right and left of the part. This hairstyle may require a little styling in the morning, especially if he slept with wet hair.

Shaggy 'Do

Let it grow with just a trim occasionally. Kids who are extremely scared of the barber or who want to pull off the surfer look can grow their hair out. Trim longer hair every six weeks to remove the dead ends. Just let hair fall along the sides of his head. Trim the fringe if it gets in his eyes, or if he complains of its length. Avoid sending him to bed with wet hair because it will be messy and tangled in the morning.

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