The key to good haircuts for men who suffer from hair loss is to embrace your look. No matter which of these haircuts you decide to get, you just have to own your style and feel good in your own skin. Of course, having the right well-kept haircut can hide some of your hair loss and thinning.
A quick tip: Keeping your hair short and adding a fade on the sides tends to work well. These looks will require styling and periodic trips to the barber, but as you are about to see, they’re totally worth it.
Jude law is the perfect example of this haircut for men with a receding hairline. It’s about an inch long all the way around so he has some length but not too much. He also adds height so his hairline isn’t as prominent.
With this classic cut you can hide a receding hairline in style. Adding a high fade on the sides can keep your look youthful and hide a receding hairline even more.
Another classic that's simple yet effective. You can use this to hide a receding hairline and hide any balding on the top. You can even spice it up by adding a fade or taper on the sides.
Spiky Top With Fade
This is a bit of a youthful look but also quite effective. Adding height to a hairstyle can help hide any balding that's happening on the top. As you can see, it also looks great when the spikes are pushed forward.
This cut may not be loved by everyone but it can do the trick. Adding some height by spiking it a bit also adds a little something extra to this look.
This look and variations on it are very popular. These are awesome haircuts for men who want to want to hide any bald spots on the top. When styling, you can keep it a little messy or try it neat. Either way, you can’t go wrong with the quiff.
This is the perfect example of an old style made new again. The pompadour will look great on all ages and hide any of those bald spots on top. Adding a hard part and well-kept beard is icing on the cake.
Many are known for rocking this look, but none more-s0 than our friend Jason Statham. Keeping it buzzed, maybe adding a bit of a fade if possible, is a way to embrace the hair loss without shaving it all off completely.
When Prince William was in the earlier stages of his hair loss he rocked this style by keeping it fuzzy on the top to add some texture and hide some of the thinning.
This can be a great way to hide a receding hairline and any balding on the top or crown. You can also try shaved or faded sides to add some youthfulness to this look.
Similar to the combed back look, this is a great haircut for men with hair loss at the hairline or the top.
You also can’t go wrong with the ultimate look that truly embraces your hair loss. Bryan Cranston in "Breaking Bad" is quintessential badass due to his bald top.
These are all great haircuts for men that can help hide hair loss, but Shapiro MD can help too. Instead of hiding your hair loss why not fix it? With our finasteride and 5% Minoxidil Serum, you can not only fight your hair loss but even regrow lost hair. Then, you can still rock any of these looks.