Medium-length top crop suits these waves. Let them get ready in the mornings if they're dishevelled.
To make this style, you want to keep the sides short and style the top to the length you want.
I love curls. They're maintained short to be appreciated more, and the sides give them attention.
Some boys appreciate looking like James Dean. This look requires slicked-back hair.
All the way through! Let your little one live out their dreams of being a rock star by giving them a full-blown mohawk.
A simple and thin hardline can make all the difference in a brush-up. Let's cleanly appreciate the shorter sides.
Playful layers might be all you need to make any haircut for straight hair look better. It's perfect for this scissor crop!
It's only hair. If your child has been begging for dye, ask your barber if they have any they can use on them.
If your kid is as spoiled as any of these styles, he'll love the look when he sees himself in the mirror.
Thick, curly hair can be a pain for them sometimes, but if they style it right, it doesn't have to be cut all the way off.