• Friday, June 24, 2022


Two Block Haircut Styles for Modern Men and Women

By: Eastern Eye Staff

You know what’s hot right now? The two block haircut. It’s all in the name, really. That’s how much time you’ll need to spend on this style and it doesn’t matter if you’re a pro or not-everyone can rock this look! All that is required are scissors, some hair chalk, and a comb.

The two block haircut is so simple that anyone can do it, whether they are experienced stylists or not. You do not need a sophisticated haircut to transform your looks. Let us see some of the styles you can rock with:

  1. Cluttered Mop Top

A hairstylist will use clippers on the back and sides for a beautiful, voluminous hairstyle. The locks on the upper part are left elongated to reveal the locks’ natural wavy texture and offer it a messy look that is perfect for casual situations like school or work. According to MensHaircuts, if you are looking for a casual hairstyle that is easy to style and versatile, this will be a perfect pick.

  1. Combined Two Block Hairstyle

Need something less vibrant but at the same classic and fashionable? The two block haircut is the perfect length for men who want to show off their hair, but prefer not to have it too long. The buzz cut on this style starts at a uniform level and goes all around your head as one even layer of shortness. This look can be parted or styled in any way you like!


  1. Casual and Tidy

The two block haircut is a popular style for both males and females. It starts with the hair being buzzed short at the temples but leaves enough length up top to style behind your ears.

The two-block cut features an edgy look that can be worn by either gender, and it also provides plenty of versatility in terms of styling options: you could leave everything long on top or keep just one side cropped close while leaving another longer – depending which way you want people looking!

  1. Coiffed Top

Make your hair look like a million bucks with just some extra time and effort without compromising style. You can make it happen by styling an asymmetrical cut that leaves the sides of your head very short while leaving more length on top, perfect for people who want to go from glamorous to edgy in seconds!

  1. Modern Bowl Cut

This haircut is a good choice for those who want to avoid the hassle and expense of getting their hair cut regularly. It’s also great if you prefer your hairstyle to look like it has more volume or length than what would be possible with regular haircuts!

This style will leave some new growth underneath so that you do not have to get another haircut too soon. However, you should be ready for regular visit to your barber for touchups.


  1. Sleek Pompadour

This two block haircut style is for the daring and experimental. It doesn’t have to be a pompadour but you can slick it back into one if that’s what your heart desires. You can also style this look over or straightforward, whichever looks better on your face shape and complexion!

  1. Flat Head Friendly

You’ll never want to style your hair again!

The mix of long and short styles will give you a cut that is effortless, easy to maintain, and low-maintenance. Achieving this look starts with cutting the sides shorter than the top so they provide contrast for achieving balance in our asymmetrical world.

The back can be left longer or trimmed just enough for an edgy finish while still keeping it comfortable when playing around on all fours as kids do best – after all we’re not getting any younger!

  1. paired Two Block Style

The magical silver-platinum hue on the top is reminiscent of ice. Make a braid out of your hair and leave it hanging down with one side unfettered by any style to create an even more chilly feeling for this style.

  1. Textured with Highlights

The top part of this style has a wavy texture that is highlighted with strategically placed highlights. The tresses on the sides are harder to identify, but they have been shaved short and up towards the temple for maximum effect.

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