Stand Out in a Crowd With These Trendy Design Haircuts

Don't try this at home.

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A Work of Art In Hair

When a Regular Bald Fade Won't Do Courtesy of Entering The Art Zone | enteringtheartzone.com. Entering The Art Zone

A Little Off the Top and Some Swirls on the Side

During a recent trip to Miami, I noticed several young guys with very detailed designs shaved into the sides of their heads. These design lines are sometimes called tramlines. I'm noticing the trend here in Atlanta lately as well, mostly among young Latino men. Entering the Art Zone has even produced a DVD aimed at barbers and stylists showing how to create these men's design haircuts.

While not a look most guys can even think of pulling off, these works of art in hair really make a bold statement. As the designs will quickly grow out and begin to look rough, maintaining this type of cut will require frequent trips to the barber.

What started out as a tight fade has become an intricate work of art for this client. The design pattern continues down into the beard as well. Keep reading for a few more intricate designs.

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A Faux Hawk with Grafitti

This Faux Hawk Has Style Courtesy of Entering The Art Zone | enteringtheartzone.com. Entering The Art Zone

This standard Faux Hawk is given street cred with a cool design which continues down into a sculpted beard.

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A Mohawk and Then Some

The Mohawk Gets Some Added Flair Courtesy of Entering The Art Zone | enteringtheartzone.com. Entering The Art Zone

Most guys couldn't even dream of pulling off a mohawk -- especially this one with it's cool designs shaved into the sides.

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A Faux Hawk, A Mullet, and Some Stripes

An Alternative Option © Amir Kaljikovic | Dreamstime.com.

This is like three haircuts on one. Take one part mullet, one part faux hawk, and throw in a dash of stripes for a look that says, "I really don't care what you think, but look at my hair!"

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Beard with Designs

A Shaved Design in Facial Hair Courtesy of Entering The Art Zone | enteringtheartzone.com. Entering The Art Zone

Don't attempt this one at home! A detailed beard like this requires a barber with a steady hand and an eye for flair.