The disconnected undercut is a stylish cool haircut for men that continues to be popular in 2017. As one of two main types of undercut hairstyles, this men’s disconnected haircut is characterized by one length of short hair on the sides with no taper or fade, resulting in a sharp contrast with your hair on top. This noticeable difference in length between the very short hair on the sides and longer hair on top creates the disconnected undercut hairstyle.
One reason modern disconnected men’s haircuts are so popular is because the undercut can be combined with many different kinds of hairstyles. For example, guys can choose a disconnected quiff or side part, or get an undercut comb over, pompadour or slicked back. Despite both styles being different ways to cut the hair on the sides, men can even pick to get an undercut fade. Ultimately, this cut goes with any “short sides, long top” style for guys.
Disconnected Undercut Hairstyles
To help you visualize the disconnected undercut and determine whether it’s a good look for you, check out the variety of classic disconnected haircuts below. From an undercut with short hair to variations for long hair, you’ll find the best disconnected undercut hairstyles to try in 2017.
Undercut Comb Over
Textured Slicked Back Hair with Disconnected Undercut
Disconnected Side Part
Curly Hair Undercut
Thick Slick Back with Undercut
Disconnected Undercut with Textured Spiky Hair
Undercut with Pompadour Comb Over
Quiff with Disconnected Undercut
Textured Pomp Comb Over with Hard Part
French Crop with Undercut
High Skin Fade with Combed Over Pompadour
Curly Hair Fringe with Beard
Disconnected Undercut Comb Over
Slicked Back Undercut with Beard
Disconnected Short Pompadour with Hard Part
Undercut with Beard and Side Swept Top
Disconnected Brushed Back Hair with Beard
Messy Brushed Up Hair with Short Sides
Slicked Back Hair with Disconnected Sides