Nowadays, more and more men are becoming conscious of their looks. Unlike women, most men don’t want to spend a lot of time fixing their hair. As such, many of them are looking for hairstyles that are clean and easy to maintain, but are high in style.
During the past few years, we have seen a resurgence in vintage hairstyles. You can’t go wrong with a classic look. If you are considering getting a haircut, we recommend that you go for a classic hairstyle. Not only do they look neat, they can also be worn in just about any era.
Here are 4 classic hairstyles for men.
Part refers to the division of the hair. Our hair tends to fall more to one side. To achieve this look, simply apply the product of your choice evenly throughout your hair. Create a part on one side of your head using a fine-toothed comb.
The side part is quite a distinct hairstyle that looks coy, clean and sassy. It’s a sharp, wearable do that is sure to look great in the office, formal events and even on the red carpet.
In this cut, the hair is cut over the ears with fullness on top for versatility in styling. The taper cut is a great hairstyle that offers a clean look. Consider this hairstyle if you are looking for a hairstyle that never goes out of style, but isn’t boring at the same time. Taper cut works best with medium to thick textured hair. It also suits all face shapes.
Just like other hairstyles, the slicked back hair has re-emerged and has become a go-to hairstyle for guys who are looking for a sophisticated look.
This hairstyle is all about clean lines, so it looks best in an office setting, formal occasions or when you’re wearing trousers, a cashmere sweater and hard-bottom shoes. Not every hair texture can pull off the slicked back look. This hairstyle is best suited for men with fine to medium hair.
This is one of the most polished classic hairstyles there is. Chances are you’ve sported this clean-cut style at some point in your life.
The Ivy League is a great choice for the contemporary gentlemen. In this type of haircut, the hair on top of the head is long enough so that it can be parted and combed to the side. Since the cut emphasizes neatness, it is viewed as acceptable in an office setting.