Style Cuts For Men

style cuts

A style cut is a haircut that changes the overall length of a man’s hair. These cuts can be very short or long and can be straight, wavy or curly. A great style cut will flatter your face, make you look younger and give you a timeless look that will always be stylish!

There are many types of styles that you can choose from, so it is important to pick a hairstyle that will complement your features and personal tastes. It is also very important to take photos of the style you would like to have as it will help your stylist know what you want to achieve with the cut.

1. Buzzcut / Short Crew

A short hairstyle with long locks on the sides that are tapered at the front to the back (the top can be combed over, slicked back or left as it is). This cut has a classic American touch and is popular with men.

2. Pixie Cut / Bob

A classic pixie cut is a good choice for those who have thin or fine hair. It is a great way to show off your personality and get attention.

3. Side Part

A side part is a great choice for women who want to show off their natural hair texture without having to worry about cutting it. This cut is also a good choice for those who don’t want to risk cutting their hair too short, as it allows you to keep your natural length on the top while still having the option of getting a shorter or longer style at any time.

4. French Bob / Lob

A French bob is a great choice for those who have curly or straight hair, as this type of haircut has a soft and elegant look. It is a great option for women who need to look professional yet attractive at the same time.

5. Side Swept Bangs / Feathered Hair

A feathered hairstyle is a popular hairstyle for both men and women. This style typically has a fringe (bangs) and is often shorter than the average bob.

6. Side Part / Fade & Crop

A fade and crop is a great style for those who have short or medium length hair. It can be a short fade at the sides and back (High Fade), or a more long-lasting style that starts at the temples and ends low or high on the side and back.

7. Modern Mullet / Burst Fade

Paul Mescal, seen at Paris Fashion Week, is one of those people who are able to pull off a mullet with such ease and grace. This mullet has the same look on the side as it does from the front, with tight sideburns and some shag at the rear.

The key to achieving the perfect mullet is having it cut correctly. It needs to be a little thicker at the roots and a bit thinner at the ends, so you need to ask your barber what will look best on you and how much to cut off. They can tell you if the style is too harsh for your hair or not enough volume and how to maintain it so that it keeps its shape.