Short on the sides, longer on top. That’s the essence of a classic undercut, which works with various styles of men’s hai
Here’s a top men’s haircut that seems like it should have gone out of style at some point, but never has. And if you think it looks dated, we’ll let you be the one to inform David Beckham
Just how timeless is the men’s side part, you ask? Timeless enough to straddle six decades or more, as evidenced by the perennial appeal of Don Draper’s slicked back approach.
Epically long beards are all the rage these days, but we’re not convinced they won’t one day be viewed as a relic of their time
True to its name, the buzz cut puts the electric buzzer to use, going short on all sides. It wades in and out of popular culture on a regular basis
If a men’s haircut has been in style since the days of Roman emperors, one can safely assume its status won’t be changing anytime soon.
Best described as purposefully unkempt, the messy waves hairstyle requires more maintenance and intent than first meets the eye.
If there was a time when short dreads were anything but awesome, we aren’t aware of it. Once popularised by painter Jean-Michel Basquiat, this men’s hairstyle requires copious amounts of time and control
Like the trusty side part, the slicked back haircut has been a mainstay in the business world for decades. As such, it remains synonymous with the utmost tier of power and professionalism.
We might have poked fun at 80s glam metal haircuts in the introduction, but don’t let that deter you from growing out your god-given follicles