Seen here, Tom’s hair is worn in a modified “Ivy League” cut, characterized by an elongated fringe area and longer lengths on the top.
The cut is good for many men, especially those with straighter hair types with medium to fine texture.
The Cut: To get this look, cut the perimeter of the hair as you would a traditional man’s cut. The sides and back should
be layered to approximately 1 to 1-1/2 inches, gradually increasing in length to around 2 inches at the crown area and 3 to 4 inches at
the fringe area. The hair can be textured by point cutting or using a razor tool as desired.
The Style: Shown, here, the cut is styled with a side parting and is pretty much a simply blow-out finish. Blow dry
the hair, after plying it with leave-in conditioner and the styling product you prefer, until the hair is mostly dry. Use a small amount
of styling wax between the fingers to muss the hair slightly and give some definition to the style.