This traditional menís cut is updated by adding curved lines into the tapering on the sides to create a more rounded look. The side
part is a classic detail and serves as a breaking line for the redirection of the hair in styling. The rounded cutting lines are used
equally in the top section of the head and the short fringe of the front hairline is lightly-textured with some point-cutting. The
look is styled by most likely using a mousse or gel product and blow-drying the hair using a flat-paddle, natural-bristle brush with
a touch of smoothing serum.