This classic hairstyle features tapered sides to enhance the slim lines of the face. The perimeter is cut in the traditional manner for a
man’s haircut: around the ears and low along the nape of the neck with clean, sharp corners.
The upper portions of the head – above the
parietal ridge, and in the top and crown sections – are kept longer to allow for movement and fullness. The ends of these longer
sections are textured using a razor for softness at the edges, particularly in the fringe area.
Styling the hair by blow-drying
with a texturing product means that the hair has a defined finish, and a glossy shine, and the hair seems plumper and fuller.