Here we see a flaxen-haired young man with a variation of the classic Princeton or Collegiate haircut. The haircut is characterized by the
shorter, tapered back and sides with the increasing length as one moves forward in the top section to the longest portion of the hair
resting in the fringe area.
Of course, the lengths shown here are considerably greater than in the traditional version of the haircut,
but the proportions are the same. The hair is textured with a point-cutting technique for a slightly feathered look.
the use of a blow-dryer and brush with a light styling product followed by a dab of pomade used to add definition with the fingertips. The best description is artfully mussed.