Even as trends move to longer menís cuts, the shorter styles receive a texturing treatment. This short, layered look is closely
tapered along the sides and back and left longer in the top section. The classic lines of the traditional menís cut are followed
while all of the lengths are strongly textured with a chipped-in texturing technique. This gives the hair a chunky feel without the
bulk usually associated with such styles. Styling the hair involves the use of a blow-dryer and vented brush with a malleable
(probably wax-based) product to add structure to fine hair and give definition to the strands.