Hereís another modern menís haircut that takes from traditional forms and brings them to the present. The perimeter follows tradition by offering a definitive sideburn and elongated nape, while the weight line of the
cut angles gently from the forehead all the way down to behind the ears in a classic bowl pattern almost. The usual bulkiness of the bowl cut is mitigated by gentle layering and the deep texturing of the hair is to
create tendrils in the finished ends.
A blow-dry styling with sculpting gel or paste to a mostly-dry state is a great start to this hairstyle and is probably finished using a pomade or perhaps a dab of smoothing serum to
finger through the hair and make a mussed arrangement.