This menís haircut harkens back to the traditional looks of past ages. The style is very clean-cut and precise. The sides and back of the head are most-easily cut using clippers and carefully graduate to short, choppy
layering in the top and upper-crown sections.
In this instance the sides (and likely the back) appear to be cut using a #3 guard while the longest portions of the tops section are at most 2.5 inches (6.25 cm) in length.
Styling is blown-out with a structuring paste to give firmness and texture to the hair. This makes the uneven ends most visible and keeps the shortest lengths directed and aligned as desired.