Of course, short hair is usually the staple of menís styles. Here we have a modern classic in menís hairstyles with slightly longer hair in the top and upper sides, and sharp tapering along the perimeter and in the nape areas.
The foreground and the fringe areas are cut slightly longer and blended back into the base lengths. The perimeter line around the ears follows traditional menís form (framing the ear and featuring a well-groomed sideburn
blocked off at the mid-point of the ear). The styling is simple: a side parting, softened with a fringe and forward edge swept slightly up and across the forehead. The layers of the hair are point cut to add detail and
texture to the look, while the styling emphasizes a soft, well-groomed look. Itís a look that would be welcome in both professional and casual settings.