The flat top goes high-brow. Far from the classic sock-hop and drive-in movie crowd, this flat top cut keeps the classic lines that make it eternally masculine. However, it's the details that make all the difference.
The top section is a little too long for the classic style and the angles are subsequently altered. This takes the look from old-fashioned, to fashion-forward. Styling is still product driven, using firm-hold gels, pastes, waxes and pomades to give the hair structure and strength.
Collection: Men's Hairdresser of the Year
Hair: Jamie Stevens for Errol Douglas
High and tight male haircut
Men's hairstyle with clipped sides