Men’s hair styles have seen a rather dramatic change in the last three or four years. In fact, these changes might be more than what has taken place in recent years. While there are still the classical looks, some of the more recent, trendy cuts combine elements from different decades, offering a slick look from the 20s with a punk rocker of the 80s and even a touch of the bowl cut in the 90s. Fashion has a way of coming around full circle and the same is true with hairstyles and beauty design as well. For anyone who is looking for a potential short hair cut style, they just need to look over what is hot, what is trendy and what would look good with their facial structure. For more specifics on what style would look good, consulting with the mens hair cut in Forest Hill Toronto professionals should prove helpful.
This is almost the bowl cut meets messy on the top. The sides and back of this style are trimmed close to the head. It starts off close and starts to taper out, so while it has a smooth transition, the top of the head features longer hair that is messy and it can come down to just above the eyebrows. Tossing the hair into a neat but messy look is easy with a bit of practice. With dry hair, a guy just needs a bit of movable hair products rubbed into their hand which they can then just work into the hair. Just a dab is enough to give it the messy, structured look without giving the hair a crispy feel to it.
This is basically the Crew Clooney cut from a few years ago with a different name. The sides are kept tight and short with the top just a bit longer. Having the hair messy can be a great look, and with the top hair usually under an inch in length, it looks great messy. Plus, the tight, short side works great with facial hair as it gives a more continual flow of hair length. This is an excellent short hair cut style for men who want something that is in, but not something that goes overly trendy that is likely not going to be extremely popular in a few years. The classic elements of the Caesar cut are going to remain popular for years to come.
This is a great cut for guys who want a bit of additional length but don’t want it extremely long. The sides are shorter (but not buzzed and the top is long. it us usually slicked back with a side part. It is not greased back, but it is instead brushed. A dab of styling cream can help hold the perfect look and is a favorite men’s hair cut in Forest Hill Toronto.
Side Part Pompadour
This is a take on a popular look from the 20s, just more modernized. The top of the head is longer, so it can be brushed back with the help of some styling gel. Both sides of the head are trimmed short, often starting in a buzz cut and tapering out just slightly. For added effect a part line is often shaved into the side of the head where the long hair begins and short hair ends. It kind of idiot-proofs where the part line should be. It does take a bit of additional prep work to maintain the clean park line, but for a classical, yet trendy look, this is an option that is available for guys.