Mr Mark Jessen

Trend Alert - Modern Hairstyles For Men | Man of Many

This style defines the guy who likes symmetry, balance and a little bit of flare. Something that can be worn with a well-cut suit in a corporate environment as well as when the weekend arrives and you’re thinking more casually.

1. Textured Pompadour

You don’t need a guitar and a motorbike but if you have the right amount of shape and balance you could pull off a large curl all over. Alternatively, you could try a classic cut on the underneath with a slight build up of weighted curls on top. The product you use is key, layer the product and style it like you don’t care. With all this, you might just be able to pull it off.

2. Alternative Curls

While this style may have a softer, nice guy look, it can still be effective if you’re a bit of bad boy. Classically parted with a high sheen/shine. Good clipper work on the bottom of the head is necessary, eventually leading up to a nice proportion of hair on top. This can be worn in all directions. Best styled when the hair has been towel dried. Add a touch of facial hair and you have a winning look.

3. The  Serious Prepster…

The homage to probations, this is the very now. Extreme scalp exposure and very tight sides and back. But the illusion is in the connection, these haircuts were cut so they connect at the back. Let the sides hang out and you look like you have an undercut. This was the ultimate style of the 20s and it’s not back strong. Get it right, use a heavy pomade and treat your hair like the paint on your car. Keep it shiny and in good nic.

4. The Public Enemy

This hairstyle is tight and short but far from rude and pugnacious. To ensure the highest quality of this haircut ask your barber to mould it to the shape of your head. Make sure you maintain a dry finish with matte pastes and waxes.  Respect your look and keep this trimmed every 3-4 weeks.

5. The Buzz or Cesar Cut

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