There comes a time in every man’s life when he needs to keep things classic, particularly when it comes to his hair. These hair styles are for someone who is exhausted of changing up their hairstyles with the changing trends. The following list presents the top five cuts that will never go out of style and are easy to maintain. These five hairstyles will always look good and require less or no time to set up giving an elegant and polished look to any man.
The buzz cut is perhaps the most low-maintenance of all the possible hairstyles. It has been popularized by military revivals in both fashion and film. It involves clipping your hair close to the scalp using electric clippers. You can leave the sides very short and the top equally short or slightly shaped. Men with dry scalp or dandruff issues shouldn’t get this hair cut. If you have any one the these problems and are thinking of getting a buzz cut, use a moisturizer or hair oil on your skin to keep it conditioned.
This is great if you have thinning hair. Perhaps also grow some light stubble to compliment the look.
A look born in the early 50’s when being smart and well presented was general protocol. It’s a low maintenance haircut. This extremely cool vintage hairstyle is not too short on the back and sides, but rests just above the ears. It’s a loose and free haircut, intentionally looking low-maintenance.
Using pomade, the front is combed straight up and then flipped back to give a poufy appearance over the head. The sides are slicked back again with the help of pomade. For modern interpretation of this hairdo, think Bruno Mars or Justin Timberlake.
This is a good style for thicker, curly/wavy hair. It’s not great for straight hair, as straight hair looks better with tight and neat styles.
A crop is a short hairstyle worn with the hair cut very close to the head. This works particularly well for older gents and for guys who don’t want to spend too much time on their hair. The crop is pretty versatile, as is an easy-to-style, low-maintenance haircut.
The crop is fully scissor cut, and can feature a gradual taper on the back and sides to keep tight and close to the head. Texture remains on top. The hair in this cut are way shorter then bob cut but longer then buzz cut.
This cut is good with anyone with fine hair who wants to create thickness, or with short, thick hair who wants to remove weight.
The Long Cut:
This is a low maintenance cut which really makes the most out of a thick and full head of hair. It grows out nicely, and save you from making too many trips to the barber.
This heavy on top hair cut is also soft and textured. For best results get it slightly shorter on the crown and keep much longer on the front, so sweeping it back doesn’t create an unwanted bump.
Blow-drying in with a brush or hands for hold and volume can help you enhance the look of your. This is perfect for thick and voluminous, naturally wavy or curly hair.
This one is just a variation of the side swept look sported from the 1920s all the way through to present day. You need to have short to medium-length hair in order to wear this hairstyle. It’s essentially a classic short back and sides with an accentuated side parting. The top is longer and styled into a quiff. It compliments most face shapes.
Apply a paste into wet hair and dry back with a wide tooth comb to achieve the line effects, and to smooth the areas on the back and sides. For the old-school classic wet look, use Brylcreem as your styling product, if not then use wax or pomade and flip your hair backwards with the help of a wide-tooth comb.
This cut is good for most hair types, but works particularly well with finer and straight hair.