When a person sees you for the first time, the first thing he or she sees is your feet or your hair. Getting new shoes is somewhat easier than maintaining a well-cut hairstyle. Therefore, it is important that you pay attention to your hair!
In this article, we are going to be looking at some hairstyles that have stood the test of time. If you get any of the classic cuts that will be highlighted in this article, you clearly aren’t swayed here and there by the trends in the men style industry. For instance, when the Bearded colonel talks mens hairstyles, everyone follows.
Textured cut with fringe
For you to be able to pull off this cut, your hair needs to be long, but it doesn't have to be too long. If you want this look, do well to take a picture on your smartphone and show it to your hairstylist so that he can determine if it will suit you or not.
This hairstyle is perfect for men whose hair is going thin on top. What makes this hairstyle to be loved by many is that it requires very little maintenance and is perfect for people who frequents the gym or swims a lot.
The buzz slick black cut is indeed a timeless piece. But for it to look good on you, you need to have a shaped head or something similar to that of Christian Bale and Ryan Gosling. When getting this cut, it’s a good idea to get a barber who uses scissors rather than those that uses a clipper.
This hairstyle dates back to the 1920s. If you have straight hair, then this hairstyle will be perfect for you, but if your hair is curly, this hairstyle will be a real burden to you, because you will find it difficult to slick it back.
This hairstyle was really popular from the 1920s to 1960s. It is very versatile and can suit different hair types as well as face shapes.
Shoulder length cut
This refined cut has lingered in the fashion industry for many years, because it is versatile and can fit into several situations.
This was a hairstyle the popular actor Will Smith used back in the days. This hairstyle is not versatile, as it stays in the same shape leaving very little room for any change.
For this hairstyle to work, your hair needs to have some degree of thickness.
The last classic hairstyle we are going to be looking at is the Quiff. The quiff is an alternative to the pompadour hairstyle. The reason why the quiff is adopted by many is that it is very versatile and can suit individuals with different age, styles, and personality.
If you want a hairstyle that will never go out of vogue, then you should pick one of the classic hairstyles listed above.