Business Haircuts for Men We Love: Part One
Business hairstyles have a reputation of being stodgy or old-fashioned. Yet, there are many men’s hairstyles that maintain a sense of professionalism that are still fun, modern, and slick. With the right barber, you can find an inspired look that works well in a business environment and fits your style. In this series, we highlight 20 different haircuts for businessmen that we love
Butch cuts, which are also called brush cuts, are a short, uniform hairstyle that is part of the buzz cut family. Although most often associated with athletes and military men, butch cuts also work well for business professionals because butch cuts are clean, masculine, and easy to maintain. Butch cuts can even help conceal balding.
Undercuts and fades are two of the most classic styles for men. Combining them is a great way to achieve a look that is timeless, modern, and stylish. For an undercut fade, you trim or shave the sides to a short length from ears to temples. Afterwards, your hair will be shorter on the sides and in the back and longer on top. Undercut fades work best for men with longer hair, but will still look great on men with short hair. Undercut fades make your hair appear thicker while highlighting the best features of your face.
A disconnected undercut is another style where the hair is shorter on the sides and longer on top, but in this case the transition from short to long is not gradual. This creates a look that has eye-catching contrast. Disconnected undercuts will give you a style that is modern and professional, yet still exciting and never boring. Disconnected undercuts are ideal for men who prefer to keep their hair long, but need a style that is versatile and sophisticated enough to work in a business environment.
Modern Comb Over
The comb over is a classic hairstyle that has become synonymous with elegance. So much so that comb overs have been nicknamed the gentleman’s cut. Comb overs refer to a look where the hair is brushed from one side of the head to the other. While some comb over styles can look outdated, you can modernize the cut by adding a low fade, accentuating your part line, or adding volume to the top.
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