Named for Ivy League crew teams who wanted to keep hair short and out of their eyes, this low-maintenance style is one of the simplest men’s haircuts, with buzzed sides and slightly longer hair around the crown.
Inspired by the standard military cut, the high-and-tight hairstyle has been a staple for decades: The short, tapered sides and longer top making styling quick and easy, while maintaining hair's natural shape.
Featuring close-cropped sides that graduate to a longer, structured crown, this legend of the late '80s has come back into style, thanks to high-profile advocates like Iman Shumpert and rapper Tempa T.
With relatively short sides and dramatic height up top, this hairstyle harkens back to the classic rockabilly looks of the '50s—with updated proportions for today.
Tight, twisted curls in natural hair are as much a texture as a hairstyle, and can take some work to achieve (depending on your hair type). Here are a few tips and tools to help you get the look that you want.
The comb-over hairstyle, sometimes called the side part, is as classic a look as you can get, being the favored cut of style icons from JFK to Don Draper. Here's a modern, high-volume take on the timeless original.
The classic quiff is a high-flying style known for its height and texture, and a favorite of stylish Brits since the Teddy Boy movement of the '80s. This modern variant features all the height with a more accessible shape.
Too short to tie up in a bun, too long to just comb to the side: Medium-length hair can be a great look for guys, but it requires some special treatment if you want to keep it neat and in place.
Curly hair has a reputation for outright defiance, but the right haircut paired with the proper product will bring it under control. Here's an easy style that adds both shape and volume while retaining a curly texture.
Whether you want a classic disconnected undercut—with skin-tight sides and a mop up top—or a softer, more connected cut, we’ve got all the intel you need to nail this dramatic, Prohibition-era style.
Long and loose, with lots of texture, slacker hair is an easy, low-maintenance style with a bit of grunge edge. Here's how to keep it tidy once you've finished growing.
The man bun is one of the biggest trend in men’s hair, and guys like Jared Leto, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Harry Styles have all pulled it off with flying colors. If you're willing to put in the time, here are three easy ways to wear it.
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