Guys, we know you want to be stylish, too! It can be a tricky thing for men to find a hair style that’s appropriate for the office but also stylish and trendy at the same time. Those two factors don’t always go hand-in-hand… until now. Well, fortunately we’ve found some pretty awesome haircuts that say your man means business. So ladies, listen up! If you know your man needs a little update to his hair style we’ve got you covered. After all, why should the ladies have all the options with hair styles?
This cut has multiple names, from Princeton to Harvard to Ivy League. Whatever you want to call it, it’s a great haircut for a businessman wanting some style but maintaining his professionalism. This particular haircut consists of leaving the hair a bit longer than a traditional crew cut length. The biggest difference aside from the length is also wearing the hair in more of a side part. It’s a great option for a guy who wants a bit of length to his hair, without being too much for a business environment. The side part gives it a bit of a twist, too.
Undercut + Mid-Fade
Fading in haircuts for men has been a huge trend. While there’s a variety of different fade styles available, we know it can feel like you’re pushing the envelope a bit too much when you need to be a businessman. But with an undercut combined with a mid-fade haircut, you’re able to get the best of both worlds. The combination of trend and edge with professionalism maintained. Generally, you’ll want to keep the top of the hair a bit longer allowing it to be slicked back but having a bit of texture/volume in there. The sides of the head are created with a mid-fade, in other words a subtle fade, and cut very short (think buzz) at the bottom. It creates some great definition but it’s not too trendy for the office.
New Comb Over
Comb over haircuts haven’t always had the best reputation, but they’ve gotten a modern twist recently making them an ideal haircut for a professional guy. To get this look, you’ll leave the hair on the longer side, creating a dramatic side part. After the side part has been established, you’ll want to emphasize on slicking back the hair with some great hair care product. The best way to keep this look in the modern element it can have is to ensure that you’re giving the hair some volume at the top.
Naturally, there are quite a few other haircuts that are perfect for the business man. The key points to consider when looking to get a haircut that’s stylish but also appropriate for the office is focusing on creating texture, volume and/or different fading techniques. These are all key attributes of a lot of the trendy hair styles for men, but it’s all about finding that balance of style and business.