Top 5 Classic Men's Hairstyles
Finding the right sharp, put-together haircut for you doesn’t have to be a chore. There are plenty of timeless styles that you’ll be able to get again and again. Then, add in a bit of the perfect styling product and you’ll have the look you’re after.
1. Short Layers
short layers haircut

The Cut: Finding a look that works for you is easy at Supercuts. One way is with the classic short layers cut. It’s a professional, traditional style that works with a lot of hair types.


The Styling: MITCH Clean Cut styling cream helps keep the short layers looking neat, while adding just a touch of shine.

2. Medium Faded Clipper Cut
Medium Fade Clipper Cut

The Cut: Looking for a cool basic cut? The medium faded clipper cut might be perfect for you. It’s essentially a sharp, more-detailed example of the traditional "just-a-little-off-the-top."  


The Styling: Keep your medium faded clipper in check with a new product, like Paul Mitchell Dry Wax. It’ll add control and a bit of texture.

3. Wavy Pompadour with Permanent Part
wavy pompadour haircut

The Cut: It’s a thoroughly up-to-date version on one of the best old-school haircuts. Give it a shot, and this may just become your signature look.


The Styling: To keep your pompadour looking neat, a product like MITCH Reformer gives natural texture, control, and a bit of shine.

4. Taper Fade
taper fade haircut

The Cut: It’s all about the transitions with the timeless taper fade. It’s a fresh, detailed cut that’s perfect for naturally textured hair.   


The Styling: Using a pomade helps promote shine and texture with the taper fade. Try one like Paul Mitchell Foaming Pommade.

5. Classic Clipper Cut
classic clipper haircut

The Cut: Trying for a traditional look that’s easy to maintain? The classic clipper cut is a solid option. It’s a modern take on one of the definitive men’s haircuts.


The Styling: American Crew Forming Cream is a solid finishing product option for this look. It offers a bit of shine and control, and can be used to help hold a side part.

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