Tom Cruise shows you guys a style probably razor cut, with some length in the top layers that is tapered down on the sides and back. This is a classic man’s cut, upgraded to today’s ambiance.
Robert Kardashian starts with a basic ‘high and tight’ style, then the crown section is rounded off to match natural skull line. There seems to be a designer effect done to the front center which opens the imagination to many other ideas for buzz cuts on coarse hair.
So many men’s hairstyles are getting designer looks these days. However, they can still start with traditional lines and cuts such as this one on David Archuletta that has the uppermost top a little longer than the rest of the style and has been cut into for a choppy trendset.
George Sampson prefers to wear his shorter cut flat and precise with fringe that is only slightly cut into to prevent too strict a line. Making the most of his natural texture on top, he goes for the clean cut look around the ears and can rest assured that the wind will not disturb his style.
This razored, texture cut on Marc Terenzi proves that men’s hairstyles can be short and far from ordinary. Though this look is pretty much maintenance free for the wearer, you will need to return to the stylist every four to six weeks to keep it in shape.
Usually, curls are better dealt with when there is length involved allowing them to be stretched out with weight. Adrian Grenier proves that a style with a little all-over length is great for a guy so long as the curls are not too tight.