Men’s Haircuts That Never Go Out of Style

Many hair trends come and go, but specific cuts remain timeless and refined – never seeming to go out of fashion.

The Classic Crew Cut

The classic crew cut features faded sideburns with longer hair that is either brushed back or styled to one side, creating a contemporary style suitable for professional or casual events.

Fade Mohawk

Men with straight hair can quickly achieve a distinctive and striking style when styling their fade mohawk. Its modern version may make the class easier to manage and style with hair gel, wax, or pomade. Add drama to your mohawk by pairing it with a burst fade.

Short Comb-Over

The comb-over can be effective on all hair lengths and textures. When executed correctly, this men’s hairstyle can look polished with either a side part or a hard part for added polish. Ask your barber to add a fade or undercut for a modern style.

Scissor Crop

The scissor crop is a short haircut with multiple styling options and is highly versatile. Ideal as an alternative to extreme skin fades. You must cut your hair using scissors over a comb to achieve this style. Use Regal Gentleman’s Matte Clay for structure.

Caesar Cut

The Caesar cut is an eye-catching style that’s easy to maintain and looks fantastic on natural or textured hair. Have your barber create a high skin fade on the sides and crown. This contemporary Caesar haircut pairs well with any beard. Use matte paste or dust for added texture.


Blowouts are an easy and stylish way to give your locks a makeover, leaving a luxuriously sleek finish behind. Choose products explicitly tailored to your hair type and texture. Use a volumizing spray for straight hair and smoothing creams for curly hair. Avoid activities that cause excessive sweating to extend the life of your blowout.