picking a stylish do

Hair is one of the first things women notice, so take the time to choose a style that complements your personality and the shape of your face. Your hairstyle is just as important as the clothes you wear and the shoes you sport so make sure that your style accurately reflects the personality you want to exude.

Long and layered

Creative, low-maintenance, trendy and a little messy, the top-heavy layered cut is a great hairdo. It gives your bangs a disheveled appearance while strategically layering hair at the back. A complete wash-and-wear style, achieving the appearance of organized chaos takes no time at all. Goes best with square, rectangle, or oblong face shapes.

Buzz cut

Notorious as the quickest hairstyle to create, the buzz cut helps define the face and makes the jaw line appear wider. While this clean-shaven look has been synonymous with balding men and Armed Forces recruits, it has also become a popular, fashion-forward hairstyle of choice for many men. It lends a neat and tidy air of sophistication, and by judging women’s reactions, the look has become quite a fetish for the fairer sex. Works well with oblong or round face shapes. For an organized, in-charge man, who breeds a strong aura of dominance, class and sophistication.

Short and tidy

Go modern with a short hair-do. It is contemporary and still creates an impression of a vintage style. Same length all around is a great way to add some urban flair to your mane. It goes best with Oblong shaped faces.

Long and disheveled

Men with curly hair find themselves with very few hairstyle choices that will suit the natural style and texture of their tresses. But, much like the long, layered cut, the long and disheveled look is also gaining widespread popularity as men with curly hair are embracing their locks rather than buzzing them off. Cut sparingly and style with a little mousse and you’re ready to face the day.


Messy and textured

The messy and textured look can manifest itself in a variety of ways. With a clean-cut, classic men’s haircut, add some extreme texture to the top in order to up the style ante. This look is achieved with a neat, organized cut at the back and a longer cut at the top -- push the bangs to one side to get that refined and trend-setting but yet messy result.


The faux-hawk is a classier twist to the punk-inspired Mohawk. The hair on top of the head is combed upward to resemble a small fan, while the hair on the sides is kept short and tidy. Rather than add highlights, the monochromatic, “natural” look is the best way to sport the hawk. Looks great on oblong or heart-shaped faces. It creates an image of a modern man about town with loads of style and tons of grace.