Classically romantic and easy to care for, try a medium length style with a blown back top section.
Men who can afford it, should absolutely try this style.
Some people use the word "fade" interchangeably with "taper," but keep in mind that in some shops "fade" will be interpreted to mean a certain local style.
Looking to accentuate your eyes?
This softer version of the modern pompadour is full of texture and movement, perfect for men who seek a current style with short styling time.
Because barber shops are often social gathering places for men, you may also want to find a place where you enjoy the environment.
Blocked nape versus tapered nape or, blocked neck edge versus tapered neck edge A blocked nape refers to cutting the hair straight across in a definite line where the hairline meets the back of the neck the nape.
It is sometimes also referred to as "squaring off" the nape.
Simply trimming your strands adds inches and takes off pounds.