What do you notice first when someone walks into a room? Well, obviously, the first thing you see: their appearance. Being well groomed and having a clean cut versus being messy can make or break someone’s first impression of you. With that said, men can make a statement by their mere hairstyle. Men can have a variety of styles and looks to their hair, but only certain ones come off as professional.
Components to a Professional Look
So, what components make a good professional men hairstyle? Definitely conservativeness. This does not mean ‘plain-Jane’ styles; it means that the style should not be something outrageously crazy, like a mullet. The male should choose something that is aesthetically pleasing to others without drawing drastic attention.
Cleanness is a Must
The next component should be cleanness. Edges of the cut should be sharp and even. This element is provided by your hair stylist, which you can find at Allanté Hair Designs & Spa. Precision is something men need in their hairstyles and you can only find that at Allanteé
The final component is versatility. The professional male hairstyle should be able to fit several occasions, whether that be going to work or going on a date. This allows for flexibility and keeps him looking sharp for wherever he goes.
Some Styles to Consider
With these three components in mind, one professional style is the classic taper haircut. The length on the top combined with the shortness of hair on the sides and back allows for a simple and classic look. Plus, the length on the top can be determined by the male and how it looks for them, so the style is alterable.
Another style is the Ivy League cut. With a little extra length on the top, it incorporates a side part, which has become a key element to the professional look. It also is easy to maintain, making him more efficient in his work day and it stays clean and sharp without constantly fussing over it.
One that is emerging recently is the slicked back side part. It comes off as striking and defined, but clean and direct. The top of the hair is slicked back in a downward direction making a part on one side. The male will have to maintain this style with some gel or other applicant, but if he has this style, it will not come off as anything less than professional.
A more dynamic and striking style is the pompadour. It is eye-catching and requires maintenance, but it has flare and purpose to it. This tidy hairstyle will make others think he deserves the attention.
The final option of hairstyles is the butch cut. It may seem too simple, but it shows that others know he means business. It helps those with curly hair because the short length will eliminate the need for hair maintenance. It is not only clean, but also provides uniform. He can alter the length slightly to his liking as well.
With any of these options of hairstyles, men are able to establish a good first impression because their hair will represent professionalism. All he needs is conservativeness, cleanness, and versatility.