The gentleman haircut is classic and clean cut. It usually has a side panel, but can also be combed without a defined part to one side.
Refresh the gentleman with a fading haircut or a modern styling. Any kind of fade will work. Modern and trendy styling is characterized by height, structure or movement. Hair on top can comb into a quiff, pomp or sweep back next to the top .
Of course, retro styles with a cut, crest marks and a bit of shine still look good. This cut can be short or medium long and works for all hair types, including thick and wavy to curly hair.
Look at these 21 different ways to wear the gentleman’s haircut.
1. James Dean haircut
He could have played a bad boy, but James Dean’s hair was always good. This vintage style is back in style with hipster and other stylish gentleman.
2nd gentleman haircut
This is the classic gentleman haircut with a shaved side panel for extra definition.
3rd side hair + full beard
Gentleman style varies by era. This hipster style combines a lumberjack beard with sleek vintage hair.
4. Long on the top, short sides and back haircut
This is a simple style to get the gentleman look. The hair is longer on the top with short sides and back. Comb a part and use your fingers to create this loose style.
5. Comb over fade for thick hair
The side panel haircut works for all hair types. This short version with a middle fade works well for men with thick hair. Just work with a little shine and comb the hair to the side.
6. High Fade Haircut + Side Part
This high fade haircut with medium-length top hair could easily be combed all the way over or back. Instead, it has a side panel to create a modern gentleman’s hairstyle.
7. Side hairstyle for wavy hair
The long haircut works well for men with wavy or even curly hair. Pages are cut short enough to be straight while length up has a lot of texture. Keep your hair balanced with a product that balances hold and definition.
8. Side Part Quiff
Quiff hairstyles keep coming back in fashion and are a men’s trend in 2018. This comb style adds an heightening flattering volume to the front.
9. Side panel Haircut + Temple Fade
A temple fade changes the profile of this classic side panel haircut .
10. Side panel Pomp + Low Bald Fade
This cool way to wear the comb over fade adds enough height to create a pompadour . A slight bald fade produces a clear separation between hair and beard.
11. Sweep back + side part + mustache
This preppy version of the combed hair adds a touch of a side piece to the entire volume. A mustache completes the look.
12. Short comb over fading
The gentleman haircut can be worn in different lengths. Here is a short version with thick hair. Styling is as easy as getting hair on the hairline and the rest of the hair on the side opposite the part.
13. Side panel + Burst Fade
This cool side piece haircut has a burst fade that cuts the hair extremely short behind the ear and a conical neckline and sideburns.
14. Comb over + Quiff + Line Up
This fresh haircut combines a fade and line-up haircut and a hairstyle that turns into a quiff on the forehead.
15. Comb over + high fade
This classic retro haircut with Victory Crown Matte Pomade stays in place all day long.
16. High Fade Haircut
This high fade haircut is short to the part. Thick hair is styled up and down.
17. Structured side panel
This cool cut contrasts the ruffled texture with short sides and clean cut edges.
18. Slick Side Part + Low Bald Fade
This smooth part with lots of pomade tames thick or coarse hair. Fading the skin raises the hairline and makes the hair at the top appear even darker and denser.
19. Structured comb over
This look is up to date for 2018. Hair is medium in length and styled with volume and structure. Pages are short with a low bare fade.
20. New hairstyles for men
This asymmetrical look exaggerates the different sides of a side panel haircut.
21. Gentleman haircut for curly hair
This part-free haircut has enough length to create some texture. The stylish and clean cut style looks great at work and while playing.