Khalid's modern take on an old-school flattop favours texture over a straight line.
The undercut requires long hair on top, shorn down (or faded) on the sides.
Vaccaro's clients love Bradley Cooper's elegant, swept-back style.
This is a good example of how to wear a long top/short sides cut for versatility. Liam Hemsworth's hair is loose and spiky on top in this photo.
Shaved sides with a bit of length on top equal low-maintenance with plenty of style.
In this photo, Radamel Falcao's hair is pulled back into a pompadour. For a more casual look, the top hair is worn loosely separated.
The hair is cut short on the sides and back, but left long and thick on top. The sides are barely blended to create a sense of disconnection.
Gabriel Barbosa's hair is cropped on the sides, but his long, blonde locs are captivating.
High skin fades on the sides highlight twists. Instead, go for a low skin fade that leaves a little more hair on the sides but still creates a stylish profile.