Whether you’ve just landed your first office job or you got a promotion, you likely want to look put together at work. While your wardrobe plays a big part in creating a polished look, so does your hairstyle. 

Although there are many attractive hairstyles to choose from, not all are appropriate for the office. Furthermore, you will want to double-check your office dress code before getting a daring new hairstyle. This article will feature some of the best professional hairstyles that will help you look handsome in and out of the office. 

Crew Cut

One of the best hairstyles for business is the crew cut. It is short and sharp but easy to maintain. That means you won’t have to spend much time in the morning styling your hair. 

Crew cuts pair nicely with suits, which is why so many businessmen sport them. They also look masculine and mature, so you can be sure that the ladies will love this haircut. 

Slick Back

The slick back was one of the most popular hairstyles of the 1940s. Later, in the 1980s, this style was a signature look for stockbrokers on Wall Street. These days, it is the perfect choice for confident men who want to pull off a bold vintage appearance. 

To create this style, you will need to comb your hair back while it is damp. After, you should add a strong-hold gel and blowdry. 

Hard Part

If you want to add some attitude to your haircut, go for the hard part. It looks classy but is quick and straightforward to achieve, especially for those with a naturally defined side part. With some gel and a fine-tooth comb, follow the direction in which your hair falls. 

Nevertheless, if you don’t have a naturally defined part, you can ask your barber to find it during your next haircut. He can razor or shave it, so it is more noticeable. Then you can obtain the hard part style quickly. 

Quiff

Since the 1950s, the Quiff has been proving that you can look professional without appearing stuffy. You will need to ensure that your hairline is cut clean and evenly and that your hair’s sides are short. Then, apply a high-shine product to your hair for a glossy result. 

Buzz Cut

The buzz cut is inspired by the military, giving it a sharp and mature vibe. It is perfect for those who spend a lot of time in negotiations and presentations. If you want a buzz cut that will accommodate your features, ask your barber to subtly vary the cut’s length. 

Ivy League

No matter your age or face shape, you can probably pull off an Ivy League haircut. It is a combination of a side part and a crew cut. The hair on top is left longer, and it tapers at the side, which makes it an attractive style that suits most men. 

Side Part

Side parts work well on straight, wavy, or curly hair. It is one of the most common professional hairstyles because it is so easy to maintain. 

You will need first to comb your hair, letting it fall naturally at the part. Then, style it with a pomade to hold it in place. 

Hard Part + Taper Fade

The hard part is traditional, and the taper fade is modern. When you bring these two styles together, you have a unique hairstyle that will set you apart from the crowd. The hard part and taper fade haircut will draw attention to your face, making it look slimmer. 

Short Afro

If you have afro-textured hair, you may wish to go for a low-maintenance short afro. Every few weeks, your barber can clean up and sharpen your hairline. You can add a modern twist on the afro with a low or mid fade. 

Man Bun

Short hair may not be your thing, and that’s okay. Just make sure to keep your medium length or long hair groomed neatly. Doing so will keep your look professional, rather than grungy. 

The man bun is a perfect professional hairstyle for long hair because it doesn’t clash with a suit when styled correctly. It keeps your luscious mane out of your face too. 

You will need to comb back your hair and use some pomade to keep the strands in place. Then, secure your bun at the back of your head or near your neck using a clear elastic band. 

Medium Length Comb Back

If the man bun is too bold for your taste, a comb back style can tame your medium length hair. It isn’t as flat as the sleek comb back since it you achieve it by coming back the hair in an upward motion. Doing this creates more volume and balances out your face by making it seem longer. 

You will also need to ensure that your long hair looks healthy. You may need to purchase additional products for healthier hair, such as vitamins or leave-in treatments. 

Clean Shave

If you have a daring personality, you need a bold haircut to match it. The clean shave tells everyone that you are confident, mature, and have nothing to hide. 

Make sure to have your barber shave your head for you, as doing it at home can leave your head looking patchy. Your barber can make sure it seems ultra-clean. 

If you want to balance it out, grow some facial hair to add definition to your face. Trim it with clean edges and lines for a sexy look. 

Professional Hairstyles for Any Taste

No matter your hair type, there are so many professional hairstyles from which to choose. Sometimes, it can be hard to decide which hairstyle is best for the office. When in doubt, a crew cut or quiff style is always a professional choice that looks great on most men. 

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