Basically men shouldn’t use many accents in their looks because there’s always a risk to slip into something gaudy. That`s why every detail plays an important role. The classic undercut hairstyle men used to wear several decades ago is so versatile today that you can easily make your look brighter and more individual without going over the edge.
Men`s undercut works for any hair type and hair color. The only case when undercuts will not work for you is if you have very fine fair hair or if you are going bald on the crown. In this case the shortest haircut will look best on you. At the same time, if you are dealing only with a receding hairline, an undercut can become a very good solution. The corners of your forehead with thinning hair can be cut very short or shaved, while the quiff would be grown longer and swept back.
#19: Side Undercut with Fade
This style is a blend of undercut and fade, upgraded with a shaved part and facial hairstyle. To maintain the style, you shouldn’t wear the upper part too long, and always comb it back and to the side (revealing the defined part line).