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10 Modern Business Professional Hairstyles for British Men

10 Modern Business Professional Hairstyles for British Men

British men are known for their classic, conservative style. But now that the recession has ended, it's time to get back to work—and look good doing it. We've chosen 10 modern business-appropriate hairstyles for British men who want to look sharp when they step into the office. These styles are functional and easy to maintain, so you can focus on what's important: your career.

Check out these 10 modern styles that will help you look your best and show off your business-savvy side, whether you're just starting out or you've been in the game for decades!

1. The Slick Back

This is a great look that works well with a suit or a t-shirt and jeans. The slicked back hair shows off your strong jawline and makes you look like you mean business, even if you're just going to be at home all day.

2. Side Part

A side part is one of the most stylish and low-maintenance hairstyles for men—it looks great whether your hair is straight, wavy, or curly. Pomade or matte clay will help hold the style in place.

3. The Crew Cut

If you're looking for something low maintenance that will still look polished (and maybe even slightly rugged), then this might be the style for you! Keep your hair short enough so that there aren't any stray hairs

4. Buzz Cut

If you're looking for a clean, masculine look that screams "professional," the buzz cut is the haircut for you. It's short and sharp with military origins, so it gives off a serious vibe – perfect for tough negotiations or a board room presentation. Your barber can subtly vary the length of your buzz cut to suit your face shape and features, and it also looks great if you have stubble or a goatee.

5. Hard Part

If you have a naturally defined side part, you can create a hard part with gel and a fine-tooth comb. A hard part adds distinction to any hairstyle and can be placed following the direction of your hair's natural fall.

6. Comb Over

The comb over is a classic haircut that adds polish to your look. Whether you have a beard or not, it works well in the workplace and can be adjusted to fit your face shape.

7. Hard Part + Taper Fade

The hard part and taper fade haircut is a modern take on a classic look for men. The sleek, sophisticated hard part is a timeless style worn by the dapper businessmen of Mad Men. The modern update? Add a stylish taper fade to make this look more youthful and contemporary.

8. Quiff

The original quiff has been popular since the 1950s—and it’s easy to see why. The signature glossy look is still as stylish today as it was then. To get the look, make sure your hairline is clean and even, and that the sides of your hair are short and neat. Then use a high-shine product to polish the look until it gleams.

9. Undercut

An undercut can be a great look for men, but there are many ways to achieve this style. If you’re looking for something a bit more professional and less rebellious, then a skin-shaved undercut is probably not the best choice. However, if you want to stick with the classic short undercut but keep the top section longer and sweep it to one side, then you’ll achieve a stylish look that still looks mature and professional.

10. Ivy League

The Ivy League haircut is a traditional men's hairstyle that combines the best features of a side part and crew cut. It's dapper, with a vintage appeal, and it also has an upper-crust feel. The Ivy League is flattering to most face shapes, and it looks great with a suit.

If you're looking for a new hairstyle that will help you to look like a modern business professional, we've got you covered. At GetGroomed, we know how much your appearance matters—and we want to make sure it's on point! Book an appointment with us today, and let us help you find the right style for your face shape and personality.

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