Not all 20TMs styles need to be smoothed down this model wears a more relaxed look with high finger combing and wavy locks.
The bald fade ends in a bare skin layer where the graded undercut ends. The fade was used in this example to cover thin hair on the sides, drawing attention to the slightly longer, brushed back locks on top.
While most 20TMs are more appropriate for straight hair, natural curls can also be worn. Only make sure you match curly parts with segments like this sliced back.
This beautiful style has a great texture and works well with wavy, natural hair. It features a smooth section and skillfully mixed sides, along with a natural lift and a side comb over.
Long Trim Pompadour
You’d have to let your hair grow slightly before you go to the barber to achieve this look. All the hair from the left side was finely combed for this style and neatly set into a smooth coif.
Top Notch Trim
A vintage look with clean cut lines and well-defined styling can be seen here. This style is perfect for thinning sides as it provides the undercut camouflage and the lift inspired by the pompadour draws the eye upwards.
In this look, the highly defined parting gives a balance of style and allows the skin to contrast the raised coif on the opposite side. YouTMll need to start with super straight hair to achieve this look and use a fine comb to lift the locks.
Ask your barber for a pomade product to keep your vintage style in place to get this slick look. All the hair was combed back in this picture, apart from a small section in front that was styled into a quiff.
Try this one in the mornings if you want a simple, no-nonsense look. Here we see the upper locks brushed back smoothly while the sides are graded and held in place with the material.
Old School Is Cool
In this picture, the hair was cut into a high undercut on both sides and the longer hair on the top was sliced back and slightly upside down.
Here we see a smooth undercut at the edge, with a gloss in the upper layers and a high rise at the front. Remember that if you want to be true to the style, keep the lines of any pompadour look rounded and smooth.
Source In this photo, Leo wears a classic comb-over style with a small wave in front before the hair has been flatly smoothed to the side. HeTMs wearing short sides and heavy, quartered parting.
Picture Of Elegance
In this picture, the model opted for a razor fade on the side that connects to its sideburns and used pomade to overcome the smooth brush.
In this picture, the hair was skillfully snipped to have clean edges and smooth side fade. The locks are brushed up and back to style, producing a subtle front raise and pomade smoothed.
Lift And Taper
Here we see a hair-combed pompadour style in front of a rise that tapers gently backwards. HeTMs wearing a high parting up to the crown and a curved undercut.
The skin on the sides is fading and the upper hair is sleeked back over a natural wave. It gives it retro look shine and boost.
In the 1920TM men were concerned about their appearance, and when they were out, most men even wore hats. During this time, most haircuts were worn flat and slicked back so they wouldn’t have messy hair underneath if the men took off their hats. There wasTMt that in this era many men’s styling products either some even used Vaseline to slick their locks back! 1920’s men’s hairstyles make a big comeback here are some classic examples:
In this style, the hair was shaved into a two-step undercut, separated by a slightly centered section from the longer upper locks. There is a slight raise over the front and the shorter hair on the side suits the sideburns and beard length.
Fit your look
If you want to wear a 20TM hairstyle, make sure to match the rest of your hairstyle! Here we see a classic dapper look that combines skin fade and pompadour lift with bracelets and a clean shaven face.
Contrast if you want to draw attention to a statement feature; go with a simple hairstyle like this curled mustache. Here on the side we see a razor fade as the upper locks are combed with a slight raise straight back.
A Splash Of Pompadour
Although menTM’s hairstyles are generally slightly flatter than this, you may add some boost to your inspired look of 20TMs. This is a good example to follow keep it short on the sides and allow your forehead to rise smoothly.
Sleek And Stylish
In order to create this stylish look, the top locks were brushed back behind a short center part. Make sure your locks are straight and donTMt flatten your hair out to get this look. On the sides, add a high undercut.
Sophisticated Vintage Style
Steve Buscemi wears a vintage hairstyle here, demonstrating how attractive these can be for sophisticated gentlemen. The front comb fits well to flatter thinning areas and the sides are brushed back easily.
The sides are slightly shorter than the top locks and combed. The upper hair is swept over the forehead with a little curl.
Pristine skin Fade
The stylist used a razor along the parting to widen and define it for this clean-looking hairstyle. The sides have a professional skin fade and finely combed and smoothed out the rest of the hair.
You may want something slightly different with so many men on short shaved sides. With slightly longer locks, you could try this look; it also features a tapered cut on the sides along with a small curl in the front.
1920TMs men’s hairstyles were all about smooth looks and smooth lines. These vintage looks are now combined by men with quiffs and pompadours to add height because hats are not as popular as they were in the 20TMs. Such retro looks appropriate for most people and will always make sure you look like the perfect gentleman.