The new sleek look for men's hair
The popularity of "Mad Men" has fueled sales of '60s-era suits and sleek, short haircuts, but the undercut actually dates back to the '20s. And the look likely will gain more traction, thanks to Prohibition-era shows like HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," and the hotly anticipated "Great Gatsby" remake, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire.
BEFORE Liam Fazekas of Freeport hadn't cut his hair in two years. (July 25, 2012)
DURING Fazekas upgrades to a more grown-up look at Salon Rock in Roslyn with the help of stylist Joe Cassata. (July 25, 2012)
AFTER Liam Fazekas, with his daughter, Julia, 7 months, hadn't had a haircut in more than two years -- but thought it was time, now that he's a dad. To show off his new look, we asked Tyrone in Roslyn to dress him in some dapper clothes: Belvest suit, $2,695; Canali shirt, $255; Pal Zileri tie, $155; and Graham cotton pocket square, $60. (July 25, 2012)
Soccer star David Beckham has worn ponytails and Mohawks -- but his current look is sleek and parted . . . even on the playing field.
"High School Musical" star Zac Efron has graduated from tousled teen to groomed guy.
Leonardo DiCaprio is a flip-flopper. The star of the remake of "The Great Gatsby" parts his hair on the right, the left, then the right again.
All Robert Pattinson wants is a haircut, and he wants it bad. In David Cronenberg's dark "Cosmopolis," the actor plays a cryptic billionaire in the near-future who crisscrosses Manhattan in his limo, risking his life to find the perfect barber. Dude, just hit Supercuts and be done with it.