Mens Side Trim Haircut. The haircut does not take much effort to style and sits comfortably on difference face shapes. You want to start with the sides – as they're the easiest region to cut.
Use the scissors to trim the hair that pokes out of the comb, blending away, or 'fading,' the harsh line that separates the clipper cut from the scissor cut. Here are some of the most popular men's haircut styles with easy-to-follow instructions for each specific cut. Cut one side of the head at a time.
Men who keep a distinctive part can trim the hair to slightly different lengths on opposite sides of the part.
A blend is a gradual transition from shorter to longer hair.
The result is a short, neat style. After that, take your scissors and pull the hair on top of the head from the root, and trim the ends. "Always pull the hair straight up instead of on an angle to ensure you are getting even cuts all around," Bryan notes. Cut one section, then add a bit more hair, and use your first cut as a guide so everything comes out even.