For the most part, hair trends come and go like the changing of the tides. Every now and then, however, one washes right up onto the fashion shoreline and stays put, forming part of the tonsorial landscape for good.
It’s rare, though. The arrival of a cut that’ll stand the test of time only tends to occur around once every decade. The 1950s gave us rock ‘n’ roll pompadours, the 1970s sewed the first seeds of androgyny with its long, shoulder-length locks, and the 2000s… well, they’re probably best forgotten about altogether.
More recently, the current decade is now drawing to a close, and with the regrettable exception of the man bun, the disconnected undercut is most definitely the hairstyle it’ll be remembered for.
The perfect blend of old and new, this contemporary cut mixes early 20th-century styling with ultra-modern barbering techniques. Curious? Allow us to bring you up to speed.