Wash, towel–dry, then use a touch of moulding cream to style. Wear it side–parted or combed straight back, but don’t use too much product as this is a style where the haircut itself is the star.
Ask for a classic short, back and sides.
It’s timeless, so will suit almost anyone. Classic, classic, classic: it will never date. It was modern in the 1950s and it still looks modern today.
Natural, neat and unreservedly classic, it’s the definitive haircut whether he wore it side–parted or slicked back. He was blessed with a great head of hair, so could pull off simplicity flawlessly. But he also had incredible attitude, so exuded confidence.