I am not sure it has a name, other than a quiff or pompadour. To get that look you'll need to tell your barber a few things: - The top of your hair needs to be long, really really long. If you look at the image, the hair on top is probably a good four to six inches long. If your hair isn't that long already on top. Then you'll need to tell your barber to leave the length on top alone. - The sides are very short. In terms of clipper settings, it's probably a 2 on the sides. - It is blended very high up on the head. You'll see that his hair is short until about three inches up behind his ears. Tell your barber to blend very high up on the sides. - If you want to push back your hair, your hairs need to be of varying lengths. Ask for a "razor cut," or if it's a hair stylist, ask them to texturize and thin out your hair with a razor. This makes it so that the hairs fit together better and you can push them back more easily. You'll want a pomade or a paste when you do your hair. Try Brylcreem, Suave pomade or paste, or American Crew Fiber, Molding Creme, or Pomade.