By Diandra Normand. Men Haircuts. Published at Sunday, April 21st, 2019 - 10:55:28 AM.
You might enjoy the high volume haircut. Like the vertical haircut, this style can also be applied to other haircuts, so try out different combinations. How to Cut – This is another hairstyle that’s not totally dependent on the type of haircut you get. Since you’re going for volume, you’ll want at least 3 inches of hair, but the longer your hair is, the more potential volume you’ll have.
Longer Buzzcut – This cut in the same way as the previous two cuts are. It is used with a hair clipper and leaves the hair a little longer than the burr cut does. The birch is a term used for any full buzz cut that is used with one of the higher hair clipper guard numbers. Anything from 3 to 5 will fall into the birch cut category.
The Burr Cut – If you want a nearly bald look but do not want to cut your hair to the skin, then this is the ideal cut for you. Most times, the hair left on the head is about an eighth of an inch long which can be easily achieved when using a hair clipper. For the best results, have the hair styled by a barber so that the final look is well structured.
The Fade Haircut – Although there are different versions of this particular cut, the military version is always styled in a standard manner. The hair left at the top never exceeds two inches and sides are cut to the shortest length possible. This haircut can be done on different hair types with the final result being good if done by a professional stylist.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Stylespool website that is not Stylespool’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Stylespool claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.