By Rob Bertin. Hairstyles For Men. Published at Friday, April 12th, 2019 - 15:55:41 PM.
Push Up – This classic look is much like the other two, but with a more flexible, thicker top. Instead of being buzzed or trimmed short, the top is allowed to grow out and become longer, while the sides are buzzed down almost completely. This look is a lot like the Angular Fringe, only the top of the hair is much longer.
You can even do it yourself at home to save both time and money in addition to getting a nice, work-approved hairstyle. This is also a nice choice for men with curly or wavy hair. You’re essentially cutting off all the curls or waves and leaving yourself with enough hair to give a more straight, clean look.
Low Fade with Long Fringe – Longer styles have been a popular trend this year. This thick and textured fringe on top is coupled with a low taper fade on the sides for a stylish look. And with just enough length on top to let your hair become wavy, we highly recommend this cool men’s haircut for young guys!
High Fade with Hard Part and Quiff – To get the quiff, you will need at least 3 inches of hair on top of your head. The sides will then be buzzed into a taper fade – how short is up to you. Guys have the option of a high, low, mid, or skin fade. For an extreme look, a very short clipper setting will create a lot of contrast, while those wanting a classic look can choose a gentler taper.
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