By Derrall Roques. Men Haircuts. Published at Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 - 04:04:21 AM.
How to Cut – Faux hawks don’t explicitly require any certain lengths or types of cuts. However, you will need medium-length hair (at least 3–4 inches) to get a good, noticeable faux hawk shape. The sides and back should be shorter, but the exact length is up to you. The shorter the hair on the back and sides, the more the faux hawk will stand out.
How to Style – The styling process is crucial. You’ll want a hair product with a firm hold; for most guys, a medium pomade will do the trick. This works best with straight (or straightened) hair. Apply product to your hair and distribute it by either running your fingers through your hair or using a comb. Then, create the spikes.
Bold Fade with Angled Fringe – If you have thick, coarse hair, this cut offers a stylish solution. The thicker your hair, the more layered and flowy the look you can achieve. As a bonus, one of the best aspects of this haircut is that it can be varied to fit the shape of your face.
How to Style – There are a few hair tricks you can use to get the most volume possible. Styling with a blow dryer is a surefire way to get more volume out of your hair. Blow dry your hair in an upward direction after you’ve applied the product. Remember, your hair should be slightly damp, as this will help your hair move around more easily.
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