By Dionte Charbonnier. Men Haircuts. Published at Thursday, February 28th, 2019 - 06:29:28 AM.
They can also do it with clippers so make sure you specify what look you’re going for. Much like the fade, crop haircuts work with just about every hair type. They add texture and volume to fine hair and wrangle in thick hair. The only exception here is curly hair. This cut just won’t work for it.
This style works best for fine or thick, straight hair. Take note that fine and thinning hair are two different things. If you’re a bit thin up top, skip this one at all costs. The slick-back look will only accentuate the problem. Styling wise a great pomade is all you need. Besides getting all your hair under control, it’ll have some nice shine.
How to Cut – The sides and the back can be cut to your liking. If you’re in doubt, start with a #4 clipper (about a half inch of hair) and go up or down from there. Of course, the important part is the fringe. Tell your barber to cut your bangs at an angle, and ask for variation in length. The result should be a somewhat asymmetrical, messy fringe that looks good worn down or tousled.
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.
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