By Austin Leger. Men Haircuts. Published at Monday, August 05th, 2019 - 17:24:45 PM.
The Crew Cut – This is a simple haircut that is considered to be quite conservative when compared to other military haircuts. The cut involves trimming the hair to at least two inches but ensuring that the front part of the head has extra length that can be brushed as part of styling. The hair on the sides of the head as well as the back should be much shorter and even tapered if preferred so that the final cut has some shape especially at the front.
How to Style – You’ll need a pomade with a good hold (and maybe some hairspray). Work the product into your damp hair, then begin styling. You can use your fingers or a comb to tease the hair up into a vertical direction. You can finish off with a little hairspray if you’re going for an especially tall style.
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.
The Blow Out for Men – If you’re going gray, but you’re looking to keep some length, this is the way to go. This clean and neat style plays up the natural hairline that may be a bit receding. The sleek part along the side will keep you looking polished and professional while the length helps add a youthful charm to your face.
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