By Auda Doucet. Men Haircuts. Published at Sunday, August 04th, 2019 - 22:59:24 PM.
An asymmetrical style will add dimension and depth to your hair while also creating a strong point of visual interest. There are plenty of asymmetrical cuts and styles to choose from. It’s important to apply the concept of asymmetry to the side part referenced above. By parting your hair an inch or two off center (to either side), you’ll de-emphasize the roundness of your face.
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.
While the buzz cut works on any hair type, it’s not a good fit for every person. If you’ve never cut your hair this short, carefully consider before you jump overboard and into the buzz. Another thing to consider is who this look is best on. Guys with will defined bone-structure will do well here. For guys with softer face shapes, the buzz cut might not be for you.
The traditional cut can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For us, a traditional men’s haircut in 2019 is a classy look without too much deviation from how your hair naturally wants to look. That means nothing too short and your hair is at generally the same length all around. Sides can be a little shorter but nothing as tight as say a fade.
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