By Evonne Lopez. Men Haircuts. Published at Thursday, August 02nd, 2018 - 11:53:22 AM.
How to Cut – The side part is a universally recognized haircut that’s easy to get. You’ll want about 2 to 4 inches of hair on top of your head to make the parting easier. The sides should be buzzed, and the exact blade length is up to you (we recommend #3 to #6). Also, ask for a taper (also known as a fade) on the sides and a tapered neckline.
Thick Hair, Medium Cut – High volume hairstyles are ideal for men with thick hair. To get the right hold, use a blow dryer to guide your hair along with a small amount of product. A refreshing look, wearing this style straight up or slightly tousled can make it seem like you have a new fresh cut each day.
How to Style – Since an angular fringe is more of an element than a style, there’s technically no styling required. However, you can use some light gel or wax to fix your fringe into place. Otherwise, you can style your hair as you would for any other style.
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.
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