By Arnaud Lesage. Men Haircuts. Published at Sunday, August 11th, 2019 - 10:11:41 AM.
How to Style – Have some hair product at the ready. You can use pomade, gel, or wax, but make sure your product of choice has a good, firm hold to it. Start by applying the product to damp hair. Comb it in, then comb the hair on top of your head straight up. Form the faux hawk shape by pressing the hair together. Add any spikes or other embellishments as you wish.
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.
Undercut – The undercut involves a short cut on the sides, but instead of being faded, is often all one length. Another type of undercut is the disconnected haircut, where there is a blunt dividing line between the long hair on top of the head and the shorter, buzzed hair at the sides. With medium length to longer hair on top, a hairstyle offers a lot of styling versatility, while the short hair at the sides keeps everything low-maintenance.
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.
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