By Destinie Flament. Men Haircuts. Published at Saturday, October 20th, 2018 - 06:01:08 AM.
For shorter spikes, simply grab a small portion of your hair and style it upward. For longer spikes, you’ll need to approach your hair in sections, tying up your hair with ties or clips. Work on one section at a time, starting from the root and styling upward.
The high and tight army haircut is very recognizable as a military specific cut. A low guard clipper is used around the sides of the head and the hair is left around 1 inch long on the top. There is no gradual tamper between the sides and the top of the head. This is a very uncommon haircut that can look great on the right person; however, if it is not cut just right it could be a very risky choice.
Comb Over – Everyone knows what the comb over involves. With short hair on the sides, most likely a fade or undercut, all that’s left is how to style the short to medium-length hair on top. Simply apply a little product, and comb your hair to the side of your head. However, you can ask your barber to cut in a thick part for a more accentuated comb over.
Tousled Texture – This haircut flaunts the natural volume of your hair while it offers additional layers of faux volume to amp up your look. Try it with a clean-cut face or with nicely cut side temples to further exaggerate the top volume. The look is best suited for men with a fine hairline who are really looking to show it off.
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