By Darcy Guignard. Men Haircuts. Published at Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 - 18:08:17 PM.
Fade Haircut – The fade haircut continues to be the most popular way for guys to cut their sides. The technique involves cutting the hair progressively shorter towards the bottom of the head. Usually, this starts with a scissor cut near the top and gradually tapers to a short trimmed cut at the neck.
The Regulation Cut – This military haircut is considered to be one of the oldest and can be done with longer hair because it requires minimal trimming. The hair left on the top part is parted on the side so that it reveals a sharp line from the front to the back of the head. To give it a neat look, hair on the back as well as sides of your head is tapered down until the skin.
Spiky – If you’re looking for an edgy way to add volume but don’t like the faux hawk style, try adding some spikes to your hair. It’s an attention-grabbing style, but it’s definitely not for everyone. When spiking your hair, you can define the spikes however you’d like. This can result in tall spikes or more messy, tousled spikes.
Longer Buzzcut – This cut in the same way as the previous two cuts are. It is used with a hair clipper and leaves the hair a little longer than the burr cut does. The birch is a term used for any full buzz cut that is used with one of the higher hair clipper guard numbers. Anything from 3 to 5 will fall into the birch cut category.
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