By Dorene Remy. Hairstyles For Men. Published at Saturday, May 25th, 2019 - 03:42:53 AM.
The trick is to know how to choose the right styling product. So many different styling products are available that you may find yourself lost in the world of styling products. You may buy anything from molding paste, to hair mud. You can even make a trendy hairstyle by yourself.
If growing it out from a shorter style this will mean regular trips to the barbershop to have the ends trimmed. Alongside the upkeep, this gives you the chance to consult your barber about which length and style will suit you best. If the hair is thick, you can ask a barber to thin out the excess to remove bulk, but remember that fine hair isn’t ideal for a medium-length cut as it may end up looking thin.
For a low-effort, high-style cut that leans towards the shorter side of medium, it’s hard to go wrong with a tight back and sides. With this, leave enough length left on top to work through some product for a look that was as relevant in your granddad’s day as it is yours. Alternatively, for a look that will fly in just about any office, plump for a pompadour.
Mid Fade with Side Part and Long Fringe – The side part haircut, like a comb over, is a classic look that every barber knows how to cut and style. This particular example comes with medium length hair on top, a hard part, mid fade, and full facial hair!
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