By Dilan Le. Men Haircuts. Published at Sunday, April 28th, 2019 - 18:42:32 PM.
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.
Long hairstyles for men are all about being relaxed and flowy. Obviously, this look takes some commitment. Growing out a mane is no easy task. Not only does it take some enviable genes, it requires a constant routine of maintenance and upkeep. If you’re going to go down this route, things like how often you wash and condition your hair as well as your diet are something you’ll have to consider.
How to Cut – Like the faux hawk, a spiky style doesn’t demand any specific haircut. The most important factor is the length. If you want more dramatic, standout spikes, you’ll want a longer haircut. If you want more subtle spikes, go for a shorter cut. Many haircuts can be spiked well, so you can get something like a side part and then spike it.
If you’re looking for a medium length haircut, you can’t go wrong here. Side-parts and pompadours hairstyles are great for traditional men’s haircuts. There’s enough length to create volume but not too much that you’re adding another foot to your height. The great thing about the traditional men’s haircut is it doesn’t require you to visit the barber every two weeks. Let this one grow out.
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