By Elisha Delmas. Men Haircuts. Published at Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 - 04:50:14 AM.
How to Cut – The side part is a universally recognized haircut that’s easy to get. You’ll want about 2 to 4 inches of hair on top of your head to make the parting easier. The sides should be buzzed, and the exact blade length is up to you (we recommend #3 to #6). Also, ask for a taper (also known as a fade) on the sides and a tapered neckline.
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.
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.
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