By Dayne Bouchard. Men Haircuts. Published at Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 - 12:19:35 PM.
An asymmetrical style will add dimension and depth to your hair while also creating a strong point of visual interest. There are plenty of asymmetrical cuts and styles to choose from. It’s important to apply the concept of asymmetry to the side part referenced above. By parting your hair an inch or two off center (to either side), you’ll de-emphasize the roundness of your face.
Fade and Wavy Hair – Like the curl haircut, this fade and wavy hairstyle is also a great choice if you want a style that goes with your natural texturing. It’s a particularly good option if you’re not African American but want to get the high fade look with your medium length hair. Simply add a little hair product and you’re good to go each morning. Like many of the other styles, this one is also perfect for men with beards.
How to Cut – The sides and the back can be cut to your liking. If you’re in doubt, start with a #4 clipper (about a half inch of hair) and go up or down from there. Of course, the important part is the fringe. Tell your barber to cut your bangs at an angle, and ask for variation in length. The result should be a somewhat asymmetrical, messy fringe that looks good worn down or tousled.
Undercut – The undercut involves a short cut on the sides, but instead of being faded, is often all one length. Another type of undercut is the disconnected haircut, where there is a blunt dividing line between the long hair on top of the head and the shorter, buzzed hair at the sides. With medium length to longer hair on top, a hairstyle offers a lot of styling versatility, while the short hair at the sides keeps everything low-maintenance.
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