Published at Wednesday, May 29th, 2019 - 21:15:11 PM. Men Haircuts. By Bridgett Breton.
This style works best for fine or thick, straight hair. Take note that fine and thinning hair are two different things. If you’re a bit thin up top, skip this one at all costs. The slick-back look will only accentuate the problem. Styling wise a great pomade is all you need. Besides getting all your hair under control, it’ll have some nice shine.
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.
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