By Aveline Legros. Men Haircuts. Published at Saturday, September 15th, 2018 - 13:11:39 PM.
Spiky – If you’re looking for an edgy way to add volume but don’t like the faux hawk style, try adding some spikes to your hair. It’s an attention-grabbing style, but it’s definitely not for everyone. When spiking your hair, you can define the spikes however you’d like. This can result in tall spikes or more messy, tousled spikes.
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.
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.
How to Style: Styling the pompadour is a 3-step process. First, apply a few generous scoops of pomade to damp hair. Comb your hair backward (all the way down your neck), evenly distributing the pomade. Second, if you want a part, now is the time to make one. Third, use the comb to lift the hair at the front of the head. Lift it upward and backward using a rolling motion. For more volume, you can blow dry your pompadour upward.
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