By frenky369. Men Haircuts. At Thursday, March 21st 2019, 09:31:42 AM.
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 – Faux hawks don’t explicitly require any certain lengths or types of cuts. However, you will need medium-length hair (at least 3–4 inches) to get a good, noticeable faux hawk shape. The sides and back should be shorter, but the exact length is up to you. The shorter the hair on the back and sides, the more the faux hawk will stand out.