By frenky369. Men Haircuts. At Saturday, March 30th 2019, 06:45:18 AM.
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.
The Caesar cut is ideal with diamond, square, oval and triangle faces. Guys with round or heart-shaped heads should avoid it. The look will enlarge the foreheads on heart-shaped guys and only further round out you round-head shaped fellows. This look is also good for older men’s hairstyles. It adds maturity while still being stylish.
The Trim Flip – If you can still achieve good, thick length on top, but your crown may be thinning a bit, this is a great style to make the best of what you have. Trim the sides short, not buzzed, but close. This creates a symmetry to any thinning while the length in the front adds a youthful appearance to the face. A soft grooming cream along with a little hair paste keeps this youthful and not weighed down.