By Burkett Claude. Hairstyles For Men. Published at Sunday, May 12th, 2019 - 11:40:17 AM.
The style made popular by Elvis during the 1960s has enjoyed a massive resurgence in recent years, with variations ranging from the classic to tapered. If texture is the ultimate aim, a tousled top – capable of being worn up as a loose quiff or down with a fringe – is an razor-sharp choice. Just be prepared to meet an avalanche of hair products every time you open your bathroom cabinet.
This will at least give you an idea of what you may look like with this hairstyle, thus will leave you with the decision whether to go for it or not. Another thing you could do for changing hair style which is also probably your best bet would be to seek professional help.
If you dig the slicked-back, traditional look that’s been popularized recently, then you can’t go wrong with this style. It combines a striking, defined side part with a glossy shine to make a dapper cut. A high quality hair product is the key to achieving this look. Apply some gel or, preferably, pomade to your hair and work it evenly. This will give it the glossy shine.
Mid Fade with Side Part and Long Fringe – The side part haircut, like a comb over, is a classic look that every barber knows how to cut and style. This particular example comes with medium length hair on top, a hard part, mid fade, and full facial hair!
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