By Bellamy Rossignol. Hairstyles For Men. Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 06:53:29 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 allows for a lot more flexibility. The recommended product for a hairstyle like this would be matte hair wax, for a strong hold that looks natural. This hairstyle works best on younger kids and men, however, don’t let that stop you if you consider yourself an older gentleman.
At least, I cannot define it. I guess that everything you can think of is trendy. Oh, now I realized why the guy that I saw yesterday was with a ”Flock of Seagulls” hairdo. Maybe he thought he had a trendy hairdo? To tell you the truth I believe that if a hairstyle has to become a trendy hairstyle it is just a question of styling products.
High Fade with Hard Part and Quiff – To get the quiff, you will need at least 3 inches of hair on top of your head. The sides will then be buzzed into a taper fade – how short is up to you. Guys have the option of a high, low, mid, or skin fade. For an extreme look, a very short clipper setting will create a lot of contrast, while those wanting a classic look can choose a gentler taper.
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