By Ellayne Poulain. Men Haircuts. Published at Saturday, February 16th, 2019 - 20:13:12 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.
They use a good electric hair clipper that has no guard on it to create the closest cut possible. The end result is stubble-like texture. The reason they do this is to quickly remove all the hair without going through the time-consuming steps of shaving it clean off. It is not a very attractive haircut, however, it is efficient and effective for what is needed.
How to Cut: The sides should be buzzed with any razor length––we recommend a #2 or #3 for short pompadours and a #4 or #5 for longer styles. The top of your hair should be at least 3 inches, though it can be longer. Your hair should also be tapered so it fades into your neck.
These hair experts have developed a comprehensive resource on the coolest cuts and styles of 2019 based on face shape. Because not every look goes well with every guy, it’s important that guys pick the right haircut based on their facial features. This means that men with oval face shapes should try fades and undercuts on the sides with longer hair on top, including quiffs, pomps, slick backs, and textured spikes.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Stylespool website that is not Stylespool’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Stylespool claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.