By Darcy Guignard. Men Haircuts. Published at Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 - 18:08:17 PM.
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.
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.
The Flat Top Cut – This haircut is ideal for men that have straight hair because the final look usually reveals the top part of the hair as flat. In most cases, the hair at the top is trimmed to a minimum length and then trimmed so that when it is brushed up it remains flat. To highlight the flat top, the sides as well as back of the head is cut short into a fade depending on n individual’s preference.
Fade and Wavy Hair – Like the curl haircut, this fade and wavy hairstyle is also a great choice if you want a style that goes with your natural texturing. It’s a particularly good option if you’re not African American but want to get the high fade look with your medium length hair. Simply add a little hair product and you’re good to go each morning. Like many of the other styles, this one is also perfect for men with beards.
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