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30 Gorgeous Men’s Hairstyles for Thick Hair

Get the best from your thick hair by choosing a great style and using the right products for the style you’re after. Here are 30 men’s hairstyles for thick hair that will give you tons of options to choose from whether you’re looking for a whole new cut or just wanting switch up your style!

Clean & Modern

Q&A with style creator, Benny Machado
Barber / Owner @ The Executive Barbershop in Newport News, VA

How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I describe this as a clean and modern look. One thing I like about this style is that it is easy to maintain. A well executed skin fade will never be old fashioned.

What products do you recommend to recreate this look?

To recreate this hairstyle, it is necessary to execute basic yet precise haircutting and blow drying techniques. The product that I utilized for the final touch was “Skilledbarber Fiber Gum” which has a low to medium hold.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look for someone with thick and straight hair. Clients that don’t have much time to dedicate to their grooming or have a busy lifestyle normally chose this type of hairstyles. This finished hairstyle and beard will vary according to the client’s hair type,head and face shape.

Modern Combover

Modern Combover hairstyleInstagram @edubdatdude

Q&A with style creator, Eric Soto
Barber @ Hone & Strop Barber and Brand in Bethlehem, PA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it? 

This look is a traditional combover with a modern flare and a hard part. A hard part is basically a line in the hair that is physically created with a trimmer or a razor instead of parting or sectioning the hair with a comb or brush. My favorite thing about this cut is the transition of the fade and the light to dark contrast. It’s very clean and basic, yet very alluring.

What products do you recommend to recreate this look? 

To achieve this look you can use any pomade with a shine. For this particular haircut and style I used Jramosny’s “The Shine”.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this cut for anyone looking to try a different, more classy, traditional and business oriented look. This look can go with any trend, dress style, or occupation. It is a very diverse hairstyle with many variations, which is my favorite part about the style in general.

Side Part + Fade

Side Part + Fade hairstyleInstagram @ron_talley

Q&A with style creator, Ron Talley
Barber & Co-Owner @ Electric Barbershop in Riverside, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a side part with a low skin fade. I love this look because it is a haircut/style that is timeless, but at the same time the skin fade makes it a little more aggressive.

What products do you recommend to recreate this look?

I styled this one with Uppercut Deluxe Matt Clay. This gentleman has naturally curly, wavy hair. He wanted to keep that natural curl and wave and with a small fingertip’s worth of Matt Clay, we got it!

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

The side part is a classic cut that just about anyone can rock. Some do not prefer something as short as a skin fade. This cut in particular looks best on someone with a little wave in their hair.

Thick & Textured

Thick & Textured hairstyleInstagram @hairnotjaded

Q&A with style creator, Jade Kirkbride
Licensed Cosmetologist @ Nalanis Salon in Ogden, UT


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as textured yet clean. My favorite part of this cut is that it can be styled in so many ways. Even without product it lays nicely and can work on many different head shapes. It is a look that flows well for many different styles of men.

What products do you recommend to recreate this look?

My go-to styling paste is Kevin Murphy FREE.HOLD. I rough dryed him with the dryer to create the shape I wanted, then worked the product through all the hair, piecing out certain strands and twisting them to create a textured, not-so-perfect looking style.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

He is the client that doesn’t like to see me every three to five weeks. He loved his long hair, but needed something more professional with minimal upkeep. He also doesn’t want to spend an hour in the chair, so coming in to keep his sides looking tight and clean is quick and easy.

Maintenance includes simply thinning out the top using thinning sheers and my razor to keep that texture. This cut defined his features and made styling his thick and wavy hair manageable. This is my go-to stylish cut on any guy with thick hair looking for a new and improved look.

Brushed Back & Natural

Brushed Back & Natural hairstyleInstagram @z_ramsey

Q&A with style creator, Zach Ramsey
Barber @ The Outpost Barber Co in Cohoes, NY


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This haircut is a loosely textured, brushed back style. It has a very natural look and feel. My favorite part of this style is the maintainability. The client doesn’t have to put a lot of effort in styling to achieve this look.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recommnend a light amount of a sea salt spray and a matte finish clay. The more natural the finish, the better.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this style to a client that has thicker hair because it is much easier to maintain than a shorter clipper cut. Face shape is also key. This style can be done on most face shapes as long as you customize the silhouette shape of the hair to the head shape of the individual.

Skin Fade Crop

Skin Fade Crop hairstyleInstagram @paddy_the_pomp

Q&A with style creator, Paddy Corrigan
Barber @ Jacks Barbers in Dublin, Ireland


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

The type of haircut is a skin fade crop. It is a big summer trend at the moment. It’s a 90s style with a modern twist that’s coming back on trend by blending it to the scalp and leaving the top heavy and natural.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

The product I used is by our own brand AFFECTED by Jack’s Barbers. It’s a texture spray and clay slowly blow dried into damp hair using a diffuser

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This works well on someone with a square face shape and strong bone structure, as well as a good hair line in the front fringe. Clients with really straight hair could struggle with this look because they find it hard to get texture through the top.

U.K.-Inspired Fade

U.K.-Inspired Fade hairstyleInstagram @mikeyyyyyyy_

Q&A with style creator, Mikey Henger
Barber @ Mikey Outlaw in Berwick, PA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This look is very U.K.-inspired. I loved creating the wavy texture and pairing it with a smooth fade. It basically says “I care, and I don’t care” at the same time.

What products do you recommend to recreate this look?

Any salt spray would be a key element give this hair texture. Adding some texturizing and volumizing powder will also aide in styling.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This is a look that will become more popular overtime. The cropped fringe style is a great haircut for people looking to stand out, especially in the states currently. It is a bit fashion forward, but easy to style and even easier to maintain.

Clean & Fresh

Clean & Fresh hairstyleInstagram @shawn_barbz

Q&A with style creator, Shawn Barbz
Barber @ Coldkutz Barbershop in Toronto, Canada


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as something new for the summer. It’s clean with the weight on top and a heavy beard. The transition from hair to skin on top and into the beard is beautiful. I love this look especially with the curls, though I recommend it to anyone with curly or straight hair.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

The products I used to achieve this look are Elegance Wax and Pomade for the hair on top of the head. I used a minimal amount to get that messy look and it smells amazing I might add. For the beard I used Elegance Hair and Beard Oil. This left his beard a lot softer with a light shine. This is a great product for anyone starting a beard or maintaining one.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look to anyone who wants to try something new. It’s a fresh look and suitable for any lifestyle from the professional businessman to the athlete. It’s easy to maintain and great for the on-the-go gentleman. Weekly maintenance is suggested with the products I mentioned above. I don’t believe you have to have a certain face structure to achieve a look, it’s more about confidence and being happy leaving the salon or barbershop.

Young Professional

Q&A with style creator, Drake Pieper
Barber @ The Art Of Men’s Cuts in Bryant, AR


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This hairstyle is casual yet sophisticated. It looks just as good with sunglasses and shorts on a day out in the sun as it does dressed up for a formal event. The thing I like most about this cut is the soft blending up the sides with the part being long enough to feather back. It’s still got some weight to it, but it adds to the overall shape and body of the cut as a whole.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

To create this style, I use a blow dryer to give it as much body as possible and use a small amount of a matte clay product to hold the style together while maintaining a natural look. The product I use for this cut is the Shiner Gold Clay Maximum Matte. I really like to exaggerate the feathering back of the sides with this cut to give it that nice, blended look where the weight is. You want to make sure you focus on drying it almost straight back from the part rather than down and away from it.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is great for the young business professional who still wants to maintain a sense of style. The ideal hair for this would be medium length hair that is normal to medium in thickness, and more straight than curly. With enough blow drying, however, curly or thick hair can still be manipulated to achieve this look.

Dimensional Texture

Dimensional Texture hairstyleInstagram @hairbyrebeccaf

Q&A with style creator, Rebecca Franklin
Hairstylist @ Aura St. Vital in Winnipeg, Canada


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as something to add a little dimension and interest to the hair. It is perfect for someone who wants a change, but isn’t ready to do something completely different. My favorite thing about it is how the highlights really make his hair texture stand out.

What products do you recommend to recreate this look?

To recreate this look, I recommend a matte paste with a strong hold. I used the American Crew Fiber because it’s the kind of product that doesn’t make it look like you have anything in the hair, but it has a strong enough hold that you don’t need to worry about your hair falling throughout the day.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

Almost anyone can rock this look, as the styling options are endless. It’s very versatile! Having the top styled up a bit will definitely add some height and will lengthen a round face shape to create the desired oval shape. If you have curly, straight or wavy hair, you can still have this kind of look with slight variations.

This is an awesome look for people that like to have short hair but still want to style it because the sides can be as short as you want without it looking strange.

Bald Fade With a Twist

Q&A with style creator, Victoria Rivera
Barber @ Sharper Image in Lancaster, PA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a bald fade with a twist look on top.

What products do you recommend to recreate this look?

I recommend using the Twist Sponge and the curl cream that comes with it.

First start with water, add cream, then twist and blow dry at the same time on warm.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

Any client with a natural curl pattern could go for this look. It’s very simple and low maintenance!

Combover Cool

Combover Cool hairstyle Instagram @cuts4sale

Q&A with style creator, Yoshi
Barber @ The Elite Barber Shop in Pembroke Pines, FL


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

First of all, this is probably my favorite haircut to execute because you use all aspects of barbering to achieve it. A detailed description of this look would be a combover with a mid bald-fade and the top trimmed.

What products do you recommend to recreate this look?

I only recommend a light pomade. Many people over saturate the hair with pomade or gel but ideally, just a small amount is necessary to aide in styling the hair to still keep it soft and mobile

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look for a client with thicker hair, but it can be tailored for anyone. Depending on head shape and hair color, I’d just adjust the blend on the sides slightly either higher or lower. Also considering their lifestyle and habits, I’d cut the top of their hair shorter depending on how active they are so the hair doesn’t interfere with their daily routine.

#13 Smooth Sailing

Written by Tanya Ramirez

Try this sleek texture with a deep side part for a sexy, mysterious style.

Smooth Sailing Mens Hairstyle with Deep Side PartPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Shampoo and condition hair with smoothing products.
  2. Wring excess moisture from your hair with a towel.
  3. Use a large tooth comb to create a deep side part above one eye.
  4. Work a quarter-sized amount of smoothing serum through hair.
  5. Use fingers to direct hair forward as you blow dry on a medium heat setting.
  6. Once hair is about 85% dry, use a medium-sized paddle brush to finish smoothing hair as you finish blow drying.
  7. Finish with a bit of shine spray or serum.

Recommended Products:

Woody’s Quality Grooming Cream is a modern pomade for great hold with total flexibility.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Heart, oval and square face shapes wear this style well.

Tip:

Allowing just a bit of facial hair to grow will give this look a more edgy feel.

#14 Disheveled Texture

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This look shows off tons of movement through texture and simple styling.

Disheveled Texture Cool Style For A ManPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair to remove excess moisture.
  2. Work a quarter-sized amount of high hold texture cream through hair.
  3. Use fingertips to style hair.
  4. Allow hair to air dry the rest of the way for best results.

Recommended Products:

Aveda Control Paste gives hair a highly texturized yet low-sheen look that’s smooth, not sticky.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, heart and square face shapes wear this look best.

Tip:

Using a texture cream on towel dried hair and allowing it to air dry will give it the most natural finish. If you like a more controlled hold, use a styling gel instead.

#15 Pompadour Prep

Written by Tanya Ramirez

Hair remains high, yet soft, when styled into this modern take on the pompadour.

Pompadour Prep Style for a ManPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry freshly washed and conditioned hair.
  2. Work a quarter-sized amount of styling cream through hair.
  3. Use a medium round brush to style hair back away from the face, creating the lift needed for your finished look.
  4. Once all hair is dry, add a bit more styling cream to give your hair definition.
  5. Complete the look with a medium to high hold hairspray for control.

Recommended Products:

Bed Head Hard Head Hairspray does double duty, providing high hold and a medium shine finish.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, round, square and pear face shapes can rock this style.

Tip:

Styling hair with a round brush while blow drying is essential to creating a look that stays put all day.

#16 Side Step

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This classic, side-parted style with a matte finish is extra manly.

Side Step Thick Hair for a ManPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How to Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Use a blow dryer to finish drying hair while using fingers to direct hair to one side.
  3. Once hair is completely dry, use fingertips to direct hair to one side.

Recommended Products:

Use Redken for Men Work Hard Molding Paste for adding texture without shine.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval and pear face shapes with thicker, coarser hair types wear this look best.

Tip:

This style is great for those with a smaller forehead. If you have a larger forehead, it’s best to wear a style that has a little more length left in front to balance out your face shape.

#17 Prepped and Primed

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This look shows off simple styling with a soft, touchable finish.

Prepped and Primed Short StylePhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair to remove excess moisture.
  2. Use a blow dryer to finish drying hair while smoothing with fingers.
  3. Work a small amount of texture paste through hair to piece it out.

Recommended Products:

For texture and separation, try Alterna Hemp Natural Strength Concrete.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Square, pear and round face shapes wear this look well.

Tip:

Use a matte finish texture paste for low to no shine.

#18 Fresh Fauxhawk

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This hairstyle boasts a strong shape with a shiny finish and dimensional color.

Fresh Fauxhawk Style for a Man With Short Thick HairPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Use a blow dryer to dry while lifting at the roots with your fingertips to create volume.
  3. Work a quarter-sized amount of styling wax or paste through hair, directing hair slightly in towards the middle. Gradually add more product if necessary to achieve the desired amount of hold.

Recommended Products:

OSiS Gelastic is perfect for this style since it provides ultimate control with a highly reflective finish.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, round and heart shaped faces with thicker hair can rock this look.

Tip:

Always start with less product than you think you may need. Adding more product is easier than having to wash your hair and start over. Check out styling products we recommend.

#19 Grey Expectations

Written by Tanya Ramirez

The longer length on the top and sides of this style lends itself to a sharp yet classic look.

Grey ExpectationsPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Work a texture cream throughout, making sure to distribute the product evenly through all your hair.
  3. Allow to air dry.

Recommended Products:

Try Gage for Men Shaping Cream for hold, flexibility and a medium finish.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, heart and square face shapes wear this style well.

Tip:

Always work products through your entire head of hair. Working product through only one section will result in uneven styling and finish.

#20 Structured Style

Written by Tanya Ramirez

Thick, wavy hair texture styled with a firm control product really gives this look a tailored finish.

Structured Style Short Grey StylePhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Work a high hold matte finish gel or texture cream throughout hair to give it shape.
  3. Run fingers through your hair as you use a blow dryer to set the product.

Recommended Products:

American Crew Ultramatte is a medium hold fixative with a matte finish.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, square and heart shaped faces wear this look best.

Tip:

You might choose to blend grays with color someday. Ask your stylist about the numerous 10-minute color options available in salons! Salon color provides superior gray blending or complete gray coverage, depending upon the end result you wish to see.

#21 Forward Thinking

Written by Tanya Ramirez

Dense dark hair, styled into a slight fauxhawk, produces a clean-cut yet modern finish.

Forward Thinking Style for Thick Short HairPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How to Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Use fingers to direct hair toward the middle as you use a blow dryer to dry hair completely.
  3. Work a quarter-sized amount of styling cream through hair. Leave the front down but gradually work the hair at the top of your head into a low-laying fauxhawk.

Recommended Products:

American Crew Molding Clay provides concentrated styling power that lets you manipulate hair into any style.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, square and round shapes with thicker, coarser hair types can rock this look.

Tip:

Have your barber or stylist detail the hair around your face for a nice crisp line, as seen in the photo. This will provide a great frame for your face and enhance your strong features.

#22 Silver Fox

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This thick and slightly wavy gray hair is styled into a youthful yet corporate-friendly coif.

Decisive Deliberation Short Hair for a ManPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Work a nickel-sized amount of styling gel throughout hair.
  3. Flick a bit of the hair in the front hairline up.
  4. Allow hair to air dry.

Recommended Products:

American Crew Firm Hold Gel is non-flaking, alcohol-free, and has a low pH to prevent drying of the scalp.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, square, heart and round face shapes can easily pull off this style.

Tip:

Wavy hair can be tricky to work with. If you like more control, use a blow dryer to finish drying your hair after you work the gel through it.

#23 Short Shag

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This medium to short cut is styled around the head to create tons of movement and a shattered feel around the ends.

Short Shag Style for a Man With Thick HairPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Use a paddle brush to wrap hair around your head as you blow dry. This will create the movement you see in the photo.
  3. Work a bit of pliable styling cream through hair to define the movement created in the previous step.

Recommended Products:

Bed Head B for Men Multi Tasking Grooming Cream is a lightweight cream that gives natural definition and control.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, square, pear face shapes with thick straight hair will wear this look well.

Tip:

For extra hold, opt for a medium hold pliable styling paste instead.

#24 Hightops

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This style is a slight nod to the undercut, but with a bit more blending through the sides.

Hightop Short Style for Thick HairPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Work a golf ball-sized amount of styling mousse through hair.
  3. Use fingertips to lift hair at the roots as you blow dry.
  4. Once hair is completely dry, finish by working a high hold gel throughout the top and sides and directing the hair at the back of your head forward.

Recommended Products:

Try OSiS Grip for extra style support while blow drying.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, round and pear shaped faces can rock this style with ease.

Tip:

This style is sometimes difficult to describe to a stylist or barber. Aways bring photos with you so you can be sure you’re on the same page as the stylist or barber about what type of look you’re after, especially when you’re trying something new.

#25 Casual Curls

Written by Tanya Ramirez

Wavy hair cut shorter near the sides and left longer at the top creates a laid-back style that’s perfect for the beach or any guy on the go.

Lifted Higher Short Mens Cut For Wavy HairPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

HowTo Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Work a small amount of medium hold styling cream through hair.
  3. Use a blow dryer while lifting hair near the roots to create some volume.
  4. Finish by distributing about a nickel-sized amount of styling cream throughout hair from roots to tips.

Recommended Products:

American Crew Grooming Spray is a variable hold finishing spray that you can use on damp or dry hair to hold your style in place. It provides control with a soft, touchable finish.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Pear, oval, square and round face shapes with thick hair that has a natural wave to it wear this look well.

Tip:

For a healthy dose of shine, opt for a styling cream that’s got a medium to high shine factor as well as some hold to it.

#26 Controlled Crop

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This is a short and full cut that is great on hair of very coarse texture or hair that is extremely thick.

Controlled Crop Short Style for a ManPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Work a high hold styling gel throughout hair, flicking the front up just a bit.

Recommended Products:

Bed Head B for Men Power Play Firm Finish Gel provides control without flaking.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Heart, round, pear and oval face shapes with thicker, coarser hair types are perfect candidates for this style.

Tip:

Gel works better on thick hair than cream products because gels tend to offer a bit more control and structure to stubborn hair textures.

#27 Dual Personality

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This cut has serious style that combines both a smooth and a shattered texture. It’s a great look for those who can’t commit to just one style!

Dual Personality Short Spiky StylePhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Use a paddle brush to smooth the front half of your hair forward.
  3. Use fingertips to lift hair in the back, creating an edgy and contrasting look.
  4. Work a nickel-sized amount of texture cream through the front, directing it forward and piecing out the ends.
  5. Use a medium to high hold styling paste to lift and separate the hair in the back.

Recommended Products:

Inject your hair with Bed Head Headrush. It’s like shine adrenaline with a superfine mist!

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Heart, oval and square face shapes will wear this look well.

Tip:

Add extra reflection to the front with a light aerosol shine spray.

#28 Beach Blonde

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This is a super simple long style that’s great for those with straight hair texture.

Beach Blond Short Style for a ManPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Work a quarter-sized amount of styling liquid throughout hair from roots to ends. Be sure to work product through all your hair for even styling.
  3. Use a blow dryer to set the product and your style while finger-combing hair back and slightly over to one side.

Recommended Products:

Aveda Men Pure-Formance Liquid Pomade adds shine and moderate hold while maintaining natural movement.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval, pear and square face shapes with thick straight hair are the perfect candidates for this look.

Tip:

Split hair slightly (don’t create an obvious side part) over one eye rather than right down the middle. Stay away from parting hair in the middle. That tends to say “geek” rather than “chic”.

#29 Heartthrob Hair

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This style is parted deep to one side, giving it tons of touchable lift and a high-stakes style.

Deep Side Part With Touchable LiftPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Towel dry hair.
  2. Part hair to one side. Use the outer corner of one eye as your guide to where the part should be.
  3. Use fingertips to lift hair at the roots as you blow dry.
  4. Finish by distributing a nickel-sized amount of pliable styling cream throughout hair. Finger comb hair to the side.

Recommended Products: Try Redken for Men Loose Ends Liquid Pomade. It gives longer lengths a mild, flexible finish.

Best Face Shapes:

Oval, pear and round face shapes can rock this sexy style.

Tip: For extra control, add a bit of medium or high hold aerosol hairspray.

#30 Close Call

Written by Tanya Ramirez

This ultra-dense dark hair is styled close to the head for a polished, clean-cut finish.

Close Call Short Style for a ManPhoto Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Blow dry hair forward using a medium heat setting. Lift the very front (near your hairline) up as you dry.
  2. Work a nickel to quarter-sized amount of high hold, high shine styling gel through hair for perfect control.

Recommended Products:

Grab OSiS Gelastic for firm hold with a high shine finish.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Heart, square and oval face shaped with thicker hair of any texture can pull off this style.

Tip:

Ask your stylist or barber to create this look using clippers through the sides and back and scissors in the top area. The two lengths can then be blended with texturizing scissors.

We hope these looks inspire you to perfect your style. Find the right product, learn to blow dry your hair or try a wet look for a dapper finish.