Hairstyles For Short Hair Biography
How to Style:
1. Ask your stylist to taper the neck and up around the ears into about an inch and a half on top of the head.
2. When hair is still wet part it to the side with a comb and then style with a product that has some hold.
How to Style:
Ask your stylist or barber to use a razor so that there are no straight edges cut into the shape of this haircut. Layering the top and cutting into the shape will help keep it looking lighter instead of a mop on top.
1. Out of the shower use your fingers to shake out and arrange hair in the proper directions. You’re going to push most of the top hair towards the front and flick bangs over to the side.
2. Blow-dry or let the hair dry naturally.
3. Apply a light-hold pomade for texture and shine. Really use your fingers to pinch the tips of the hair for that cool shaggy feel.
Best Face Shapes and Hair Type:
All little boy face shapes can pull this off. To be honest it’s great for kids who have larger ears due to the camouflaging sides that cover ears up. Stick straight hair that won’t lay down or overly curly hair won’t be able to rock this look very easily.
Use products that will help break up and show off the shaggy texture of this hairstyle. Privé has a Detailing Pomade that defines and sculpts hair with flexible hold that will last all day.
Don’t use too much product! Pomades and waxes are by nature very oily so just a dab will do. Rub the product onto your palm to break up the product first before applying to your hair or you’ll wind up with a greasy mess.
This shorter haircut keeps the hair slightly longer on top. This is a great idea so you can spike hair up or down and have a little fun and versatility. The hair is also full on the sides to give it a cool California vibe. The hairstyle is not too clean cut but not crazy long either. It’s an all around cool and laid back style.