Thin Pompadour Fade


How on the sides do you stretch a fade? Through a method of guard skipping, as you can claim. This works wonders for the trained eye in terms of aesthetics and creativity. Having thin hair look thicker is a great way.


As recommended by Sun Tzu, turn your weaknesses into benefits. When you know what to do with it, the fact that you have thin hair is not a problem, but an asset. One way to do this is by letting hair collect on top and then pulling back one on top of another to create a sense of completeness while cutting down the sides to contrast and increase it. The bald fade with the beard and glasses, if that’s what you’re looking for, gives a total hipster vibe.

Slicked Back Short Hair with Bald Fade

Professional Over 40


I would describe this as a modern conservative look for a professional man who wants a little more elegance with a tapered nape and temple region along with sharp lines. All these are my favorite pieces of this cut. This is a very easy style that I think would work with different lifestyles on all people. To men with a straight thin hair texture, this look is great. This is a style with very little time spent on repairs that you can clean and go. I recommend hair products such as mousse or even leave-in conditioner that I often use as a form of styling. Enable the hair to dry air or for a more detailed look, you can blow dry. I prefer things that are soft and elastic in the skin. When needed, a light hair spray could be used to keep a flame. Texturized Men with Barber


Clean Mature


I really like how the beard comes to the top of this look to highlight the round head. To smooth and style the beard, I use my own sandalwood and tea tree oil beard balm for the material. I also use Ampro Coconut Oil Gel to make the hair look soft and clean. So lure the ladies so my customers, it also has an enticing fragrance! To spike the hair, I rub the gel against the hair seed. There’s no shampoo at all involved! This is on the side of a classic skin fade. I used outliners to combine the sides and Andis Fademasters with a 1 1/2 guard up to the top! For outline the beard with a hot towel and straight razor, I used American Crew Shave Gel. Side Part Combover for Men More than 60


A with Freelance Stylist in Bristow Va This look is great for people looking for a sleek and new style with minimal maintenance. With just a small product, it can be achieved. To my guest, Pomade was used to help control the hard part and add shine. When you style wet hair, a mousse or gel will work as well. This look suits most face shapes hair types and lifestyles and can be altered by choosing a tighter fade in the back or a longer top to match each person.

Straight Rockstar Hard Part

A with Barber I would characterize this look to the average gentlemen as simple and elegant and easy to maintain. It’s casual but at the same time rockstar and looks fabulous in a denim jacket and funky. My favorite thing about this style is that in a week you don’t have to run back to the barbershop. As long as you keep the tidy part line and continue to wear it in the same shape, it will grow to a longer combover that fits those winter months best.
Compact Clean Textured Hair Cut


This look is compact and clean, allowing a bit of fun on top. While I still love a good fade, the textured top is what I really like about this style. My favorite to cut is a textured layer. Perhaps it’s the sensation of breaking it all up into the system and messin! A textured top is enjoyable and yet ordered scattered. It really carries a hairstyle that gives it an attitude and personality. If you consider a look like this to be armed with your favorite finishing product (a clay or paste works great) and be prepared to be wowed by the ease and shortened styling time.

Mohawk Fade


A with Barber I describes this hairstyle as a mohawk fade with a wet spiked finish. I recommend this even if they wear a semi-formal suit for people who want to look young. I use Alpha Products mostly, but I’m also fond of using American Crew for this hairstyle. I’d rather apply this look to people with a new, clean face. I’m not thinking about facial hair, but it really depends on the client’s face shape. If you have a very clean facial look, it looks more natural.I used Suavecito Firme Pomade here, but with Tip Top Pomade and/or Shiner Pomade you can also achieve this feel. Because of their water-soluble base and because they give the wet look without harming or giving the scalp dandruff, I highly recommend all these products. On any client with an oblong oval or diamond-shaped head, this looks good. Thick or thin hair customers can rock this look, but thinner hair customers get an extra clean look. I get a lot of customers who ask for this look and I enjoy cutting their hair because it doesn’t matter what you do or how you dress you’re going to look new.

A with Barber How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it? I don’t like to go super bald on the sides because there’s time and place for those fading, but I feel like a barber that you should picture the haircut that suits the face and masculinity of the client best. With a strong pomade or even with a simple gel like Johnny B, this look can be modeled. I can also build this fade where no product is required and it looks dry. Less is more at times! This is definitely a low-maintenance hair for men. For this sort of cut, a slimmer face structure is much preferred. This would be best suited for any man who wants a clean-cut look that gives a great first impression. Low Skin Bald Fade


A with Barber How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? I use a very small amount of Johnny B. You don’t need a lot of gel because it gives a nice, bright look to use just a little bit. I’m also using Gel Wax Red One Agua Skin. Both products are working fine! For anyone of any age, I recommend this look whether they have thick hair, thin hair, curly hair or straight hair. I think the low bald fade looks good on any shape and size of the head, and that haircut suits any lifestyle.

I used Suavecito Firme Pomade here, but with Tip Top Pomade and/or Shiner Pomade you can also achieve this feel. Because of their water-soluble base and because they give the wet look without harming or giving the scalp dandruff, I highly recommend all these products. On any client with an oblong oval or diamond-shaped head, this looks good. Thick or thin hair customers can rock this look, but thinner hair customers get an extra clean look. I get a lot of customers who ask for this look and I enjoy cutting their hair because it doesn’t matter what you do or how you dress you’re going to look new.

A with Barber How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it? I don’t like to go super bald on the sides because there’s time and place for those fading, but I feel like a barber that you should picture the haircut that suits the face and masculinity of the client best. With a strong pomade or even with a simple gel like Johnny B, this look can be modeled. I can also build this fade where no product is required and it looks dry. Less is more at times! This is definitely a low-maintenance hair for men. For this sort of cut, a slimmer face structure is much preferred. This would be best suited for any man who wants a clean-cut look that gives a great first impression. Low Skin Bald Fade


A with Barber How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? I use a very small amount of Johnny B. You don’t need a lot of gel because it gives a nice, bright look to use just a little bit. I’m also using Gel Wax Red One Agua Skin. Both products are working fine! For anyone of any age, I recommend this look whether they have thick hair, thin hair, curly hair or straight hair. I think the low bald fade looks good on any shape and size of the head, and that haircut suits any lifestyle.

The skin of my client is very healthy and I picked something that wasn’t greasy to make sure it didn’t weigh down the hair. I used and finished Bed Head Matte Separation Workable Wax with hairspray. This seems to be the most common haircut in the shop (Cavalier Club Bedford) where I’m training. I feel it’s one of the most versatile looks for a wide range of customers to adapt. This particular model has pretty thin hair on top but this style works well with what it has and you can find a nice balance with the faded sides and heavier top section on the back. This particular style is a timeless classic and, while still making a statement, suits white collar workers. It’s a favorite of mine.

Faux Hawk


Comb hair to the middle and brush the traditional fake mohawk. Latest-Hair Type All Trends Formal

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