High Bald Fade with Hard Part


This is the ideal option for men who like the best of both their work and party lifestyle. It’s very classic and modern and very clean. Low Bald Fade Razor Part


A highly trendy look that will definitely make you the focus of attention – this hard part effectively provides a direct contrast between the side and top mane.


If you’re a guy who wants a more polished look, it’s better for you to look like this. Make it more exciting to create a clear line and contrast by separating it from the other.

Short Hair Crew Cut

For a more interesting look, the clipped style with a neatly finished surgical line provides a sharp contrast. This fresh cut has a weak fade in particular.

Mid-skin Fade with side hair part

Fade hair from the middle section focuses on the top mane and makes it easy to wear any kind of style.

Strong Section


Since this haircut takes the shape of the head (as I mentioned before any flaws can be fixed with the appropriate selection of the direction of the part) the shape of the face is not so significant. Not ideal for those who split their hair sideways, it certainly is. Looks like this are ideal for a trustworthy person who is not reliant on others ‘ opinion. Speaking of lifestyle, particularly if you do some sports or maybe some creative activities, you’ll look cool with this haircut. This is, in truth, more of a soul state than a job thing. Just make sure that if you’re going to fit the dress code.

Slicked Hard Line Haircut

A with style designer Dani Ernst Master Colorist Hairstylist This is a pompadour haircut disconnected with a hard part. With the pompadour as a separate cut, we cut the back and sides like an undercut. My customer gets plenty of blonde highlights across his length and we have recently begun to incorporate some subtle lowlights toned with copper. The hard part is the best thing about this break. In 3 seconds, it can literally change the whole look. To the haircut, I feel it adds a lot of character and gives it more fun and personality. It is a must for a company. We use a mousse on his hair when the skin is wet. To assist with weight, we use an oversized circular brush and then we use a combination of a textured paste to cut it out and a dry surface spray for some grit to maintain the pressure. And we finish it off with some good hairspray holding so it’s not going to move.

High Taper Fade Shaved Part


A with Gary Corry Barber style designer The look I’ve been looking for is a classic 40s/50 hair cut with a modern twist. It’s a hard part of bold hair. I left the fade mid to low so I could drag the fade out and emphasize the fading look to keep the scissor over the comb mixing equally giving the hard part a meaning. To give the full style and definition, I used a cut throat razor. The best thing about hair cutting is that it’s a really traditional, modern style. The cut gives a sense of nostalgia and freshness to the consumer. A lot of creative freedom is given to me. It is crucial for the cut to have the right face shape because I think it is the best compliment to an oval face shape. Often essential is the form of hair itself. The best hair that works is strong hair straight. For finer hair, you can get the same look, but heavier hair works best for me. A good hair care is one of the most important things to keep and retain the look. I use Uppercut Deluxe directly. It gives shine and a strong hold. I like to blow the hair dry to get volume and height ready to style with the hair dryer to get the shape for the style. Fluctuating the temperature with the fashion mold helps to retain the look all day long. The best results will be achieved by using a vent or round brush during blow drying. Faux Hawk with Classic Hard Part Taper Line


A with Anthony Jaime Barber design designerA Mo Master Barber with fashion maker This hairstyle is called a hard part bald fade combover. How many choices you have in the hair styling is the best thing about this hair style. Use a blow dryer to get used to. Products are good like pomade or wax, but their initial direction will be provided by the blow dryer. Particularly for the pompadour hairstyle, products can give you a longer lasting hold. In addition to being trendy and having a good fade, this will give you an extra sophisticated look. It’s the ultimate hairstyle classic. Brushed Back Undercut


A with fashion designer Stacey Stirling-Brown Senior Hairstylist This guest has curly hair and I love to get a perfect ‘S ‘ shape to differentiate the look and offer a little personal style! I would suggest that you get a paddle brush and blow dryer with a stronghold paste if you are considering hard part haircuts like this. These are going to be the best methods for performance! I would recommend drying in a fortress gel using your comb to raise the hair for volume if you want an all-day stay from office to evening. Then use a matte paste to finish the look off. I’d sweep to the side with a medium keep paste if you’re looking for a more relaxed look. Hold the size to a minimum if you have a longer face. This look is so sweet! Play a bit more edge up the hard part! Mid Fade with Hard Part


A with Oscar Gonzalez Barber / Manager Design designer Depending on whether you are low or high maintenance I will or will not cut the hard part in. It all depends on styling lifestyle or ease. For example, if he has a hat all day long, unless he needs it, I wouldn’t give the part to a construction worker. You are always giving what the customer wants. Second, if somebody has a rounder face, I’m going to go up for a little more weight. If my customer is a surfer guy, I would use a dry clay product style such as Suavecito (Firme Clay or Matte) to keep the cut stylish for that effortless messy look. If he’s a businessman, for a slick and sleek look, I’ll suggest a brand like Suavecito (Original).

High Bald Hard Line Fade

High Skin Fade with Hard Part Comb Over


A with Aaron Tamayo Barber Style maker This is a sleek haircut with a straight razor hard part finish! With a lineup, it’s a high fade. Due to the sharpness symmetry and cleanliness, this haircut is one of my favorites to do. The hard part adds to this style that extra crisp. The cool thing about a rough haircut part is you don’t have to go down on the sides to a zero to get it. The hard part on a haircut is a nice detail when the top of the hair is long enough to be trendy. I used the Layrite super hold combination with a little layrite cement to add extra hold.

Little Boy with Hard Part Fade

A with fashion designer Bet Vannoy Stylist / Colorist This hard part undercut is edgy and at the same time business. It’s a great statement looking for that chic outsider and looks ah-mazing combined with a suit. The thing I love most about this look and usually undercuts is their styling flexibility. Click it back or use a cool pompadour to pump up the volume.

Hard Side Curly Hair


A with Jovanna Hamilton Cosmetologist / Barber Style Cut would be a curly skin fade. The most important part of this cut is the razor job. This makes everything look clean and smooth with his hair being so black. This style is perfect for anyone whose hair can be quickly or long enough to switch to the side with the material. For these styles, most people would use pomade or paste, but if you have curly hair, a gel curl cream or leave in a conditioner (used in this picture) would be perfect for curls and men would be easy to style. This cut can be perfect for any kind of man who has no fear of doing something fun and edgy. This cut is permanent and dry, corporate or not. This depends on how you style this.

High Skin Fade with Hard Part Comb Over


A with Aaron Tamayo Barber Style maker This is a sleek haircut with a straight razor hard part finish! With a lineup, it’s a high fade. Due to the sharpness symmetry and cleanliness, this haircut is one of my favorites to do. The hard part adds to this style that extra crisp. The cool thing about a rough haircut part is you don’t have to go down on the sides to a zero to get it. The hard part on a haircut is a nice detail when the top of the hair is long enough to be trendy. I used the Layrite super hold combination with a little layrite cement to add extra hold.

Little Boy with Hard Part Fade

A with fashion designer Bet Vannoy Stylist / Colorist This hard part undercut is edgy and at the same time business. It’s a great statement looking for that chic outsider and looks ah-mazing combined with a suit. The thing I love most about this look and usually undercuts is their styling flexibility. Click it back or use a cool pompadour to pump up the volume.

Hard Side Curly Hair


A with Jovanna Hamilton Cosmetologist / Barber Style Cut would be a curly skin fade. The most important part of this cut is the razor job. This makes everything look clean and smooth with his hair being so black. This style is perfect for anyone whose hair can be quickly or long enough to switch to the side with the material. For these styles, most people would use pomade or paste, but if you have curly hair, a gel curl cream or leave in a conditioner (used in this picture) would be perfect for curls and men would be easy to style. This cut can be perfect for any kind of man who has no fear of doing something fun and edgy. This cut is permanent and dry, corporate or not. This depends on how you style this.

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