I've only done this once but I started noticing it after but so it may be correlated, after my shower I let my hair dry 90% then got a straightener and then curled it for like 8 secs then just left it I didn't notice much results but I do notice that when I get out of the shower and let my hair naturally dry then it starts to curl
Been hearing that the french crop will be next. Thoughts? Seems pretty low maintenance
what hairstyle do you recommend for someone with curly hair?
Dumb stylist cut one side of my fringe shoter than the other. It's curly so its not noticeable unless i stretch the longer side. Should i just let it grow back or buzz? Fringe isnt that long.
Can't find a current /hg/ thread so I'll ask here.
Trying to accomplish this look. What's the best Wax I can use? I have ACrew Fiber and it's making my hair too greasy.
A lot of people ITT don't understand that for a male haircut to be a thing it almost definitely has to be short and low maintenance and interpretable/flexible enough to be worn by everyone
Stuff like Lax/hockey bro hair and mullets are pretty specific to white people tbh, and they take a while to grow out. HY achieved the mainstream trendiness/"thing" that it did because it's something easily attainable and relatively low maintenance, even people with really curly hair can just shave the sides really tight and have a HY
Keep dreaming mulletfags
Honestly as a cadet I am pretty happy that short hair is back in, because most of what's considered "in" right now I can do without violating regs. I'm not allowed to have a full on HY (has to be tapered) but I can get pretty close.
Pic related, this is what I've been getting for a while
(I used Paul Mitchell Barber's Classic pomade, if anyone cares)
i thought this was ugly as shit when i first saw it but its actually nextlvl as fuck
this is probly how people saw untapered hitler youths in 2007
pls if somebody is going to buzz just try this first and post pics
> This cut is so underrated, so rare to see these days
Actually it is a pretty basic cut, just the usual short back and sides, long on top with some layering here and there. It's the styling that makes the difference, you need a good texture on the fringe to pull it off
styled mullets and buzzcuts are gonna come back
>for a male haircut to be a thing it almost definitely has to be short and low maintenance
how do you explain the manbun being a big thing though
idk about america but in australia tones of men have manbuns now
not that i support it, i reckon it looks shit on 9/10 blokes but it discredits your claim
also the mullet is even lower maintenance than a manbun or even a hitler youth in some cases
the only thing that will stop the mullet coming back into fashion is beta geeks being too awkward to pull one off without looking like an autist
this poof from the 1975 has a sort of cool haircut i guess. maybe too edgy (literally) for it to come into fashion? it's really just one step beyond the unlayered home job hitler youth style though
another thing which makes the mullet a generally accessible hairstyle is the ability to have the top and sides cut in a way that will suit your face shape while letting the back grow.
but still, as with the manbun, you have to have a good profile or the mullet will just accentuate a weak chin or jaw by adding more mass to the back of the head. pic related lol
Getting my hair cut this weekend, what should I do with it?
currently suffering the agonizing stages preceding this glorious haircut ;(