The classic undercut has been around for a long time. It’s evolved from a classic clean undercut side part to more diversity. People nowadays think undercuts are for short voluminous quiff styles but that’s not always the case. There’s some out there who have an undercut with a side swept part. It’s always good to look at others for inspiration but at the end of the day it’s how you make it your own. There’s a lot of flexibility with the undercut and that’s what people love about it.
The Side part
The side part is classy but not outdated. It can be messy or clean. It’s a timeless style in our books because of how professional or laid back it can be. Whether you’re getting ready for a dinner date or just heading out for errands, the side part can leave a big impression. Generally with a side part, we’re going for one direction. However, you can use a matte product and create something messy that still looks good. Be creative!
Short textured Quiff
One of the easiest styles to maintain and perform. There’s no wrong way to do this. Grab your blow dryer apply some Original Styling Meraki by BluMaan and get stylin’! Use your fingers to create some texture and blow dry in all directions to help give your hair some volume. Finish it off with a pre-styler to keep it all in place and voila!
I feel that when we’re young we all go through a fringe style hair cut because once our hair starts growing long enough, gravity comes into play. The fringe style is definitely a classic especially a textured one. Can definitely be achieved with some Cavalier Heavy Clay or Hybrid Cream Clay.
Shoulder length styles
This style has been rising in popularity over the years. I feel that it’s starting to become a hairstyle that will last. We’ve seen it in movies on actors and artists. Chris hemsworth, Steven Tyler, Brad Pitt, and Harry styles all rocked the long shoulder length hair. I admit, it may not be for everyone and may not suit people’s lifestyle but if done well It can definitely look solid and for that reason it’s made the list.