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Grooming · March 7, 2018

The Best Mens Haircuts of 2018

The Crop

###How to get it:
This cut is perfect for guys with unruly hair, especially those with hair on the thicker side, says Tony. For this one, youll want to ask your barber for a high and tight fade, leaving 1-2 inches on the top with a bit more weight towards the front. Also ask for a blunt line and have your barber add in a bit of texture.

How to style:

This is a pretty simple look to style, use a product like Hanz de Fuko Claymation and emulsify a small amount between your palms then apply to damp hair from root to tip and comb through to distribute evenly. He says, If you want a bit more texture, finish the look by running your fingers through your hair.

The Mane

###How to get it:
This is a good cut for thicker or wavier hair, ideally youll want hair at least to ear length. If youre just starting to grow it out just get maintenance cuts every few weeks by asking for even layers and getting the back tapered - being sure to leave as much length as possible. For more texture, get the ends feather razored.

How to style:

Tony says, youre not going to want something too heavy, aim for a hair cream or a light pomade, such as Baxter of California Grooming Lotion, or for thinner hair a spray like Baxter of California Clay Effect Style Spray will work to help add volume.

The Quiff

###How to get it:
This look is good for a lot of different hair types. Tony says its especially great if youre looking to have a bit more volume. Ask your barber for either a low or high fade. Depending on your preference, leaving 3-5 inches on the top. Have them cut it to your natural part leaving a bit more length in the front and tapering the back.

How to style:

A stronger hold pomade with some shine, like Blind Barber 90 Proof Pomade, is ideal for this cut. Add a small amount to damp hair and comb through to create some volume. He says, to take it even further use a blow dryer with a brush for an added volume boost.

- Bradley Cabral


Bradley Cabral

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