The key to nice haircuts for guys is that they can be styled clean cut and formal or messy and casual. Here, hair is layered to add lots of texture and dimension to hair.
Whether hair is styled for work or play, you don’t want it to go limp or fall flat. Here’s how to style textured hair, starting with finding the right product.
Look for words like texture, molding, hair wax, putty, gum, or paste. There are lots of great options out there from the high end department store Jonathan Product Dirt Texturizing Paste to the budget friendly grocery store options like Got2b Sculpting Paste.
To style hair, rub a touch of product between your hands to warm it up and lightly coat all the strands. Then just pull hair up with your fingers until hair is as messy, spiky, and textured as you want it.
Most products these days are water soluble and should wash out in the shower. If you’re finding that hair is getting weighed down from product build up, try using Neutrogena Anti-Residue Formula once a week.
If thinning hair is a concern, adding texture through your haircut and with product will buy you some time. This spiky style makes thin hair thicker, especially when combined with products like Nexxus Thickening Volumizer Conditioner and Garnier Fructis Surf Hair Texture Paste that coat the hair cuticle, making hair visibly thicker.