Jumat, 06 Februari 2015


The pompadour is one those looks that never seems to go out of style. Throughout the years, people from all backgrounds have worn these seemingly timeless hair styles. A proper pompadour will make a man look classic, cool, and edgy. The pompadour will also fit a lot of face and head shapes due to its ability to be contoured and cut accordingly.


Being a barber, I get a lot of questions regarding how to style and maintain the classic pompadour look. First, a barber has to create the foundation with a proper haircut. Without the right haircut, one will have extreme difficulty in creating the pompadour shape. It is imperative that the barber is reputable with cutting men’s hair and has a wide breadth of knowledge concerning traditional hair styles.
The ideal pompadour haircut is long in the front and tapered back shorter as it moves to the crown (forehead to top of the head). The amount of height in front will depend on the person’s hair texture and preference. The sides and back of the haircut should be cut with a short and tapered look in mind. This includes cutting the hair off of the ears and creating a neat neckline. The closeness of the sides will depend on factors such as hair texture, preference, and head shape.


The first step, and the most important step, in my opinion, to styling a pompadour, is to use a blow dryer. People, especially males, may be not accustomed to using a blow dryer. However, investing the time to learn to use it will make styling the pompadour a lot easier. Blow drying your hair will create the base shape and the elevation necessary for the style. If your hair is straight or fine, you will definitely need to blow dry. People with wavy or curly hair should also blow dry their hair to straighten everything out.

Either way, start with towel dried hair. If you want more control and hold while blow drying, you can use a light hair spray or gel to aid in the process. While using a round brush, start blow drying the sides and top of your hair straight back. Save the front of your hair for last. With the round brush, blow dry the front straight up to create elevation. Then, use the round brush to grab the front of your hair, and quarter turn the brush to fold the front back while you continue to blow dry.

The step just mentioned will require practice and patience. But once it is perfected, it makes styling the pompadour a lot easier, saves you time, and eliminates stress. When blow drying the front, try to think of bending and turning over the hair with the brush. Remember to always blow dry the hair from the roots to the ends of the hair, as this will provide more control and shorten the blow drying process.


If all goes according to plan, you will have a dry pompadour that will look nice but will need added holding power to keep your pomp looking solid all day or night. As a barber, I prefer Layrite Pomade to style pompadours. The holding power, scent, and its ability to wash out with water makes Layrite an obvious choice.

Start with a small amount of pomade -- usually two fingertips worth -- and rub it in both of your hands 'til the pomade is smooth. Now, apply the pomade in the same steps you blow dried your hair. Start with the sides, then move to the top. Again, save the front for last. The front of your hair will require the most Layrite, because you will need the added strength to hold up your pomp.


When combing the Layrite through your hair, follow the same steps that you used to put in the pomade. I prefer to use a regular styling comb. Start by combing the sides back. Then comb the top back. If you have trouble running the comb through your hair, you can add a little lightweight gel to help disperse the pomade through your hair. Again, save the front for last.

Start by combing the front straight up to spread the pomade throughout your hair and to elevate it. Now, with one hand holding the comb and one hand free, comb the front of your hair up and into your free hand. Your free hand will act as a guide for your hair to fold over and to also serve as a limit to how high the front will go.

Comb your hair up, and pat it down. Follow this step 'til you achieve the desired look. Hopefully, you will end up with the classic pompadour. If you want to add even more hold throughout the day, you can use hairspray to solidify your pomp.


There are many variations on how to style your pompadour, from loose and messy to tight and slick. Every person that I have talked to about styling their pompadours has developed extra steps that help them achieve their own look. Find what works for you, and practice, practice, practice. Every person will have difficulty combing their hair at first. Stick with it, and don’t get too discouraged. The end product is well worth the wait.
Famous Pompadour Haircut 
Bruno Mars 

source :http://www.layrite.com/blog/how-to-style-a-pompadour-using-layrite-pomade


The modern undecut (basically a very high bowl cut or a non-blended high and tight with a long top), is a hot trend lately and can be seen on models and musicians such as Jack Antonoff of fun. and Macklemore and even actors and celebrities such as David Beckham and Josh Duhamel. Of course, as someone who earns a living by cutting hair, I almost never endorse home haircutting, but the modern undercut isn't rocket science and it is fairly easy to cut a men's undercut at home.
It should be noted, that the current style is to wear the hair on top back in a pompadour style, so the haircut works best if you have significant length on top (three to five inches is ideal). If you don't have enough length to work with, you may want to grow som additional length before attempting to do the haircut. When you're ready, follow these instructions and you should come out with a solid haircut. It may be a good idea to go to your hairdresser first for the initial cut (it's easier to do a cut at home if you already have a basic shape to work with). Make sure you're okay with ending up with a buzzcut if you screw it up.
Difficulty: Average
Time: 15 Minutes
What You'll Need:
You'll need the right tools: a comb, a good clipper, clipper guards, a hand mirror, haircutting scissors, and a hair trimmer. It may also be handy to know the location of the nearest barber, just in case.
Here's How:
Tip:: For choice of mirrors, I recommend the Self-Cut System Haircutting Mirror or a swing arm vanity mirror -- either will help keep your hands free. If using a swing arm mirror, mount the mirror on a wall that runs perpendicular to the vanity mirror. This will allow you to stand between the two mirrors and see the back of your head. Having both hands free is a big plus. If using a hand mirror, you'll want to stand with your back to your larger mirror and look through the hand mirror into the large mirror to see a full view of the back of your head).
1) Section the Top: First, you'll want to dampen the hair (not too wet, but just enough to give you a little control). Part the hair on top on both sides, combing the hair towards the center of the head. Make sure the part is the same height on each side. I typically see the shaved part of this haircut stop just past the round of the head, but use your own judgement. Just keep in mind, the higher the part the more like a mohawk the haircut will look. You'll also want to make a part at the back of the head (at the same height or just below the side part -- the back should ideally dip below the crown) and comb that hair forward out of the way. The entire top of the head should be parted in a neat, even horseshoe shape. You may wish to apply some gel or hair clips to keep this hair in place while you're buzzing the sides and back.
2) Shave the Sides and Back: Next, you'll simply want to shave off everything below the parted section on top. This is where you have to choose how long you want the sides and back to be. Choose the clipper guard size you prefer -- no guard will leave nothing but stubble, a number one guard will leave 1/8 inch of hair and a number two will leave 1/4 inch of hair. To buzz the sides and back, I recommend starting at the top and clipping the hair, front to back, with the edge of the clipper guard lined up against the part, so you get a nice, clean line. The back may be a bit tricky, but follow the part line around until it meets the other side. You may have to go over this a few times to get it completely even and remove any lines left by the clipper guard. Next, working from the bottom up, simply buzz off any hair remaining.
Tip: A good professional quality clipper will give you better results than a cheap supermarket brand.
Clean Up the Back Edge: After you've buzzed the hair from the sides and back, wet down the top and comb it straight back. You'll notice the hair in the back hanging over the shaved part. Typically, this is left a little longer (especially if you have a resistant cowlick that makes the hair stick up in the back). Decide how far down the back of the head you want this hair to hang and simply cut it across with the scissors (you'll want to round the back instad of leaving it straight). This may be a good place to have someone assist you, so you get the cut across the back nice and even.
Detail the Edges: Using your trimmer, you'll now trim your sideburns and shave your neck by creating a line and shaving everything underneath. This will give your cut a polished look. Holding your trimmer with the teeth of the blade pointing at your skin (the blade is parallel to the floor with the bottom of the blade facing up) will allow you to cut a clean line. Holding the trimmer with the bottom of the blade flat against your skin (with the teeth facing up) will allow you to shave everything underneath the line you created. Follow the natural hairline as closely as possible.
Finally, you'll want to style the top as you would style a pompadour -- brushing everything on top up and back and setting the style in place with a little pomade.
Good luck! Remember, it's only hair and it will always grow back. Best case scenario, you end up with a cool haircut that doesn't cost you a lot of dough -- worst case scenario is that you end up with a buzzed head, which also doesn't cost you a lot of dough.

Famous UnderCut HairCut :
David Beckham :

Source : http://menshair.about.com/od/haircaretips/a/How-To-Give-Yourself-A-Mens-Undercut-Haircut.htm

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Maintaining a male Afro requires daily attention and special hair care. Black male hair produces an insufficient amount of sebum, the natural oil produced by the body to lubricate the hair. The result is that black male hair is exceptionally dry. Caring for an Afro demands particular grooming processes -- from the shower to brushing -- to ensure successful maintenance.

Things You'll Need

  • Baking soda
  • Water
  • Bowl
  • Blunted bristle brush
  • Sleeping cap
  • Satin pillow case


    • 1
      Mix together 1 tsp. water with 1 cup of warm water in a small bowl.
    • 2
      Drench your hair with the mixture and rub it thoroughly through your hair.
    • 3
      Rinse the mixture out with warm water. Repeat this process once every 21 days. Do not wash your Afro in between this cycle. The mixture cleanses the hair properly without resorting to traditional daily or weekly shampoos that can damage black male hair.
    • 4
      Brush your hair from the tip ends of the hair using a blunted bristle brush. Brush downward toward the scalp. Continue until the entire head of hair is brushed. Brush only once every seven days. Loosen and arrange hair with your fingers on other days to avoid damage or breakage of hair follicles.
    • 5
      Tie a sleeping cap -- or du-rag -- over your head before sleeping. Sleeping caps keep hair in place.
    • 6
      Cover your pillows with satin pillow cases, which prevent absorption of hair moisture.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_8695000_maintain-afro-male.html

Famous Afro Hair Cut:

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