This style is for people with a short-medium level of hair. Wet it well using a styling lotion or a gel and furrow it backwards so as to create a good looking pattern which goes from the front to the back or abruptly stands in mid air. This is by far the easiest pattern to maintain and goes will with any normal clothes. Once disheveled, this can be brought back to the original style very easily by just combing it backwards. Short side burns go very well with this cut.
HighLights and a Touch of Stubble.
Leave a little more of hair than the other medium hair cuts. Part it approximately in the middle and create the require separation correctly along the straight line. Gel a little bit and let loose your frontal hair so that it drops down on your face on both the sides (with more on one side as shown). Creates a exciting hairstyle for all those with a long face. So, if you want to try out something new with your growing hair, this might just be the right choice. A clean shave goes very well with it, but your could also try considering a neatly trimmed beard.
You can't really get this style wrong. Hair is uniformly cut to the desired level, preferable above three or four inches. Plump the front region well with a styling cream or gel and create a good textured spikes in the front region using your own hand and not with the brush. Suits very well with naturally coloured people. This is one of those styles that's appropriate for any kind of a life and it is very easy to make and maintain. The neat cut shows the broad forehead clearly.
A fairly simple haircut to implement. Keep it a little short on the sides and back. Gel just the frontal part and the top. Give it a nice texture so that it matches well with the natural colour of the hair. Make sure that the vibrant colour of your hair blends perfectly with the strands in the front. Comb your hair towards the front and make an exciting new style. Easy to maintain given the minimalism involved in the process.
Bit of a Quiff Going On.
Scissors are used to cut the hair throughout leaving enough to create the desired spiky effect. Taper the sides and back a little more than usual. Use styling paste to create the required definition and the spikes all over the place. Stylize your eyebrows and create a uniform pattern in you beard. This style is a very good choice for those with a perfect shaped face. Goes well with all kinds of dress from formal to informal.