When done right, a man’s hair part is subtle and sophisticated, as seen on George Clooney and Ryan Gosling. You don’t want to look like Bart Simpson on his way to church. Here’s how to style hair men – the part edition.
First, pick a direction. Hair wants to lie one way or the other. If it’s not doing what you want, you can “train” hair to do what you want. It will take a week or two of extra combing and product. Using a blow dryer also helps, if you have access to one.
The direction hair goes in will change with the hairstyle. Spikes will go straight up, slick hair will go back or across, and medium hair will lie flat.
Part hair. For men, the center part is a don’t. Unless you’re rocking the coolest long hair rocker style, you can’t pull it off. Go with a side part. This makes for an on trend slick hipster hair and elongates round faces. If you have an undercut, just pull hair across from one side.
No part. Many hairstyles don’t have parts at all. Crewcuts, spikes, and messy hair are all part free. As is hair slicked back, like the look above.