After the first lockdowns we sent our unkempt gentlemen for a spruce up at BarberShopCo. It was such a great time we decided to do round two for a post-Christmas break clean up with a couple more of the team. The pros at BarberShopCo were happy to oblige us and we left all the decision making in their capable hands. Because you don’t leave style up to chance, you leave it to the professionals.
The barber and team leader Danny took our man Lee and gave him a Classic Side Part. It’s a classic, it’s on point, and you can take it anywhere. If you want your boss to remember that he should really be paying you more, this look will do the trick. Over the weekend, you can let your hair down and try desperately to not mix any metaphors while talking about hairstyles. Run your fingers through your hair, give yourself a textured look, and you look like you’re ready to kick back with a G&T in the sun.
Danny started with Lee’s sides fading from a two to zero. He left a little weight on the blend for pushing back on when styling. On top the cut is uniform with a smidge of graduation heading towards the crown.
This look is one that goes well with some 5 o’clock shadow or a seamlessly blended beard.
Start off with a hairdryer set to hot to get it into shape then flick the settings to cold. Next drop in some grooming spray and finish it off with a wide tooth comb for a natural classic feel. For a textured casual look use your fingers to shape it. Now you’re ready to get out there!
If you’re after a classic cut with a side part, find your local BarberShopCo here.
Photography by Journey Pictures.
Hair Styled by Danny from BarberShopCo
Make Up by Leisa Welch
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