How do I train my flat top?
The Flat Top Haircut:
- Fade the sides to the desired length.
- Taper the outline of the haircut.
- Blend the round of the head section into the top section using the clipper or scissor-over-comb technique.
- Apply a light hold gel to the hair and blow dry the hair so that it is all standing up evenly.
Is it hard to do a flat top haircut?
Cutting a flattop takes a steady hand and a good eye, but it’s actually a fairly easy haircut to master.
What does a flat top hair cut look like?
A flat top is a men’s haircut with upright hair on top and sides that are shaved or tapered short, creating a boxy shaped top. It’s also known for its precisely- cut square shape, but modern versions include rounded boxes and asymmetrical flat tops that make it easier to pair with both thick hair and thin hair.
How do you cut a flat top comb?
Remove first the guard clipper. Then, slide the flat top comb onto the hair based on your preferred angle. You may taper its cut by slightly angling your comb. Trim or cut the hairs which protrude through the comb’s teeth.
What is a flat top comb?
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Should I get a flat top?
If you have a square face shape, a flat top haircut will reinforce the square frame of your face. Because of this, the flat top works best with a square face shape. If you have a triangular/diamond or round face shape, consider getting another, similar style. The flat top haircut is also best for straight hair.
When was the flat top haircut popular?
The flattop has maintained a contingent of dedicated wearers since it was introduced. It was very popular in the 1950s, but faded in popularity with the emergence of longer hair styles in the late 1960s and 1970s. It had a brief reappearance in the 1980s and early 1990s, before dropping off again.
How do you cut a fade?
Follow these steps to cut a fade:
- Decide where you want the fade line to start.
- Decide if you want a short or long fade, and choose the appropriate guard size.
- Move the clippers up the sides and back to trim the hair.
- Gradually fade and blend your hair by changing the guards.
- Work your way up the head.