But that means you’ve got to a) have a great barber and b) have the money to pay for regular trims.
And Ashley is a man who likes his hair to look fresh at all times.
As an example? He posted this on Instagram during lockdown (remember those days?)
“My hair was getting out of control. I’m a man that trims at least twice a week so isolation has been a problem for me. My barber @mrf_f4fade said that he could coach my wife through it on Zoom. This is what happened. Let me know what you think and if your up for it shout @f4fade and @mrf_f4fade for advice (for a price lol) thanks @daniellewalters82 for being so patient with me. I know I’m fussy.”
Have a watch as you’ll get some DIY hair tips, and the contact deets of the man who does his hair. Win win!
- Ashley Walters’ Afro buzz cut with skin fade and line up is is a stunning, precise cut, but be prepared to visit your barber on the regular.
- This hairstyle is especially good if you have Afro, kinky or unruly hair because the short, sharp cut is easier to look after and keep in shape.
- The line up (which is sometimes referred to as a shape up) means the hairline is precision cut with an unguarded blade for that super sharp line.
- And the high skin fade might be severe, but it works with the precision of the rest of the haircut.
- Be warned, though, that this style will lose its sharpness quickly so it’s expect to be in the barber’s chair at least weekly – fortnightly at the very most.
- Ashley Walters’ Afro buzz cut with skin fade and line up is super short, but regardless, Afro hair needs lots of TLC.
- Wash with natural shampoos and conditioners.
- You’ll also need to regularly use scalp oil to ensure that area is protected so that any new hair growing through has a good chance of being strong and healthy.
- Try not to wash it more than once a week if you can.
- Use a nourishing deep-conditioning treatment once a week, too.