Beomgyu: 90s Style Textured Curtain Haircut

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Korean boybander Beomgyu gives good 90s throwback vibes with this textured curtain haircut.  But what MFH almost loves more than the haircut itself is that shine. Beomgyu’s hair is so glossy you could use it as a mirror…



MFH says

One of the qualifying factors to join a Korean boyband is clearly ‘must give good hair’ – and Beomgyu from TXT does just that with this 90s throwback  textured curtain haircut

That floppy fringe has just the right amount of texture to give it a bit of versatility – he can wear it messy and tousled, or  parted on the side if he wants to change it up.

Meanwhile the length is borderline mullet, so that’s another top trend ticked off.

(A little research shows that Beomgyu’s hair was a wolf cut/mullet not that long ago).

Given that every time a Korean boyband member changes up his hair it breaks the internet, MFH will be interested to see what next for Beomgyu’s hair…



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  • For Beomgyu’s 90s throwback  textured curtain haircut you need a skilled barber or hairstylist to get the cut just right.
  • Your stylist will probably comb the hair straight back from the forehead and divide it into two equal sections with a center part.
  • They’ll trim the hair shorter at the sides and leave it to collar length at the back.
  • Beomgyu’s hair on the top has been left longer (around 2 inches or more) and has most likely been trimmed with thinning shears to create texture to help the hair fall naturally and create a softer look.
  • For Beomgyu’s 90s throwback  textured curtain haircut it’s all about having thick, straight hair.
  • To get that shine, use a clarifying shampoo once a week – a buildup of product or minerals can make your hair look dull and lifeless so this will help remove that.
  • Always condition your hair after you wash it.
  • Once a week, apply a hair mask or overnight conditioning treatment.
  • Limit heat styling as much as possible – and if you do use a hairdryer or straighteners, coat your hair with a heat protecting product first.
  • Another top tip? After washing and conditioning your hair, run it under cold water to finish, as this helps close the cuticles and can help give hair a shinier appearance.
  • To style this look, apply a product like volumising mousse or a texturising spray to your hair.
  • Use a comb to get the perfect centre part and use your nose as a guide for where to part it.
  • Then using a round brush, blow dry your hair down each side, then around the back.
  • If you want a little bit of volume, lift the brush slightly as you dry it, pointing the hairdryer at the roots.
  • If you want to give it a very polished look, you can run some straighteners through it quickly.
  • Then, use your fingers and a little pomade or wax to style the floppy fringe in a natural, slightly messy way.
  • Spritz with a shine spray or apply a tiny bit of hair oil over the hair to give it that glossy appearance.



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