Christopher Briney’s 90s inspired curtains haircut is a winner for its low-maintenance versatility and movement.
One hallmark of a chop from this era is that undone, laidback feel – and these curtains and relaxed centre part would look as at home on the beach or rifling through a record store (#throwback) as they would on the red carpet.
Plus, being able to tuck your hair behind your ears while you track down that No Doubt CD = extra convenient.
- Want in on Christopher Briney’s 90s inspired curtains haircut? First, chat to your barber about what length and style will work best for your hair texture.
- Christopher’s cut is to collar length at the back and shorter at the sides, while still long enough to tuck behind his ears.
- The curtains are S-shaped and fall just below his brow line.
- Your barber will likely use a point-cutting technique, which adds texture and movement while helping to balance out any weight.
- For Christopher Briney’s 90s inspired curtains hairstyle, start by using a comb to create a centre part.
- Use your nose as a guideline – but remember relaxed is the name of the game here, so don’t worry about making it super precise and sharp.
- Take a golf-ball-sized amount of volumising mousse (or a few spritzes of a product like ANFORH TVS) and run it through towel-dried hair using your fingers.
- Blow dry your hair, using your hands to push the curtains upwards to create volume and movement. This look is all about a bit of natural messiness, so direct and shape with that in mind.
- When you’ve finished, warm a pea-sized amount of styling product – like a clay – in your hands and run it through your hair for a textured finish.