I’ve always been a quiff fan. You decide how big you want to go, just sweep the hair up and back. I’d always recommend a matte clay for this style. It will provide hold and lived-in texture.
- This hairstyle if quiffed away from the face and brushed backwards.
- The hair can be styled to be pushed backwards or can be cut to be worn with a parting. However the hairstyle is cut, it will always revert to your natural shape, so I would suggest asking your barber/hairstylist what would work best for you.
- The length on both top and sides can vary and be worn both long or short, so feel free to experiment to see what suits you most.
- This style is best dried with a hairdryer.
- If your hair is straight you might be fine just using a hairdryer and hands to sculpt, however, if you have wavy or curly hair you would be better using a brush too.
- Remember to towel dry your hair after washing, making sure that when you start to dry with the hairdryer it is still damp as the hairdryer will have little effect if the hairs is dry.
- Adding styling products will help to keep the hair in place.
- In most cases these are added once the hair is dry. Some like to give a shine finish to this style whereas others prefer a more natural look.