One of many things MFH loves about Rahi Chadda’s short 90s inspired curtains hairstyle is how that tousle and length add such a modern feel to a classic cut.
The top model, entrepreneur and content creator’s chop is versatile, too. You could sweep and slick the curtains back off the face, or even switch from a centre part to a side part for a totally different vibe.
- Keen on Rahi Chadda’s short 90s inspired curtains hairstyle? Ask your barber about the best approach for your hair type. If yours is curly or wavy, for example, it might be better to keep a bit more length on top.
- Rahi’s cut looks to be tapered at the sides, and to the nape of his neck at the back.
- The curtains are S-shaped and fall just below his brow line.
- For Rahi Chadda’s hairstyle, create a centre part using a comb and your nose as a guideline.
- Run a golf-ball-sized amount of volumising mousse, or a few spritzes of texture spray, through towel-dried hair using your fingers.
- Blow dry your hair, using your hands to push the curtains upwards to create volume and texture.
- Warm a pea-sized amount of styling clay, wax or pomade in your hands and run it through your hair for a tousled, photo-ready finish.
- Keep that part looking sharp by looking after the skin on your scalp, especially if you regularly use dry shampoo and other styling products. Tailored treatments, like a scalp scrub, can give yours some TLC.
- Bonus tip for added shine: after washing and conditioning your hair, run it under cold water to finish. While the scientific jury is still out, there’s a theory that cold water makes hair cuticles lie flatter so they reflect more light and your strands seem shinier. Worth a shot, right?