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Men Hair Style: What Are Common Male Hair Problems And Solutions? 2019

Your layering game can be flawless, your box of cool sneakers and your outerwear on the point, but it will be all for nothing if your hair does not behave.

Of course, just wandering in the barbers with David Beckham’s snatch will not fix a double crown that lets you look like you are styling your hair by sticking your finger in a socket.

Instead, you need to deploy the right tools to whip the craziest manes online. To find out what you’re fighting for, and the best fix, we’ve tapped the best barbers in London to guide you through the follicular fog.

Get your Bonce to behave with these approved barber tips

Your layering game can be flawless, your box of cool sneakers and your outerwear on the point, but it will be all for nothing if your hair does not behave.

Instead, you need to deploy the right tools to whip the craziest manes online. To find out what you’re fighting for, and the best fix, we’ve tapped the best barbers in London to guide you through the follicular fog.

The problem: cowlicks
The contribution of the cow to your look should be like a jacket, not a dressing table. These swirls of hair grow against the direction you want the style, creating the whorls that the cow’s tongues imprint on their calves, and that stick when all else is flat.

The fix: go with the feed
Slicking on hair products will not help, so know when to beat a tactical treat. “Choose the right hairstyle to embrace the natural direction of your hair,” says Denis Robinson, creative director of The Ruffians. If your ear sticks to the back of your head, a groomsman turned on will cut short, then sweep the hair in that direction.

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