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The Quiff Haircut: How To Get It
The quiff haircut is a timeless hairstyle but how do you achieve it? Paul shows you how.(image)
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But how do you get it? What do you ask for?
I've personally been rocking the quiff for a few years now and after a series of more experimental cuts (including a
Obviously the quiff comes in a number of variations but in this article I wanted to focus on the hairstyle I opt for, a shorter length quiff with a side parting.
What To Ask For
As with any new haircut it's advisable to grow your hair out slightly before hand. The longer your hair is when you visit the Barbers the more they
To achieve this hairstyle it's all about keeping it shorter on the sides and back and keeping the length on the top. I personally opt for a grade 2 on the sides and back
With a fade on the sides and back I also keep the length on my crown to deal with my unfortunate double crown. You can get the Barber to cut all the way up to
With the side parting you can ask the Barber to shave a line in, this will make it stand out more. Again I personally don't get this done as I prefer to have it
The fringe should be kept long (to achieve the quiff) and also should carry the weight. This part is crucial as the attention of this hairstyle will be on the quiff so it's important (image)
Key Things To Ask* Short on the sides and back
* Keep the length on top
* Focus on length and volume for your fringe
As I've said before always ask the Barber for styling tips. Ever walked out of the Barbers with your hair looking faultless and then you fail to replicate it the next morning when you
With this hairstyle it's important to lay the foundation.
The hairdryer is your best friend here to make it easy to style and to give volume to your quiff.
Then using the hairdryer start by focusing on the quiff applying heat
Focus on the side parting too brushing upwards with the air from the hairdryer. Also focus on the back of your hair making sure everything falls into place nicely.
If you don't
Alternating between warm and cold air is advised, personally I use warm air for the beginning and then switch to cold air to finish it off.
With the foundation set it's time
Rub a small amount of the clay between your hands and apply from the root to the top, don't try and be smart with it or apply it just to the tips of your
* Apply Sea Salt Spray to damp hair