Title: Top 5 Hairstyles for Men with Beards
- How to style a Slicked Back Undercut
To create the slick back look you need to comb your hair back starting at the forehead and ending at the nape. The motion of the back-combing of the hair is straight and even, so if you first start combing back the hair on the center of your forehead (where the hair starts on your forehead), you shall then finish the back-combing motion at the center of your nape. You then repeat the same motion for the rest of your head, always starting at the front and ending at the back of the head.
Your shampooing routine should put all the attention on those locks and your scalp. This will keep your top knot in tip-top shape. Use PMB Tea Tree Shampoo & Conditioner for a soft and silky finish.
- How to style a Man bun / Top knot
First, start by finding the placement of the top knot. Then, take all your hair up and tie it as you would with a man bun. The result is a new ‘do complete ‘. This is a great style for guys who like the man bun but don’t want to wait months to grow out their hair!
- How to style A Shaggy / Messy hair
Start with a clean, towel-dried hair and use a blow dryer on a high heat setting to achieve the shape you want. Take a small amount of Pompadour Paste or Pliable Clay and work it into the back of the hair, moving forward. To use, rub a small amount of the styling product between the fingers and work from root to tip for a strong, matte hold with added texture.
4. How to style a Side Swept Undercut with Beard
This look needs a lot of attention and requires a product with a heavy hold. Like the Pliable Clay, the side swept undercut requires volume. Take all the product in well and comb the hair to one side. This provides the asymmetrical look that’s key to the side swept undercut.
- How to style a Hippie Combed Slicked Back with Faded Sides
Retro styles are still as popular as ever. This slicked back cut pays homage to the greaser look of the fifties, with the beard rounding out the style.