After the undercut-article is still very popular and the response to the other styling possibilities was great, we would like to build on it and introduce you another hip hair style for men, this year is very fashionable.
The speech is, of course, of the strictly backward variant. Inspired by the early 1930s, especially by Humphrey Bogart, this styling variant has already arrived in Hollywood & Co. long ago. The biggest representatives are David Beckham or Michael Pitt, who has a brilliant performance in the “Boardwalk Empire” series (played in the 1920s).
Surely this hairstyle is not something for oakdaleblog. Especially androgynous or still very young men should first make a bow around it. The “slicked-back” variant is either something for the modern gentleman or for the somewhat harder type man.
The decisive criteria for the perfect “slicked back” look are mainly the length of the coat and the brevity of the sides (+ back). The covering hair should already have a certain minimum length (approx. 10 cm), but can vary, and the sides sharply shaved. The stronger the contrast between short and long, the better.
The product selection for the styling is quite manageable. Gel is Trumf! -This is not a natural look but a strict, intentional “attitude”.Just after showering, dry your hair with the towel and then incorporate the gel of your choice into the hair. Then comb with a fine comb into position. In order to avoid the arg-to-severe look, it is best to ride your hands through the hair again and loosen the structure. Finally, fix everything with hair lacquer or shiny hair spray and let the whole thing air dry. Finished is the perfect “slicked-back” look!
The most important facts at a glance
Influenced by the 20s and 30s, especially by Humphrey Bogart
The sides should be shaved off, the coat hair significantly longer
Fits to men who have straight hair, or whose hair is easy to smooth
Products that give a strict and shiny look
As always, we are interested in your opinion about the hair style.Have you already tried them, how are your experiences? Let us know in the comments what you think about it!