Side Part Pompadour
The Side part pompadour is a take on the classic pompadour but instead of the hair being pushed straight back from the forehead it is angled slightly with a side part put in one side. The side part can be put in using a razor creating a “hard part” or just parting the hair from the crown to the front with your comb creating a side part. Native Pomade is ideal for this modern take on a classic cut that will always look sharp.
Undercut Side Part
The Undercut Side Part cut is a good example of disconnection in modern barbering. The undercut is created by taking a clipper right up to the side part on one side and blended in round the back and the other side. You can use a razor to put a line in just under the parting creating a "hard part". Use Native Strong Wax to push the hair on top back at an angle to create a killer look.
The Modern Caesar
The Modern Caesar is a modern take on a classic gents' hair cut. It is essentially a short back and sides keeping it short on the top with a fringe pushed forward. This is becoming more popular with more and more gents returning to a block fringe rather than pushing the fringe back. Native Moulding Clay is the ideal product to achieve the perfect modern Caesar creating texture on top whilst keeping a strong fringe pushed forward.
The Classic Pompadour is a style that has had a massive resurgence over the past few years and it never fails to look sharp. For the classic pompadour, push the hair up and back from the forehead creating the pomp shape. Run Native Pomade from the front to the back to keep it looking slick.
High and Tight
Like the Low Fade, the High and Tight or the High Fade uses the exact same principles but the fade starts a lot higher up the head. The high and tight looks great when you keep it short and messy on top using a bit of native Shaping Paste to create texture in the hair.
The low fade is an ever-popular gents' cut and can be incorporated to all short back and sides styles. The low fade is when you simply fade the hair from the sides and back to the top lower than you usually do. This can look great with a zero/razor fade taking it right down to the skin but keeping the fade very low.