HAIRCUTS

Around the early - mid 2000s, it was all about the spiked hair look.

Then fast forward a couple years, it was all about the “fob cut” also known as a lad cut or footy cut….

And of late, it’s all about the neat comb-over / shaved line/part design

And there’s been some interesting/shocking ones of late…
Trying to start a new trend??

I’m a big fan of the Micheal Che Kam style…

Interesting how the styles change over the year, wonder whats next…
So have you or would you ever sport any of these styles?

Me, personally…
I stick with the regular zero fade.
Pic is not me, it’s off google…I get a haircut like this.

For Fulton, in that top pic, it was just about having some hair! 😆

Sutton looks like a throwback to the early Split Enz days.

There is a term for John Suttons style but the word filter won’t allow me to post it

metrosexuals and snags 😉

gotta love them

Whatever happened to the short back and sides ??

@smeghead:

There is a term for John Suttons style but the word filter won’t allow me to post it

lol, starts with a P?

Thread fail.

I hate Suttons. Guthersons is sorta the trend at the moment, I don’t mind it. I personally as a massive Teddy fan think he has the best cut in the game HAHA

Teddy?


Plain & simple

Here’s an OG bump for you @Tacky

Josh Reynolds haircut does him no favours… Damn hairline pushed back so far!
Looks like a Mohawk sometimes or he’s balding hard.




And been seeing these ugly cuts more and more lately…
Hideous.

@:

Whatever happened to the short back and sides ??

Nothing wrong with 5 on top at front half of scalp, blended into no 4 for rear half of scalp ( like me, for those who are thinning at the front and want to avoid the friar tuck look) 😒
on back and side cutting comb No.2, blended down to cutting comb No 1. around area of ears.

Sporty and presentable, but can be a bit nippy in winter. 😆

Long flowing locks, as seen here on Faith Faith Hill, are quite stunning.

#4 on top
#2 back +sides, tapered, no line
Haven’t used a comb or brush in over 20years

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