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To part or not to part? Haircuts for men include a variety of styles—some with parts and some without. If you're not sure whether to choose a cut with a part, take a look at the questions to ask right now.
Do You Want a Low-Maintenance Cut?
Some side- and center-part cuts may require more care than no-part options. If you don't have the time or energy to blow dry, add products, constantly comb, or style your hair, consider a part-less crew cut, buzz cut, or fade. These cuts for men are wash-and-go styles that won't require you to wake up an hour early for work just to care for your hair.
How Long Is Your Hair?
While you don't need long, lux locks to have a part, a few inches can open up a new world of side part styles. A longer side part is a classic style that adds volume to your face. You can brush your hair back (and up), create a side sweep swirl, or wear it down for a natural look.
Do You Prefer Classic and Clean or Messy?
Are you a neat and tidy type of guy or do you like a tousled, messy style? Some of the low-maintenance cuts (such as crew cuts) can create a clean, classic look. But this doesn't mean you can't choose a parted option if your prefer this type of style. A part with a taper, a combed back part, or a sleek side part that's held in place with gel or pomade all scream clean.
Men who prefer the just-got-out-of-bed or no-muss, no-fuss type of cut can also pick a part. Instead of a comb and product, choose a tousled cut or a longer, soft style. A messy, parted cut pairs perfectly with gentle waves or loose curls.
What Is Your Face Shape?
Even though you have personal preferences, the decision to part your hair or not may depend on your face shape. Side parts, center parts, and part-less cuts can frame your face, highlight your facial features, or create a sense of imbalance. This makes it crucial to choose the right style/part placement for your face.
Common face shapes include round, oval, square/angular, heart, triangle, and oblong. If you're not sure which shape accurately describes your face, talk to your hair stylist. The professional can help you to learn more about your face's shape and which cuts work best for it.Share