Men’s haircut styles for thick hair

With curly hair, things can get unruly fast, so keep the sideburns sharp to preserve the look’s freshness.

Our man in the chair was sporting two cowlicks; Gianni had to find a way to defeat the offending follicles.

Gianni Fodera won a gold medal with

the U.S. team at the 2002 World Championship of Hairdressing in Las Vegas. So you might want to head to the St. Regis to catch him during his reign. If he’s booked solid, don’t despairhis father, who runs the place, won the championship twenty-two years ago. You might not get the same constant patter, though.

For this $50 cut, Gianni had to wrestle with something a lot of us know too well: hair that won’t behave. Our man in the chair was sporting two prominent cowlicks, so Gianni had to find a way to defeat the offending follicles. Said he: “The messy look won’t work because of the cowlicks, so we went for something a little slicker, more formal.” First, Gianni blended the back and sides into the top to unify things and to offset the male-pattern weakness. Then he used spray gel, parting and combing the hair back. The effect is consciously severe but debonair. Perfect for the office or a black-tie night out.

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