Side Part Haircut Styling Ideas for Pinoy Men

We've rounded up seven styling ideas for your side part haircut. Check them out.

It’s no secret how side part haircuts look great, no matter the occasion. It can work with any hair length and any hairstyle. You can style a side part haircut in several ways, depending on what your plans for the day are. Whether you’re looking for an easy, no-fuss hairstyle or a more polished ‘do, there’s one that suits a side part haircut. We’ve rounded up these ideas to give you options. Check them out.

1. Classic Comb Over

Asian man with a side part haircut wearing a brown polo
This simple but smart-looking hairstyle suits a side part haircut. Credit: Dennie Ramon

This sleek and polished hairstyle for men makes you look smart and dapper. To create this ‘do, part your hair neatly on one side and comb your hair towards the opposite side. Use a fine-tooth comb to create a smooth finish, then apply pomade to your hair to keep it in place.

Editor’s tip: Create sleek hairstyles for men with the help of Axe Ice Chill Pomade. This hard-hold, water-based pomade gives you maximum control and makes your hairstyle last for hours. It’s also easy to wash off, so you don’t have to worry about sticky residue getting left on your hair at the end of the day. 

2. Messy Hairstyle for Men

Asian man with a messy side part hairstyle
Having a bad hair day? Disguise it by going for this tousled look. Credit: Dennie Ramon

If you want a more casual and laidback look, this messy hairstyle is a great choice. Simply scrunch your hair to give it texture. Then, apply some hair putty to make your tousled ‘do last.

3. Wavy Hairstyle for Men

Asian man with wavy hairstyle wearing a maroon shirt
The waves help add volume to thin hair. Credit: Dennie Ramon

Does your side part haircut look flat and limp? Add some movement by creating waves using a flat iron. When you’re done, gently finger-comb your waves to make them loose and relaxed.

Editor’s Tip: Don’t let hair fall put a damper on your style! Use Dove Men + Care Strengthening Shampoo. which has caffeine and Trichazole Actives that fortify your strands and help prevent hair breakage. This way, your hair grows uninterrupted by hair fall. 

4. Side Part Haircut With Pompadour

Asian man with a pompadour hairstyle smiling
This hairstyle gives you the illusion of an elongated face shape. Credit: Shutterstock

The pompadour hairstyle adds height and volume to your ‘do. Create a pompadour by blow-drying your hair while brushing it backwards and upwards. Style and shape your pompadour with the help of a gel or pomade.

5. Simple Brushed Back Hairstyle

Asian man with short hair wearing eyeglasses
If you like keeping your hair away from your face, this is a stylish way to do it. Credit: Thái An on Unsplash

It’s not as high as the pompadour but it still gives your hair a bit of volume. For a more casual look, use your fingers to brush your hair backwards and apply putty to give you a matte, textured side part hairstyle.

Editor’s tip: Men’s scalps produce more sebum than women’s, that’s why men are more prone to dandruff. To keep your hair and scalp free from flakes, use CLEAR Cool Sport Menthol Anti-Dandruff Shampoo for Men. It is formulated with Triple Anti-Dandruff Technology that removes, resists, and prevents dandruff while getting rid of dirt, grease, and grime. It also leaves a fresh feeling on your scalp, thanks to its cooling mint. 

6. Korean Comma Hair

Asian man with a Korean comma hairstyle wearing a denim jacket
Make your hair look thicker by creating C-shapes near your hairline. Credit: Hariono Halim

This hairstyle helps in giving your face a nice frame. It also adds texture and a bit of volume so your hair doesn’t look flat. All you have to do is to clamp the sections of your hair near your face using a flat iron. Then, gently slide the flat iron downwards in a curved motion to create a C-shape.

7. Side Part Haircut With Side Fringe

Asian man with a short side part haircut wearing a white shirt
Nail this simple hairstyle with shiny, dandruff-free hair. Credit: Shutterstock

If you have longer hair in front, you can have it cover your forehead like bangs. Just comb your hair neatly to one side, allowing some strands to fall on your forehead and frame your face.

The next time you can’t think of a way to style your hair, just go back to these side part haircut ideas and pick your favorite ‘do. Have fun!

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