Are you looking for new ways to style your curly hair? If you’re after a low-maintenance cut that’ll keep you looking and feeling cool, then we think it’s about time you consider getting a curly hair undercut.
This dapper hair combination has been sweeping over our social channels, and once you’ve seen the hair potential in this style, you’ll be wondering what took you so long to try it in the first place.
1. Long curls with undercut
Are you currently rocking long curls that have the tendency to be unruly? Then this undercut update is all you need to try to make your curls manageable. Half the hair, half the hassle, right? Credit: @barbercarnepinacle
Editor’s tip: Manage your unruly curls with the cult fave VO5 Fluff Tamer. Ideal for short to medium length styles, this nifty product will control rebellious frizzy hair for a natural finish.
2. Precision undercut
With its sharp lining, this is a perfect example of a precision undercut with a slight fade. We like to hink of this as the modern ‘Shelby cut’ from TV series Peaky Blinders, because it still holds the distinctive undercut trademark but with a softer tapered finish. Credit:@area__9
3. Front heavy curls with undercut fade
If we’ve learnt anything from London Fashion Week Men’s, it’s that 2018 is all about the man fringe.
To give your curly hair undercut a runway upgrade, try pushing your strands forward for an instant fringe, and ask your barber to complete your new ‘do with a taper fade finish on the sides. Credit: @r.chezza
4. Dyed curly undercut fade
Whether you’re a fan of eccentric hues or subtle ones, updating your mane with a fresh shade will make for a serious style statement. Credit: @max_malyuta
5. Side-swept curls with faded finish
The best way to rock loose curls? To the side, of course, which this gent demonstrates. This dapper tousled style is given a little edge with a discreet undercut fade, making it a winning style. Credit: @yukistylist
Editor’s tip: Make the most out of your curl pattern with the help of TONI&GUY Messy Salt Spray. Spray evenly from root to tip on damp or dry hair, and mess with your fingers to give your mane maximum texture and body.
6. Shaved design + curly hair undercut
7. Subtle fade
Tempted to try a curly hair undercut but want to test the waters first? Going for a subtle undercut around the ear is an ideal way to see if the style is for you – plus it will keep your style looking fresh and your curls neat. Credit: @thebarberenvy