The latest take on the classic crop is slightly longer on top than the one-length-all-over version – so get appropriate grading advice.
Johry Batt – Fitness Instructor and MH cover Guy
AT THE BARBER Use clippers on a number two setting and blend into a number three on the back and sides of the head. Then scissor cut the top section of the hair with point cutting to give added texture and grading, says Delin Naude, creative director at Palladium Hair Company. Use a structured styling paste on towel-dryed hair – this will give your hair some volume. Don’t use a styling gel, it’ll separate your hair and make it look even thinner.