The wavy hairstyle has existed for decades and returned to fashion in 2020. The style is distinguished by its wavy model and captivating texture and is a great way to change your look if your hair is short. A versatile hairstyle, the waves can be combined with a line-up, fade, taper and more. All you need to create the waves is a brush and ointment, the patience of brushing your hair every day in the wave pattern and a rag to keep them all in place overnight.
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1. 180 wave hairstyle
The “half wave” option, also called 180 waves, only requires you to create the wave pattern on a section of hair. Focus the waves on the crown of the head and leave the sides cut out or buzzed for an extraordinary hairstyle. Keep everything clear with a precise align or train from your barber.
2. Short waves
If yours the hair is very shortwaves are one of the best styles you can get as they add personality and definition to your style without having to cut or shave any sections. In addition, the waves are designed for shorter lengths, so they are an excellent option if you prefer to keep your hair cut.
3. 180 waves with alignment
Give your 180 wave hairstyle a unique touch with a line-up. Line-up is an amazing and eye-catching hairstyle because its unique appearance attracts attention. Your barber can shave a clean line in the temple or hairline, leaving your waves intact at the top of the head.
4. Haircut with waves
While waves are generally suitable for short hair, boys with medium length hair they can achieve a similar effect when they combine the wave technique with a switch off. This haircut – also known as Brooklyn outbreak or afro outbreak – is entirely on faded or tapered side sections with plenty of volume on top. You can brush this longer top section in waves to create a subtle chain effect.
5. Waves haircut with a part
Similar to waves with aligned haircut, wavy hairstyle with one part involves shaving a defined line in the hair to create the same effect as a parting. Instead of a central part, your barber will shave in a lateral separation, giving your hairstyle a dynamic and asymmetrical appearance that contrasts with the waves.
6. Waves with beard
Waves are a versatile hairstyle and look great when paired with a beard – if the facial hair is broad, full or short and cared for. A popular option is to connect your wavy hairstyle with a beard through a sharp shape. Your barber will shave your hair, sideburns and facial hair in an elegant and sophisticated all-in-one look.
7. Half Moon with Waves
A crescent is a subtle but affirmative addition to short haircut. Even the likes of Drake and Nas have worn it. While it is usually added to a simple one high and narrow cut, the crescent also looks excellent when paired with the waves. This is because the shape of the crescent creates an appealing contrast with the direction of the waves.
8. Two half moons with waves
What’s better than a crescent? Two. Make a bolder style statement by adding a second shaved design to your wavy hairstyle. Try two disconnected moons or join them to create a unique result. The dual design will make your waves stand out even more.
9. 360 waves and alignment
Make your 360 waves stand out with a clear and precise line. Your barber will define your hairline and shave in angular lines or curves. The key is the contrast between the fluid appearance of the waves and the sharp angles of the line-up. It is a hairstyle that gives you the best of both worlds.
10. High fade waves
Fades have been a popular hairstyle for black men for decades and never go out of style. One of the most sophisticated versions of this cut, the high fade, begins above the midline between the temples and the ears. It’s an elegant option if you’re looking for a more professional 180-wave approach.
11. Temporary fading waves
A temporary fade it is a type of conical cut that starts around the temples. Instead of creating a stark contrast – as they do a hard parting or alignment – the temperature fades instead adapts to the organic feel of the wavy hairstyle. Instead of stopping abruptly, the waves gradually melt into fade. The result is a sober, subtle and sophisticated appearance.
12. Waves of skin fading
A the skin fades it is a modern, sophisticated and low maintenance haircut, and it looks great when paired with waves. Similar to aa temporary fade, a fading of the skin gradually melts the waves. However, instead of fading into shorter hair, the waves fade to the skin. The faded and cold waves of the skin are a sharp aspect for every man.
13. Drop Fade with Waves
There are many different types of fades to choose from, but the drop vanishes stands out from everyone. Unlike other versions of this cut, the fade in fall does not melt the hair evenly – instead, the fade starts around the temple and ‘drops’ behind the ear for an edgy and unusual appearance. Due to its curved appearance, the drop fade is an excellent partner for a wavy hairstyle.
14. Low Fade with Waves
A reduced fade it usually starts around the top of the ears, under the temples and gradually thins the hair down to the shortest length. Take the low fade effect while maintaining 360 waves, your barber can create a semi-faded appearance. This cut limits the low fade in the front of the hair leaving the waves in the back intact.
15. Mid Fade with Waves
A half fade it is halfway between a high and a low fade and ends between the temples and the ears. Often combined with a bald fade or the skin fades, is a versatile and sophisticated cut that still has attitude. When combined with 360 waves, it creates a smooth, graduated hairstyle that still has an edge. Add a shape and beard for extra style.
16. Bleached waves
For a truly daring and attention-grabbing look, look for bleach and make your ice waves platinum. Stars as a footballer Odell Beckham Jr I embraced the blonde gaze. While dyeing and bleaching can make hair dry, particularly if it already has a rough texture, it won’t necessarily destroy your 360 waves. To keep your waves while lightening your hair, be sure to apply and comb the bleach in the same direction as your waves. Once the bleaching process is finished, just wash and condition your hair and brush the waves as usual.
17. Waves with Sideburn Fade
While many men choose a high, temporary or low fade, there is another option: the fade of sideburns, also known as tapered sideburns. This cut draws attention to the eyes and cheekbones and can make your face more defined. Instead of fading the waves on the side of the head, the barber will start at the hairline. Next, they will gradually mix the hair up to the jaw. The cut looks even better when paired with crisp line-up
18. Taper Fade Haircut with Waves
Boys who want an90s look could try the conical fade with waves haircut. Rather than the bold and crisp appearance of a skin fade, the tapered fade gives a more subtle effect. You can combine it with a more natural and soft attachment and blend the taper in the beard for a final appearance that frames and flatters.
19. 360 waves hairstyle
The classic version of the hairstyle, 360 waves, creates a circular chain effect on the whole head. Also known as spinnas, 360 waves are among the most popular hairstyles for black men and always attract attention. While the waves look great, they take some time to create, so make sure you’re busy with the style before you start.
20. Waves of bald fade
Fresh and contemporary, a bald fade looks excellent when paired with any short or medium length haircut. It is similar to a fading of the skin but less gradual; hair ranges from long to short to bald in a smaller area. For this reason, a correct bald fade usually requires a professional who can precisely blend hair lengths. When it comes to waves, a high bald fade provides a cool and striking contrast.
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