How to Style a Textured Side Part - With Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight

In the third instalment of Uppercut's How To Style guides we look at how to style a textured side part with Uppercut Deluxe's Featherweight.

Adding texture to a hairstyle is often a good thing. From the style icons of the 50’s and 60’s through to the modern gent, texturizing hairstyles is nothing new. It is however something that takes considerable skill and effort to keep it looking good all day long. Contrary to popular belief, making a textured style look good and effortless actually requires considerable thought. Whether you’re looking to modernize a classic style or set your own direction, make sure you start with a hair cut that allows you the versatility to choose.

Don’t make the mistake of assuming that its all down to the product you use – its way more than that, starting off with the very foundations of the cut you get at the barbershop. Your barber will understand this, so make sure to explain when you’re getting a trim that you like to wear your hair slicked or textured – or a combination of all of these.

Once you’re happy with the basics of your style, Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight is a great and extremely versatile product. It's ideal for textured, messy styles, offering just enough hold and grip to keep shorter hair held in place. Its finish is low shine and matte, while being water based for that no-fuss wash out straight after use.

Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight is a classic and easy to use product. It grips as you apply it through your hair, giving more hold as you work it through. Check out the video and side by side guide from Uppercut Deluxe below for info on how to style:

Pick up all you will need in store and online at Fat Buddha Store:
Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight and a Comb.


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