How to Style a Low & Tight Side Part - With Uppercut Deluxe Monsterhold

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

The side part has been an iconic part of men’s grooming history since the early 1920’s when movie star used to style their hair in such a way. This was seen as a projection of class and is still to this day part of traditional barbering technique. This style has since been adapted to current times, with the short back and sides serving as the foundation of the Low & Tight Side Part, which can be styled in various ways using an Uppercut Deluxe comb, with the same concept of lifting the fringe upward to create height. This look can be achieved with different hair types and is one of the most popular hairstyles in current times.

The basis of this look starts in the barbershop. Make sure you find a barber you can trust, in order to get the best out of your style. Ask for a fade on the side and a hard part using clippers and a straight razor. Also, make sure you ask your barber to leave a decent amount of length on top to allow for styling. Even if you only want a short pompadour, your fringe should be left quite long, as this is essential to achieving this style.

If you can’t seem to get your side part to sit quite right, this is the video for you. Included in this how to grooming guide are all the tricks of the styling trade, with insight into the smallest details to help you nail a killer Low and tight side part, using Uppercut Deluxe Monster Hold.

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


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