A natural born showstopper, the quiff
makes a statement but with the right touches can be worn as subtle or extreme
as you like.
The quiff is all about length and
volume at the front, so striking a balance is key when it comes to this cut.
If you take the back and sides
particularly short while leaving a good deal of length on top, your quiff will
look much more dramatic due to the extreme contrast – so have a clear idea in
mind as to how you want your quiff to look. Bear in mind that the crown area
also needs to be cut shorter to allow the quiff shape to stand out.
Although often seen
as a younger man’s style, the quiff works for men of all ages – the size of
your quiff should chime roughly with the size of your personality. If you’re
opting for a quiff for its rockabilly-infused edge, then go big, but if you’d
rather a less attention-grabbing variation go for a more balanced shape.
Face type is also important: since the quiff offers natural volume, it’s best
not to take the hair at the sides and back too short if you have a long face.
How To Style
Use Redken powder grip in the front to
add volume must be used on dry hair.