The Popular Hairstyle – Canadian
You will find detailed instructions on how to get a Canadian haircut yourself. You are welcome under the haircut! Description of the man’s haircut “Canadian”.
The most popular hairstyle – Canadian – for men with long hair, which can be safely called a classic. The haircut is perfect for both curly and straight hair.
The hairstyle looks very restrained and elegant. The hair on the back of the head and on the sides is brushed back smoothly. Hair from the forehead and crown also rises slightly at the root and is laid back. You can use different fixing agents. You can wiggle the strands with your fingers, giving them extra volume.
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Description of men’s haircut “Canadian”
Features The main feature of the “Canadian” men’s haircut is a rather large volume of hair in the forehead and crown. In this case, the back of the head, crown and temples are cut much shorter.
The transitions from areas of hair with a thick layer of hair to areas cut short are smooth, without sharp transitions that are striking. Therefore, the “Canadian” looks so neat and elegant. It will ideally fit into the look of a modern dandy: simple, but elegant and with a pretense of sophisticated aristocracy.
How to make a Canadian haircut at home?
If you decide to make a man’s haircut “Canadian” yourself, at home, it will not be so difficult. All you need is the help of a friend or your girlfriend, some tools, and patience:
What is required for a Canadian haircut?
- Scissors: straight and thinning (with “teeth”).
- A machine with attachment # 2.
- Rinse your hair thoroughly, dry your hair and comb it from the crown down to the neck.
- Make a horizontal parting (across the crown, from one ear to the other) and vertical parting (from the temples to the horizontal parting line).
- Separate on the forehead (at the very edge where hair begins to grow) the first strand half a centimeter wide. Pull it back at a right angle and trim it in a straight line so that the length of the strand is reduced to 3 cm.
- Work the rest of the anterior parietal zone of the head in the same way, trimming strand by strand and aligning them with the first.
- Then treat the lateral temporal areas of the head in the same way.
- Gently pulling your hair at a right angle, trim the hair over the ears and temples. Trim any unevenness.
- Divide the hair layer on the back of the head into two parts with a horizontal parting strictly parallel to the floor line.
- We start working on the upper part of the occipital region.
- Part the first strand of hair so that it is vertical and runs along the center axis of the nape from the first horizontal parting to the second.
- Cut this section with an oblique cut so that the length of the hair gradually decreases from top to bottom.
- Modeled on this strand. pulling your hair at a right angle, trim the entire upper nape of the neck.
- Now the lower part of the occipital region. It needs to be cut short (reduced to “no”), not forgetting to make a smooth transition to the longer hair of the upper part of the nape (after all, this is one of the features of the “Canadian” haircut!).
- This can be done either with a typewriter (attachment number 2), or with a comb and scissors. In the latter case, we hold the comb at a slight angle to the scalp, cutting with the tips of the scissors at the tips of the teeth of the comb.
- Approaching the top of the back of the head, we increase the angle of inclination of the machine or combs (to ensure a smooth transition).
- Comb your hair gently. We cut the ends of the hair.
- We trim the haircut (its contour should be smooth, with clear cut lines).