by The BLUEBEARDS REVENGE
Premium men’s grooming brand The Bluebeards Revenge has teamed up with master barber Tom Chapman to bring you three fresh styles that are sure to turn heads on your wedding day.
“A new hairstyle is one of the easiest and cheapest ways for a man to kick-start his confidence,” says Tom Chapman, one of the most sought-after barbers in England and owner of Tom Chapman Hair Design in his hometown of Torquay, Devon.
Below, The Bluebeards Revenge and Tom Chapman Hair Design have created three fabulous styles for you to wear proudly.
The pompadour is a classic barbershop cut that’s known for its versatility: it can add professionalism to your office antics, while also presenting a delightful suave to evenings out and big events.
Ask your barber for:
• A tapered cut with plenty of length on top to create the classic pomp look.
How to style at home:
• Apply matt paste to wet hair as a pre-styling agent.
• Blow-dry your hair and use a quiff roller to mould your new style into shape making sure to create a side-parting.
• Finish by applying a small amount of pomade and comb through for the desired effect.
With tapered cuts and fades being all the rage, a top-quality scissor-only cut will always stand out from the crowd, especially when it boasts this much texture.
Ask your barber to:
• Put the clippers down and use scissors to create a textured look that’s longer on top and shorter on the back and sides.
• Apply sea salt spray to wet hair as a pre-styling agent.
• Blow-dry your hair and use a quiff roller to create volume and texture on top.
• Finish by scrunching matt paste into your hair for a look that will last all day.
The tapered crop is a style that’s easy to maintain on a daily basis, yet has enough texture and personality to leave you feeling on top of the world.
Ask your barber for:
• A tapered back and sides that blends into a choppy, textured top.
• Apply sea salt spray to wet hair and rough dry with a towel to create a natural look with added texture.
• Finish by evenly distributing matt clay from the root up.