A rich, multi-tonal blonde that progresses from dark blonde to pale beige seamlessly forms the palette for the shag style cut seen here. The layering is razor-cut creating a soft-edged version of the mop-top look.
The hair is blow-dried with a flat brush for emphasis on straightness and parted on the deep left side with a short parting line and a clockwise radial direction. This draws the fringe across the forehead and allows the sides to brush the cheeks. A dab of smoothing serum spread across the fingers to smooth the hair and define the locks as desired.
Hair: Ashley Gamble at Royston Blythe, Wolverhampton
Styling: Bernard Connolly
Grooming: Justine Collins
Photography: Richard Miles
Haircut for blonde men
Textured shag cut for men