A bit of retro never hurts! Especially when the 50s quiff is updated and shaped like this. His haircut is longer in front than in the back, which allows for enough “material” to sculpt the high roll that extends from one
temple to the other. Sides are slicked back, just like the famous classic look, but the rest of the hair breaks with tradition and is styled across the grain on the crown, individual tips are visible and a slight
feathering on the sides makes this look stand out. The dark brown hair looks even better with the right amount of shine and thanks to all the gods and goddesses in hair heaven, there is a product for everything!