Where is your hairline supposed to be?It is possible for your barber to push back your hairline and they may not even realize it because they”re so focused on creating a clean haircut. Or, you might even be pushing back your own hairline by trying to do your own lineups at home. So, it”s your responsibility to look in the mirror and try and see if your hairline is where it is supposed to be.
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*A line up is meant to clean up your natural hairline by removing stray hairs that may be causing your hairline to NOT to look as sharp, neat and clean.
*You know that your hair is being cut too far past your natural hairline when it starts growing back and there is a lot of hair that would have to be removed to make that line clean again.
*A lot of hair should not be cut off in the first place. In other words, when your hairline starts growing back in…it shouldn”t look too far from when it was initially cut.
This line up is perfect. In fact, his hair looks fuller after the haircut, which could be dye, but in either event… his barber made sure that his hairline is not pushed back any further. In fact, it looks like he brought it forward with some dye and a steady hand. Also, there is not an extreme difference between his natural hairline and after his lineup other than the fact that it looks neater, thicker and fuller. This indicates that his hairline is cut where it is supposed to be. This makes him look younger and his hair looks healthier and cleaner.
This is a nice haircut but it is clear that his hairline is pushed back. If you look closely, his forehead looks larger because the line is pushed just a bit too far. Especially on the side, the barber created a very harsh line in the shape of a “C”. It doesn”t look natural for this man. Some people purposely go for this look but overtime, his hairline will recede if he continues it get it cut like this.
Overall, the barer did a good job, and he does have a steady hand but he could cause his client”s hairline to recede.
Simple. Let your hairline grow in a little bit more than usual, then next time you go to get your haircut, just say “I”m trying to grow my hairline back in, could you try to follow my natural hairline?”
Your barber will understand. It”s nothing personal. Just a small, extra step to save yourself from a receding hairline sooner than expected.