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HOW TO STYLE A QUIFF

HOW TO STYLE A QUIFF

The Quiff is an age-old classic hairstyle, way back from 1995, that’s survived the test of time and continues to remain a popular choice for men even today. A perfect hybrid between a Pompadour, Mohawk and the 1950’s flat top, the Quiff has carved its niche as an elegant, stylish and highly versatile men’s hairdo that lends itself to both formal and casual occasions. It’s a quick and easy way to make an impression; be it for business meetings or a black tie event…probably why it’s timeless!

The Quiff can be styled in a number of different ways and can also be modified for nearly any face shape and hair type. There are a number of celebs that have braced in the glory of this fashionably fabulous hairstyle - George Clooney, David Beckham and Daniel Radcliffe to name a few.

We’ve rounded up a list of some of the most popular Quiff hairstyles out there that every guy should try. Read on to find out more…

swept back quiff hairstyle

  1. Swept Back Quiff

    The swept back Quiff is a classic. It particularly works well for medium to long hair and gives that sexy but classy look. The best part is that this look is super easy to achieve and maintain. As far as sexy male hairstyles go, this one’s right on top of our list.

textured quiff hairstyle

  1. Textured Quiff

    If you’re looking to add a little drama to your look, then a textured Quiff is the way to go. This hairstyle adds some volume to your hair as well so if you’ve been complaining about thin hair, the textured Quiff is your saviour.

curly hair quiff hairstyle

  1. Curly Hair Quiff

    While straight hair has its own charm, everyone secretly admires a lad with a gorgeous curly mane. Curls are the new sexy and when paired with the classic Quiff…its a guaranteed winner!

side swept quiff hairstyle

  1. Side- Swept Quiff

    This look works particularly well for formal occasions. That neat side-combed Quiff with just the right amount of volume…if looks could kill, this would be your weapon!

short hair spiked quiff hairstyle

  1. Short-Hair Spiked Quiff

    This is a go-to hairstyle for all you short hair boys out there. This Quiff is the perfect blend of messy and sleek and a great choice to complement that sexy but cas’ look you're going for.

wet look quiff hairstyle

  1. Wet Look Quiff

    We all know what a rage the wet hair look has become. Well lads….this is your version of it. Use a hair gel to get that perfect voluminous wet look Quiff that works for pretty much any look at any time of the day. We recommend using the Brylcreem Shine Protect Hair Styling Gel for best results.

messy quiff hairstyle

  1. Messy Quiff

    A Quiff tends to be slightly messier in nature as compared to a Pompadour. This differentiator is actually one of its many advantages because it’s so much easier to achieve and requires close to zero maintenance. Plus, we all know the ladies love a messy haired lad!

combed back pompadour quiff hairstyle

  1. Combed-Back Pompadour Quiff

    This is a refined version of the swept-back Quiff and works better for men with a little more volume in their hair. The combed back Pompadour Quiff is undoubtedly any man’s first pick while playing dressing up. Just pair this baby with a nice tux and a stubble for a gloat worthy night of envious men and impressed women.

fringed quiff hairstyle

  1. Fringed Quiff

    The Fringed Quiff leans more towards a casual look. Apart from its cool and casual vibe, what's great about this hairstyle is that it adds volume and texture in the front of your face. This hairstyle is especially a great choice for men who complain about having a receding hairline or a rather large forehead because it adds volume and masks the problem area.

These are just a few popular options, but with a Quiff the styling possibilities are endless. So make sure to keep experimenting with a number of different looks and don't hesitate to go a little crazy… you never know what look you might discover in the process!

Image Credits: Therighthairstyles.com, Fashionbeans.com, Gstatic.com, Menshairstylestoday.com

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