How to fix your receding hairline

 

Gents, a receding hairline shouldn’t mean your confidence needs to recede as well. And although your hair may seem like the enemy, it’s actually your best ally in taking the focus away from the recession.

Maintaining your receding hairline should also be simple and quick. No man has time to stand in front of the mirror all day. So we’ve narrowed the steps down to get it done, and to get it done right.!

Lad’s styling expert Jules Tognini has 3 simple steps that can help add definition and volume to your hair, leaving you ready to face the day head-on.

Step 1 - Start with the forehead

To add definition to the front of your hair, you need to get rid of attention-grabbing scallywags underneath the hairline. This will visually thicken, create volume and strengthen the hairline.

To achieve this at home:

  1. Grab your X6 PRO, set it to a 0 setting.

  2. Use your palm as a safety blanket to ensure your clippers don’t cut into the hairline.

  3. Cut away the stray hairs sitting on your forehead below the hairline.

  4. Cut in an upward motion for a close finish.

Pro Tip: Do this every week or as needed to keep you looking sharp.

 

 

Step 2 - Do the back of the neck

Don’t forget lads, if it ain’t growing on the front of your head, it’s most likely creeping down the back of your neck… not an attractive proposition. Just think of it this way. You don’t see the back of your neck but people who walk behind you every day do!

A squared out back can add structure and help achieve a more finished look.

To achieve this at home, get yourself a shaving mirror or a trusted accomplice:

  1. Just like above, grab your X6 PRO, set it to a 0 setting.

  2. Use your palm as a safety blanket to ensure your clippers don’t cut into the hairline.

  3. Cut away the strays.

  4. Cut in an upward motion for a close finish

  5. Do this every week or as needed to keep it squared off and defined

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 3 - Finish off with the sideburns

The upkeep of your sideburns is just as important. It keeps your face and hair neat. That being said, sideburns look best when resting mid-ear. The length also depends on the style of your hair you have.

To add prominence to the hair on top of your skull, you can fade the sides of your beard into your hair. This will create a more finished look, adding volume.

To achieve this:

  1. Grab your X6 PRO, set it to the same length as you use to trim your beard

  2. Use an upwards swooping motion, fading the beard into the hair

Pro tip: Do this every week or as needed to maintain the fade. If you start to see your sideburns getting a little scruffy that’s a great indicator to trim them down.

No more receding confidence because of your hairline. Now you are sharp, slick and ready for the day. Job well done!

 

 

 

Maintain your hairline at home!

Maintain the hair that is on your head, face, and body with our VSforMen hair tools. They’re designed to make hair maintenance super easy in the comfort of your own bathroom. With that in mind, we also have all-in-one hair styling tools that have everything you need to keep your visual assets looking good!

Check out where you can purchase your very own VSforMen tool at your nearest stockists.\