Need a new look for the new year? Check out these 7 men’s haircut trends from Detroit Barbers’ Alex Dominguez.
A new year is a great time to try a new “do”. Alex Dominquez and his colleagues at Detroit Barbers’ are armed with hot towels, straight razors, and locally-made premium men’s care products – to help you take on the new year in style.
Low fade with a pompadour top.
The classic side part
Slicked-back with a low undercut
Shaved head with a beard
For gentlemen who prefer a shaved head, then grow out their beards, Dominguez suggests a small taper to keep those beards perfectly groomed and in style.
Bald fade with a hard side part.
Temple taper haircut with a lineup
Do you tend to go a while between trims, but want to look good? Dominguez suggests trying a tapered neckline. “It helps clients get the most out of their haircuts,” he said. “A lot of clients judge when a haircut is needed by how hairy a neckline is. By tapering the neckline, they can get the most longevity out of the haircut.”
About Detroit Barbers
In two locations, Detroit Barbers offers high-quality haircuts, hot shaves, straight razor beard trims and more – all in a welcoming setting known for its old-school vibe. Sink into the charm of antique décor. Come back for the unparalleled services. Placing a focus on classic barbering techniques, Detroit Barbers customers count on quality haircutting services. Visit Detroit Barbers original Ferndale barbershop, located at 23236 Woodward Ave. or the Corktown barbershop, at 2000 Michigan Ave. in Detroit. Hours at both locations are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Walk-ins and appointments welcome. Visit www.detroitbarbers.com.