With the revival of the barber, the line-up is more popular than ever. Aligning hair is exactly how it sounds. Instead of a natural hairline, the forehead, temples and back are shaved into straight lines and sharp angles. Also known as tape ups or shape ups, the defined lines are ultra clean cut. Barbers use either their hair clippers for the next shave, a razor.
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The most commonly seen line up is at the hairline and at the temples ( like Drake’s signature ). This cool cut takes it to the next level by blending it for a juxtaposition of hard lines and a gradual rejuvenation into skin fading.
A line up can is a cool addition to any haircut. Combined with a combo and heavy part This is an ultra-defined and clear style. The disadvantage? If you have fast-growing hair, you need to keep the cut fresh and free of stubble, which requires frequent care, both for the part and for the shape.
Wondering if the line up can be worn with a beard ? Of course. The geometric cut continues in the short beard and ensures a precise finish. To extend the life of this fresh style, use your electric shavers to carefully remove new growth while keeping the lines barber cut.