Haircut For a Widow's Peak

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  1. DocHunter

    DocHunter Senior member

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    I have a widow's peak in my hairline that makes it awkward to part my hair when it reaches a certain length. Anyone know good hairstyles that will minimize the widow's peak? Anyone else have this problem?
     


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    Number 1 does it for me. Added bonus of little to no maintenance [​IMG]
     


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    DocHunter Senior member

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    Anyone have advice on how to deal with a widow's peak?
     


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    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    That will probably look great on you.


    But on a serious note look around for pics celebs that have a widows peak. If they are bigtime they probably have professional stylists who know how to minimize the peak. Try to mimic their cuts.
     


  5. Deluks917

    Deluks917 Senior member

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    I grow my hair out, with a decent cut and some length a widows peak can be made far less obvious.
     


  6. Maharlika

    Maharlika Senior member

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    I grow my hair out, with a decent cut and some length a widows peak can be made far less obvious.

    Best option so far.
     


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    Anyone have advice on how to deal with a widow's peak?

    Cut it off
     


  8. jaytix9

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    Anyone have advice on how to deal with a widow's peak?

    cut it off
     


  9. odoreater

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    Number 1 does it for me. Added bonus of little to no maintenance [​IMG]

    +1. I have a widows peak, and it looks badass with a number 1. Kind of like Zinedine Zidane.

    [​IMG]
     


  10. Maharlika

    Maharlika Senior member

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    ^^ it's hard to get away with clipped hair unless your facial proportions are perfect. Zidane here has a great facial shape and symmetrical cheekbones.
     


  11. IDirector

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    Keanu Reeves does it fine.

    try a buzz cut.

    I might be biased because I have a buzz cut.
     


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    erdawe Senior member

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    ^^ it's hard to get away with clipped hair unless your facial proportions are perfect. Zidane here has a great facial shape and symmetrical cheekbones.

    Good advice, I think some men overlook this idea. However, I wouldn't say there's a need for perfections, more like defined and well proportioned.
     


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    No perfection required, but don't go for it if you have a weird shaped head... And don't let the facial hair get longer than the head hair... Is it just me, or do bald dudes with beards always look strange?
     


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