How To Get A Messy Hairstyle - Thesalonguy

  • Posted on 07 May, 2020
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Here is a hair tutorial on how to achieve a messy hairstyle for men and women.

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How to achieve a messy hairstyle like this, so from my john, be video that I did a week or so ago. I literally every single day, dm's from people asking me questions about. Can I wear this hairstyle? My hair type? Is this my hair type? Is that can i? How do I do this, so I figured I need to make a video to really help explain to everybody who's watching how to achieve this type of hair style and the type of hair, texture and density. You need now, john, be a chase. I believe what looks like in every photo that i've seen of his it looks like he's, got a lot of hair and it's naturally wavy thick wavy hair and he's a white dude, so he's got like Caucasian hair. I believe he is. That means that his natural texture, because it's so thick because it has that kind of tech that wave to it and probably because of the haircut it really is easy to style. I mean he could wake up out of bed and his hair has a mess and he can just run his fingers to it, and it's gon na look good. Some people have that hair type and have that haircut now keep in mind. It really depends a lot on the haircut and the hair texture. Ok, the haircut if you do not have the proper shape, the proper layering, the proper balance and whatever it is. Your hair will not do what it needs to do to achieve that style, and that's a lot of the questions that I get is you know my hair is fine. My hair is straight. My hair is down to my chin. Can I do this haircut? I don't know you can if you have the right haircut, because let's take this mannequin, for example, if you look, this is pin straight pin straight hair and each strand is very, very fine. The mannequin does have a lot of hair. So if you've got straight hair, if you've got fine hair and the hair is just long, you can achieve a messy type. Look like this, but the only reason I'm able to get this kind of kind of look mostly, is because of the haircut now before we talk about the styling. Let me just explain you a little a little bit about the haircut in itself, so when I brush this back like this and I'm looking into the monitor here, you'll see these pieces in through here. What is this? These are our layers, pretty simple. I'Ve done. Hundreds of videos on how to get layers in your haircut so layers are what removes weight, give it some shape and allows the hair to have some flow right. Your hair needs to have that flow. You know when it's layered properly you'll get that when you hold the hair straight up like this you're gon na see that all this hair throughout here is cut and layered. If it wasn't the case, then this would all be. You know one length and wouldn't have any shape to it whatsoever. Now the hair could look like it's one length and be this long, but the entire thing is still layered alright, so the layering is the technique and the length really is just a length all right, but the technique is layering, so you need to have some layers And it needs to be a little bit shorter into the front, and then it has to flow in through the back now. What I've done all the way in through here is I've added, more layers and more texture. So how do you achieve this in? The back? Is again, this is depending on the person who's cutting it, but I'm holding the hair out vertically from the head a lot of the time when I'm cutting this and you see what happens when you hold the hair out vertically and it's cut you're gon na get Lift right, I'm cutting the hair the way I want it to look so make sure that whoever's cutting your hair or, if you're, trying us at home, which I don't suggest, but you need to make sure they understand how to cut hair properly like and our use Of doing longer, hair styles, most barbers, I've come across, aren't doing haircuts like this and be honest with you. There are ones who ten and that's awesome, but you know I would suggest maybe annex very experienced hairstylist who really understands hair right and the proper layering and cutting techniques. This is all held out horizontally to create that shape. That'S flowing up, that's how you get these flips right! You get these flips by all of this hair being layered in through here. If this hair was all one length down here, it would not have this. That'S very important to know the only reason I can get this is because you steal these pieces. It'S the haircut, there's there's nothing else to it. It'S the haircut! If you have wavy hair and your hair is all the way down to here, one length you may get some, it looks like it's movement, but it's just gon na be dragging down if you've got wavy hair and you had layers like this in it. It'S gon na look more like the jonbi style, where it's got more movement and flow. Okay, the more the hairs layered when it's curly or wavy now, not too short. But it's going to allow that curl and that wave to take much better shape and also give you a better styling option if you've got right - and this is the key, the key thing if you've got, pin straight fine hair, remember the difference between thinning and having Fine thin hair right and I've done videos on this. The difference so thin means you're, actually thinning you're losing your hair. If the hair is fine like this, it just means the actual density of each strand. It'S not super thick and there's nothing wrong with that. You know the best way to achieve that kind of messy look. Is you need to use a product when your hair is wet? I suggest using my my tidal wave sea salt spray. Tidal wave was a great spray and it's like it gives it that Beach texture does that make your hair curly or wavy. But what you can do is when the hair is wet, you spray it in or even if it's dry, you can completely dry your hair like this, and if you are blow-drying your hair, the way to get that kind of wave or that texture is to scrunch. It so you want to take the blow dryer on low heat on a low, but not heat, regular heat, but the speed the speed setting put it on on a lower speed setting and just take the hit your hands and scrunch the hair. When you scrunch the hair, you see what's happening, it's creating separation and texture in the hair, so spray some of this on you can scrunch it blow-dry it and then the best thing to do. If your hair is on the wavier side, set it and forget it, it's okay to dry! This back here use your hands and scrunch it, but once you get into this top area right in through here, let it air dry, alright, letting it air dry is really gon na, be your best friend and then once it's fully dry you'll see it's got that Movement and then you can flip it around. So if you've and another thing I get, I hear a lot is: oh, my hair parked on a side or my hair parts in the middle. Whatever you know, whenever you flip your hair, the opposite way of how it goes, you're gon na get more volume and you're also going to get a little bit more of fullness and texture. If your hair parts on this side - and you bring it over like this, it's gon na look flat like this. Alright and that's totally fine, I mean you want to wear your hair, the way it grows. Naturally, but again it really comes down to try it and brushing your hair all the way back and when you blow-dry it take this piece right here and scrunch it right when you scrunch it, it's gon na help get that texture. So, thank you guys so much for watching I'll. Let me know in the comments below if you found this video helpful, because I get so many people asking me about this - this haircut. Thank you guys so much for watching, don't forget to Like comment and subscribe and I'll see you next time for more videos with this long

Orlando Flores: How to get this hairstyle simplified: Step 1: Be a mannequin with great hair Step 2: Be a mannequin with great hair and get TheSalonGuy as your stylist.

EVAN DISICK: This is my hair and style exactly... and I’ve been cutting it myself for years but... frankly didn’t really know what I was doing. I did it by feel which took time and was hit or miss. So THANK YOU! BTW: One model who has a good example of this is Tommy Dunn. He is originally where I saw this style and proof positive that you don’t need to be a mannequin to get the hair nailed. My hair is naturally thick and wavy.... seems to work out well with just a little bit of texturizing spray. It’s a VERY easy style to maintain and can be put up in a bun, or styled back or to the side with a wet look for versatility.

GLITCH: "I guide others to treasure i cannot posses"

GandalfBalls: I wish this guy was my barber so badly

Dylan Walford: For ppl who say "u cant tell me about hair when you're bald." Coaches don't play

Fiyah Blaze: Never thought I'd grow my hair out again, but started doing so about a year now, cause of the pandemic. Very good video thanks very much.

Aladdins Life Hacks: I have the same hair type and this video really helped me appreciate what I got ❤️

TGS Summit: Hey man! I found you at the beginning of this quarantine, and since then i've watched your videos every day and you've really helped me with how to manage my hair! I currently have a middle part where the ends of my hair reach the top of my ears and i have fairly thick hair, and i really want this hairstyle, but my hair growth in the back is very minimal. Any tips for how to grow hair in the back?

Matthew Fetah: Bro i don’t think any barber knows how to make layers like these

Garage of Horror: Great video and advice.So true it’s more about the layering,and the stylist.I just went to my first hair stylist in 46 years lol.I always thought a barber can do it all,but they most likely can’t

ShuuTeN Careyourahealth: I really into this hairstyle. Even tho I couldn't get this hairstyle, Thank you for explaining everything.

nexushockeyHD: “he can wake up out of bed and his hair’s a mess and he can run his fingers through it and it’ll look good” yeah we know man, he’s gods favourite.

RoundEarthShill: Great video man, appreciate it. Gosh I wish all stylists were as skilled as you. It seems as tho no matter who I try or how good their reviews are, no one can do the hairstyle I want even tho I have the proper hair texture.

Mela_Hasegawa: Thank you for this guide. Super helpful!

asmodeus: Amigo me hice el corte yo mismo y me quedo horrible... Pensé que fue por eso pero, tenía el pelo muy dañado y ahora que lo tengo sano y brillante me quedo excelente, gracias

shitbox: I swear to god I can only achieve this hairstyle when im not feeling like fixing my hair

Owlivide: i really appreciate the time and effort that you put into these videos :)

F.B.I wannabe: Man this was a God send, I've always wanted that hair style but I never new how it worked lol. Thank you and God bless.

KaijuStudiosG2K: I’ve always liked this hairstyle tbh. I would like my hair to look like this, but at the same time, I don’t mind having a short haircut.

Mariia Klymchuk: Came looking for gold, but found a gem! Thank you dude, you literally saved my style

Ady Kotidou: It's funny if you think about the fact that some people are trying to grow out their hair and are complaining about "the awkward stage", while others are getting haircuts that would be considered "awkward" by these people. For me that awkward stage doesn't exist.

Mark Uruymagov: It is so cool! I had so many unanswered questions about my hair and you are the only one on YouTube who was able to answer them. I've googled so much but found nothing helpful until now. :D

Living Art: Quarantine saved me from the awkward stage

Hairstyles - Hairstylist: I love it. Great tips, thank you man!

SleepCapsule: This hair really looks sick. My hair is all one length. I was wondering why it weighs down all the time. Its weird though, i naturally have those wings on the side of my hair. Anyways, great video

Shubham Kumar: Had hair almost this length But got my hair butchered today because of quarantine home haircut. Well no problem it will grow back after 1-2 month

Daniel: How long do you think it'll take for me to get this? My hair texture is exactly like that, but idk if my side hair length is too short. Side hair length is 2 inches while the top is 4 inches

Arka Jyoti Sen: I actually felt how it feels to give relationship advices while being single throughout my life

Alejandro Santos: Crazy how my hair grew like this during this quarantine, when the barbershops opening up!

Luka Djordjevic: after watching u I have no trust in my own haircutter anymore haha. U do a great job and bring ur knowledge to ur audience.

Iyus Yusra: I am so lucky, this is my natural hairstyle even without styling

jonathan phillips: It’s the time its taken to grow my hair out to get this look for me lol

Aaron Ceja Soto: Thank God I have this cut naturally now I can know how to manage it

Lucas Emley: I have this hair and I’ve always hated it, and I always kept it short. Maybe it’s time to embrace it... thanks for the video!

Love DicedTomatoes: Man, you are a freakin artist.

Dvoid: Bro my hair is too long so I found the best and this is it thank u❤️❤️

kingpertuz: Thank you so much I been wanting this hair for so much.your my life saver

Elemental YT: how do i stop my hair from growing into a mullet look? it doesn’t stay up at the back it’s kind of just growing downwards. it feels a bit too heavy but i feel like if it was thin it would just fall down aswell

Carson Viers: I need this guy to cut my hair

rxhan: How long can it take to grow hair like this?

f1rebreather123: When you watch stuff about hair even though your hair is already exactly how you want it

Vilma Montano: Love this - awesome thanks!

dixon davis: dude thank you now i actually know how i could pull this off! you are an absolute legend, do you think you could do this type of video for jj hairstyle??

Carl Poster: What questions can I ask to discover if someone is going to deliver the hair style/hair cut I want? I am currently growing my hair, want to have it styled along the way, not in a rush to have it “long”, I just like having longer hair, I’m interested in maintaining a style and certain messy organizing look alone the way, if that communicates. Headed to Tony and Guy today, I’ve never been to a top salon. Any help on what to say, ask and how to direct the process would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Kurt: I already got this hair style naturally i didn't need any certain type of cut im just growing them for 7 months...but still watching

soccer world: when mannequin is more handsome than you

Will Nickell: You make amazing videos man!

Steve: Great man, great content, exceptional stylist!

wooflauv BS: i’m growing my hair from a zayn malik short quiff. when it got to medium length, it turned out like this. no extra haircuts needed except for the starting haircut

Zeeshan Khan: 3:00... layering is layering...length is length ... jokes apart... really good content

Arthur123: dude i have this hairstyle every time i get out of the shower lmao

Marcjohn Villacorta: Did you know that every guide he tells 1 strand of hair vanishes. Such a hero.

Nate David: Can you make a video of a Viking hairstyle for men? I would love to see you styling it. Because Viking hairstyle is so badass.

Emm: Subscribed! Love your videos.

Adrian Rusu: Very inspiring

Beat Therapy: I need to research layering now... Thanks for the video, though I don't feel I have any clue what to ask my hairdresser or how to explain layers to her...

Conge, Romeo Miguel: I have never seen a guy with such expertise, that's really good and helpful

Thekingsean99 _: Great tips thx for the help

linenist: Best stylist on YT, love your vids man

TheSpiikki: I get that hairstyle after every shampoo session

CK: Mine would've looked like this if I stopped cutting the sides and back like an undercut, 4 months ago.

Asylum Rain: 2:09 so if my hair is only barely to my eyebrows what haircut should I get now for it to grow this way? Do I get a haircut now or wait because the back of my hair is longer and the top isn’t as long as the back.

Mick Royster: Would this work if my hair is more coarse rather than fine cause even though my hair is coarse it flows pretty similar

Willem: I have the exact same type of hair but it's short and I'm trying to grow it. Does someone have tips to grow it and when to go to the barber and how to explain it?

Mr. Luger: Can you please provide a solution for this rough cowlick type hair on the bottom end of back of the head?

BlvckNinja: great video thank you very much :)

Mark: This is great and everything but shouldn’t you be out with Gomey looking for Heisenberg? ‍♂️

Tonik Turner: I'm considering doing this style, Quick Question: is it possible to get it from an semi-grown out undercut?

Muneeb Qazi: I want this hairstyle badly ! I have long hairs but not a good stylist around

nec: just askin, how many years does it take to grow my hair like that ?

Aswin Xavier AB: man you videos are really helpful

Paul Bowler: I've got this style. A good hair cut is key. I also spray in leave in conditioner when ever, then just sctuch it a bit with a towel or just my fingers, and then let dry on its own. ,

Logan May: my gramma owns a hair salon and i’m going there for this today i expect excellence and nothing less

RainChopper: When he says to scrunch it does he mean very briefly or for the entire time that it is drying?

Zahid Efendiyev Jr.: Hey man big fan here. I have a question for you: Is wearing hats too often harmful to the hair in any way? Does it cause falling out or something?

Bernard irregular: Hello sir, I would like to ask, My hair just got straighten and it's really flat. How can I fix this?

Feitan The God: Bald man teaches how to style hair, blind man teaches me how to drive... I'M KIDDING IT'S A JOKE!!!

Aaron Perez: you should do a livestream to answer all the questions at once

Samuel M.: Wish there was a demonstration on how this cut was done

MyrksHideouts: hey i let my hair growth for 8 months now and kinda damaged it with heat so my question is should i start to cut the tip of the hair every 2 month to get it healthier growin or should i start from new and ye i stoped using heat and shampoo

Chance Carroll: I've got really thick and wavy hair too but all my hair ever seems to do is get frizzy when I grow it out, is there a way around this?

_NICK: I’m debating whether I should go back to having my hair like this because I grew it out into a man bun but 2020 calls for a new style...

Lucas Bicske: Great tips, thank you man! Can you do a Curran Walters (jason todd) on Titans tutorial?

Marco Lamb: It's 3:33 AM and I don't know why I'm watching this. But I enjoyed it anyways

Putt-Putt: Can I just go to a stylist and show them a video of this to make them know what kind of hair I want?

ROY SOUND: I have the same hair, but it gets really messy. I don't know why

king Solo: I have wavy hair but but im in need of this layerd hair cut smh!!! It also frizzes like hell omg!!! The only way i can make it look good is by blowdrying

Garren Engel: This was a great video and by the way can you do a tutorial on cole sprouse's new hair style he has a man bun now

Manjiro: What does it mean to reshape the hair?

robin tang: First of all, you must hair, strong growth of hair, weak growth or less hair, you can't do much but look after the remaining hair.

Pranker boy: Just grow it lol my hair would always be long like that I got annoyed of it so I buzzed it bald now I'm letting it grow back from top and the sides

wowzer: Well now that my hair is so crazy from not being able to get a haircut for months...

SomeoneUnderYourBed: This is such a cool hair style- what is it called? Does it have a name?

Cesar Lopez: This hairless man knows more than anyone about hair

Hallayel: What he said about hair cuts 'nah . Just let your hair grow and do its thing. Use your hand to brush it back .if it's long enough it's gonna stay .

iPiek: My hair is layered but about three inches on the top and two on the sides. How long do you think his hair is?

Akkuu: Hate these comments.. But u do a great job sir. Thank you

Juan Rodriguez: PLEASE! Do this haircut with a real person, I want my hair to look like that but I find myself kinda silly if i show my stylist this video with a mannequin

ZwayDayy: Please do Bryce Alakai hairstyle he's a model with long hair but idk how to style or let it cut like that. Ps: love your videos

Jeramy’s Thoughts: So what do I ask for when I’m at the salon/barber about to get this haircut

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