Back to the 50s

They’re back. Retro is trendy – and rockabilly is back!

Of course, this also includes good old rock ’n’ roll, casual outfits and the vintage cars that go with them. In addition to drainpipe jeans, creepers and checked shirts, men also wear a perfectly coiffed quiff and some, a precisely trimmed beard. To make sure your hairstyle really is a hit, it needs the right cut, a little practice, and the right products:  

The cut 

The basis for the Elvis quiff is a short back and sides with a longer front section. But in the modern version: a contemporary disconnected cut with an even transition of the hair lengths, without sideburns and with a tidy trim. The side and neck hairs are given a short trim. But the top hair is kept much longer. The result is a sight for sore eyes: extremely masculine and really casual! 

The styling 

Step 1: Towel dry hair and work in a generous amount of mousse.

Step 2: Next blow-dry upwards with a good brush to give the hair lift. Then shape the curve into a quiff.

Step 3: Fix the dry hair with a modelling paste. Accentuate all of the top hair. Tip: use a wide-toothed comb to create casual strands.

Step 4: For more hold mix some volume powder in your hand and work into individual strands.