Disconnected Side Part – Step by Step Instructions

Let Uppercut Deluxe show you how to style your own hair into a messy quiff with a Disconnected Side Part using Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight.

As part of our How to: Grooming series this guide introduces you to this hair style that you can achieve using Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight. These step by step images will give you the know how to achieve a great style with a product that is designed to make styling simple and lasting.

How To Style a Disconnected Side Part

THE

DISCONNECTED

SIDE PART

HOW TO: GROOMING
STEP 1
Using Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight scoop a generous amount of product onto your finger
STEP 1

Using Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight scoop a generous amount of product onto your finger

STEP 2

Smooth and spread product evenly across your palms and fingers

STEP 2

Smooth and spread product evenly across your palms and fingers

STEP 2

Smooth and spread product evenly across your palms and fingers

Start by raking your fingers through your hair, away from your part, lifting as you go

STEP 3
STEP 4

Then using your palms, thoroughly apply product to the rest of your style

STEP 5

Move to the fringe area. Using your finger tips, lift your fringe section to get height working from root to tip

STEP 6

Using an Uppercut Deluxe Quiff Roller, lift your fringe from root to tip before repeating along your parting­

STEP 7

Still using your Quiff Roller, make sideways passes from your part to comb your hair into shape. Work from the middle to the back of your head

STEP 7

Still using your Quiff Roller, make sideways passes from your part to comb your hair into shape. Work from the middle to the back of your head

STEP 8

Finally, using your finger tips, gently tend to any stray hairs and gently press your style into position

Finally, using your finger tips, gently tend to any stray hairs and gently press your style into position

FINAL

 

To achieve this look, it all starts at the barber shop. Make sure you find a barber that you trust to achieve the desired look. Ask your barber to use the clippers to achieve the tight side along the part line on one side and to fade the other side accordingly, making sure to maintain the length on top and through the fringe for styling.

What you will need

- Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight
- Quiff roller
- Comb

The Side Part Pomp – A modern Classic twist on old fashioned Pompadour

Without doubt the signature look of the 1950’s, the ‘Pomp’ is an iconic style that tells a story about an entire generation. At least that’s what you think.

The Pompadour actually dates back to when hair styling first became the norm for guys to show off and ‘court’ young lasses – during the post war 1940’s era, where pop culture started to make an impression.

The first people to adopt the style were those infamous hillbillies. With their signature blend of rock and country music, the pomp soon became a staple part of the grooming routine – a sharp shave and a slick style were all you needed.