How to Cut a High and Tight Slick Back

This is an all time classic – its a style that only the best of the best can do with real confidence – probably because it takes a certain kind of guy to sit in the chair and ask for it to be cut.

There are so many things to get right and a lot of techniques involved to make a good cut look great – the fade has to be high enough and smooth enough; the length on the top has to be just right at the fringe and back; the hairline has to be strong.

How to cut a High and Tight Slick Back Style

We know its not easy, so we’ve tried to help just a little with this video tutorial. Dane Hesse, aka the Pig Barber is a master of the high and tight style, and is seriously talented with a short hair fade.

 

Why choose Uppercut Deluxe Monster Hold

For the founders of Uppercut Deluxe, this product was the ultimate challenge. Time after time very exacting people were complaining that their style just wouldn’t last or that their current hair products just didn’t do the job. These people were the toughest sort to please – the sort where style is everything and the look is uncompromising. The kind of people that don’t give second chances.

After a long time testing and researching, this super strong wax was born. When they tested for the first time, the boys were genuinely scared at just how good this wax was…hence the name Monster Hold.

Monster Hold does exactly what it says on the tin. Designed for those who want that little something extra from their hair products. This extra powerful, sweat resistant wax has been created especially for challenging styles where a little extra hold and grip is required. This product is hardcore and not for the feint hearted. One use leaves your hair looking good for days.


Wholesaler Application

Uppercut Deluxe was made for barbers, by barbers, so we know what you need. All of our waxes have been specially formulated to provide barbers with the best styling products on the market. If you’re considering Uppercut Deluxe for your barbershop, please contact us here.