How To Cut A Disconnected Side Part

A Disconnected Side Part is another classic 1950s hairstyle that’s recently made a comeback…but nowadays there’s much less hair on top and a certain edge those previous generations just didn’t have. The Disconnected Side Part style requires a cut that’s cut close and high, with a shaved in part to keep the sides separate.

How To Cut A Disconnected Side Part Video Tutorial

Let Uppercut Deluxe Ambassador barber Tommy J demonstrate how to cut and style a disconnected side part topped off with a high quiff using Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight. This step-by-step video teaches you the tricks of the trade so that you can cut a Disconnected Side Part hairstyle with ease. Follow along at your own pace.

 

 

Why choose Uppercut Featherweight

One of our barbers’ favourite products, Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight provides a natural hold, and won’t weight your hair down like other waxes. It’s no nonsense, and versatile enough to use on a range of different men’s hairstyles. With plenty of tack, this is a water-soluble wax that’s great for a textured style, but washes out easily at the end of the day. It’s the perfect choice when cutting a Disconnected Side Part for your clients.

What you will need

Uppercut Deluxe Featherweight
Quiff roller - Shape your desired hairstyle with our rounded Quiff Roller – it’s perfect for creating volume where you need it.
Comb - Use the comb to form the general shape of the hairstyle prior to cutting.
- Barber’s scissors: Always have sharp barber’s scissors that suit your cutting style.
- Barber’s clippers: Use clippers with a short blade to carefully cut along the part line.

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