2016 Spring Grooming Trend: The Side Part

How to get the look, according to Chin Whiskey Shearing & Shaving Co.’s Michael Campbell.

Triumph & Disaster shampoo and conditioner, 7 each, from Johnny’s Barber + Shop. Comb, .75, from North American Quality Purveyors.

Men’s grooming aficionado Michael Campbell, owner of Chin Whiskey Shearing & Shaving Co., breaks down how to achieve both a dry and wet side part.

 

For a wet look

Campbell suggests using Baxter of California Hard Water Pomade ($23 from Chin Whiskey Shearing & Shaving Co.). Apply to towel-dried hair from back to front and from roots to ends. Then, comb hair back and establish where it naturally parts. Finish by combing your locks to the side and then up in the front.

Chin Whiskey Shearing & Shaving Co. 805 1 St. S.W., 403-245-1935, and 904 Edmonton Tr. N.E., 587-351-0414, chinwhiskey.com

 

For a dry look

Campbell says you will need a vent brush and blow dryer. Use a product such as the Baxter of California Hard Cream Pomade ($23 from Chin Whiskey Shearing & Shaving Co.) on towel-dried hair. Comb to the desired style and blow-dry on a high heat, using the vent brush, until your hair is dried. From there, Campbell says to use the cool setting on your dryer to set the look.

Chin Whiskey Shearing & Shaving Co. 805 1 St. S.W., 403-245-1935, and 904 Edmonton Tr. N.E., 587-351-0414, chinwhiskey.com


More products to try

Triumph & Disaster shampoo and conditioner, $37 each, from Johnny’s Barber + Shop. Comb, $3.75, from North American Quality Purveyors.

Johnny’s Barber + Shop, 607 11 Ave. S.W., 403-671-2016, johnnysbarberandshop.com; North American Quality Purveyors, 1207 10 Ave. S.E., 403-910-9913, shopnorthamerican.com

 

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