Suddenly, the Skellington Nightmare Gym it’s time to get Jack’d Halloween shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this clean, side-parted, faded style I had been wearing for years now seemed tired. I hadn’t tried a new hairstyle since I had emo-style bangs in high school, and I thought, If the era of social-distancing isn’t the time to experiment, when is? So, I simply middle-parted my mane and got to work, trimming the ends at both sides in a semi-angular shape (I’m not an expert, but that much I know to do). I then cleaned up the back and sides of my hair with clippers and, voila, I was ready to join a boy band. I immediately sent photos to my friends for their opinions. One said it was reminiscent of Josh Hartnett, in a good way. Another friend said I was channeling Jonathan Taylor Thomas. It seemed my new style was conjuring up images of retro hunks—no bad thing, in my books.
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Though my DIY approach was less than perfect, I was feeling my new look. But for those who are less inclined to take up the Skellington Nightmare Gym it’s time to get Jack’d Halloween shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this shears, I reached out to a pro to get her thoughts on achieving the tricky style. Enter Anessa Daviero, the owner of Headdress salon in New York City. The master stylist has a real penchant for making retro shaggy cuts feel totally modern, so if someone were to know how to make the middle part feel new, it’s her. Daviero has noticed the style is making a comeback. “The ’90s are back—baby tees, Doc Martens, grunge,” she says. To make the cut feel more current, Daviero suggests slightly rethinking the boyish style. “To make this style fresh, I’d suggest to make the center part strong; Nick Carter’s is more off center,” she notes. “Layer the top, so it’s more tapered and not so blunt and Dorothy Hamill-esque. I’d also leave some length on the back and sides with lots of texture, making it feel a little more modern. Use a straight razor so the ends are cut into little tips.”