The short crop is a haircut worth experimenting with for guys who have thick hair and want something longer than the classic Caesar haircut. To get the cut, ask your stylist to give you a taper fade up to the temples of your head on the sides and up to the crown in the back. The hair that’s on top should be left two to three inches long. Starting at the back of your head, brush the top section of your hair forward and toward your face as you blow dry. Once the hair is dry, rub Clay Pomade
between your hands to break up the product. Using your fingers, comb your hair toward your face and spread the product evenly through the hair. This will help add messy separation to your hair so that it doesn’t look stuck together.