What type of hair does chris pratt have?
and how does he style it?
- SteveLv 75 years agoBest Answer
He has fairly wavy hair. The style in that photo is a regular haircut with a medium taper on the back and sides. He probably just shampoos and conditions, towel dries till barely damp and then combs or brushes it to the style, waits till it is fully dry and brushes it again. If the hair is blown dry, a heat diffuser should be attached to keep the wave. A good barber can usually design a regular haircut or one of the short pomp(pompadour) styles-crew cut, ivy league(long crew cut), flat top crew cut- to fully suit most young guys. Most girls are fine with whatever standard medium to short style a guy chooses to wear as long as the style fully suits and is kept clean and looking well groomed and the guy doesn't spend a lot of time on his hair. If a guy wants to go to a shorter style for the summer or one of his sporting activities, that is fine with most girls too even when she prefers that he wear a somewhat longer style. Hair grows at an average rate of 1/8" per week. A photo is the best way to describe a style to a barber or stylist.
ivy league(long crew cut):
worn spiked up....
worn down and brushed to the side...
medium crew cut:
short crew cut:
Some barbers consider that all crew cuts should have a flat top, so it is best to not rely on words alone for even a widely recognized style like a crew cut.
flat top crew cut:
regular haircut to summer crew cut:
Starting from a butch or short crew cut, a guy can grow out his hair and have it look great as it grows out if he keeps up with haircuts, getting a slightly longer style each haircut. Assuming an average rate of hair growth of 1/8" per week and haircuts every three weeks, the following styles are a haircut apart: short crew cut; medium crew cut; short ivy league; ivy league; long ivy league; short regular haircut, regular haircut. Search the internet for images of football(soccer)star Lukas Podolski for examples of ivy league and crew cut styles. A minute dab of control wax aka butch wax will keep the hair looking well groomed at crew cut and ivy league length. A butch comb also helps with grooming the short pomp styles- the small, flat, plastic, oval, pocket brushes that one finger fits through and barbers sell for about a dollar. A boar bristle military brush is usually available for a few dollars and while too large for a guy to carry in his pocket, is nice to have at home.
here are a few regular haircuts:
Same guy as above, hair groomed with a little dab of brylcreem...
An ivy league, is considered to be a convertible haircut as it can be styled several ways...
1) Lightly waxed, side parted and brushed to the side with a short pompadour at the front hairline.
2)) Lightly waxed, side parted and brushed to the side without a short pompadour at the front hairline.
3) Lightly waxed and brushed back off the forehead like a crew cut.
4) Lightly waxed with the top hair brushed forward and the short bangs on the forehead like a forward brush.
5) Lightly waxed with the top hair brushed forward and the short bangs brushed back off the forehead like a crew cut.
here are more than a few ivy leagues...
ttp://oi41.tinypic.com/dqiq0z.jpgSource(s): regular/tapers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_haircut ivy league: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivy_League_(haircut) crew cut: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crew_cut http://oi52.tinypic.com/f10bon.jpg http://i.imgur.com/5DxWo5x.jpg shorter short pomp: http://i.imgur.com/JbGBR.jpg longer... http://i.imgur.com/n7ai8.jpg flatter... http://i.imgur.com/IlVhCZn.jpg http://i.imgur.com/4Yw5CUZ.jpg Informative: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylv=3?qid... Good Luck!
- Anonymous5 years ago
- Anonymous5 years ago
isint he blond?