Rebellious, bad-boy looks are among some of the most iconic men's hairstyles in history - think Elvis Presley, James Dean and Kurt Cobain to name but a few. Their signature styles were known for being unapologetically full of texture and movement, from sculpted teddy boy quiffs to tousled grunge waves.
For an up-to-date, modern take on the bad boy look, why not try some rebel waves of your very own?
How to style it
You will, of course, need a cut that has plenty of length on top with noticeably shorter sides for this style to work. If you're growing out an undercut, this is a great style for the in-between stage.
Starting with towel dried hair that is still slightly damp, warm a small amount of Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Deconstructing Gum and work it through your hair. Start with the top and work your way down, adding more gum as needed.
To add volume to your hair, especially along your hairline at the front, lift it with a fine-tooth comb then blow-dry it from the roots up. This will set your strands into a fuller bodied look.
With a little more gum on your fingertips, gently sweep your hair slightly to one side while raking it back from your face.
Twist and tousle individual pieces to add more texture and shape with your hands to finish. That's it!
What do you think? Would you try a wavy style like this one?
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