Collar-Length Sweep Back

This collar-length cut is perfect for those guys that want long hair that’s incredibly easy to manage. It gives a modern rock and roll look, while keeping the hair styled and smart enough for any occasion. The look compliments a beard very well and can be adapted for most hair types of this length.

You will need


The Bluebeards Revenge Shampoo and Conditioner

The Bluebeards Revenge Matt Paste




The Bluebeards Revenge Vent Brush


Step 1
Start by washing the hair with The Bluebeards Revenge Shampoo and Conditioner.
Step 2
Dry the hair with a towel and use a small amount of The Bluebeards Revenge Matt Paste as a pre-styling product.
Step 3
Establish a profile parting and then a zigzag parting from occipital to both ears. Comb the hair to its natural fall before point-cutting it to the desired length. Keeping the same section, elevate the hair straight up and point-cut it further to create a block graduation undercut.
Step 4
Release the rest of the hair and comb it to its natural fall, then point-cut it further to follow the existing guide.
Step 5
Create a radial parting from ear to ear to separate the front from the rear of the head. Add in a radial section from the centre of the existing radial parting to generate a guide.
Step 6
Elevate the hair to a T-section with a comb and point-cut. Then, using the guide to ensure balance, work around to the back of the ears on both sides.
Step 7
Create a profile section in front of the ear using the initial profile parting and then elevate it to 90-degrees. Point-cut from short (at the perimeter) to long.
Step 8
Using the established guide, take horizontal sections of the hair and elevate them up to the original section. Standing on the opposite side, create over direction and point-cut. Repeat on the other side.
Step 9
Blow-dry the hair using The Bluebeards Revenge Vent Brush to create direction and texture. Once the hair is dry, cross check each section. Remember that there will be intentional disconnections.
Step 10
Personalise the look by removing unwanted weight that the hair still has. If more texture is needed, create this by point-cutting deeper.

Tom Chapman and The Bluebeards Revenge