Choose Your Undercut Style: Decide on the specific style you want, such as a disconnected undercut, faded undercut, or side-swept undercut.
Find a Skilled Barber or Stylist: Look for a professional barber or hairstylist experienced in undercut styles to ensure a clean and precise cut.
Discuss Your Preferences: Communicate your preferences regarding the length, tapering, and design elements with your barber or stylist.
Prepare Your Hair: Before the haircut, make sure your hair is clean and dry. This will help the barber work more efficiently.
Start the Cutting Process: Your barber will use clippers to trim the sides and back of your head to the desired length, usually shorter than the top.
Blend and Style: Ask your barber to blend the undercut with the top hair, creating a seamless transition. You can also decide on how you want to style the top, whether it's slicked back, pompadour, or textured.
Maintain Regularly: Undercuts require maintenance to keep the style looking sharp. Schedule regular appointments to trim the sides and back to maintain the desired length.