The Wilson Chandler Haircut – How Is It Made?

The Wilson Chandler Haircut – How Is It Made?

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NBA player Wilson Chandler is known for fresh moves on and off the basketball court. He has gained popularity for his haircut when it began trending among young males across the country. The Wilson Chandler haircut is the typical high fade haircut with a twist. High fades have been around for a long time and were quite popular among males in the mid to late 80’s. Back then, these haircuts were also sported at countless ring sides coupled with jerseys and/or high-top sneakers. There are other versions of this cut, such as the regular, high top and low fade.

What’s So Special About It?

Like the high fade, the Wilson Chandler haircut sports hair that is a couple inches high on top. The distinguishing factor about the Wilson Chandler haircut cut, however, is that only the sides are tapered, gradually disappearing into the scalp just above the temples and ears, known as a temple fade. The back is trimmed low and graduates towards the nape where it ends in a fade. To make this haircut pop, the front, sides, and back are usually lined for definition.

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How Does He Maintain It?

Maintenance for the Wilson Chandler haircut is a breeze. Simply shampoo, condition and add a light moisturizer for softness and sheen.

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