How To Get The G Eazy Haircut

G Eazy is a man who always looks sharp and that is in part down to his own style with modern takes on classic haircuts.

In this post we show you how to get 3 G Eazy haircut's (including his current 2019 haircut), the messy quiff, slick back and the hard part side parting. Here's how to get the G Eazy haircut.

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1. Current G Eazy Haircut 2019 - Messy Quiff

2. G Eazy Haircut - Slick Back

3. G Eazy Haircut - Side Parting

1. Current G Eazy Messy Quiff Haircut 2019


What Is This G Eazy Haircut Called

The current G Eazy haircut is a medium length messy quiff haircut with a low taper fade on the back and sides.

What To Ask Your Barber For

To replicate this G Eazy Haircut ask your barber for a messy textured quiff and get them to leave around 4-5 inches on top, with more length left in the fringe. You want this haircut to have a lot of texture added through for the messier look.

With the sides and neck add a low taper fade (or a temple fade), that looks to be around a 0-0.5. This is the shorter point around the ears that you see.

The top of the sides are left pretty long and also left slightly disconnected into an almost undercut style. Just show your barber the picture though as it makes it easier to understand!

Styling This G Eazy Haircut

To get this G Eazy Haircut, you want to keep the hair looking natural and really show off that texture, while also having a strong reworkable hold. Use a matte finish product like the Regal Gentleman Matte Clay to finish.

Don't spend too long styling this one, just use a blow dryer and your fingers to mess it up. Get some height in the fringe, and then work the styling product through from back to front, using just your fingers to work the texture into it. You could also use a pre-styler like a salt spray in damp hair for added hold and texture, before using the finishing product.


2. G Eazy Slick Back Haircut


What Is The G Eazy Haircut Called?

The G Eazy haircut is a slick back with a low taper on back & sides.

It's reminiscent of mafia style haircuts sported by Robert De Niro in Casino and Al Pacino in Godfather, but the taper adds a slightly more modern edge to this style!

What To Ask Your Barber For

You're always best to show your barber a picture, as a slick back with a taper to one barber may be interpreted different to another!

But for your reference the haircut is slick back with around a number 1-2 taper on the back & sides.

The optimal length for this cut on top is around 6-10 inches. G Eazy's is probably around 8-10 inches on top.

Styling The G Eazy Slick Back Haircut

To style the G Eazy slick back haircut use a pomade with a medium to high hold and high shine like the Regal Gentleman Vintage Pomade (coming soon - get exclusive access now), and a fine tooth comb. Apply product and then comb back through your hair to create separation.

Blow drying is very important with this style to give the hair plenty of volume. Blow dry all your hair back and into the middle.


3. G Eazy Side Parting Haircut


What Is The G Eazy Haircut Called?

The more famous G Eazy haircut is a modern take on a 40's-50's classic the slicked side parting comb over with a hard part. It also combines elements of the rockabilly/greaser trend.

What To Ask Your Barber For

Ask your barber for a hard part side parting with a zero taper fade on the back & sides. G Eazy keeps this cut very clean around the ears and neck with a zero taper kept very low and faded up.

The hard part means that the parting is razored in to make it easier to style!

However, be aware that if you do like to switch up your style then the hard part can cause you issues with other styles, so if you're someone who likes to wear a different style for different occasions then go for the side parting without the hard part.

How To Style The G Eazy Haircut

To style use a high shine & high hold pomade like the Regal Gentleman Vintage Pomade (coming soon - get exclusive access now), and use a fine tooth comb to create separation.

G Eazy kept this style looking solid, and some gents may not like this much hold to their hair. If not, go for a lighter hold

Top tip - Separate your parting when wet and blow dry this part of the hair downwards while holding the top of your hair in place with your other hand to make it easier to style!