#16: Tintin Quiff
Trim the majority of your hair so that it is just a little bit longer than stubble length. Leave a patch of hair much longer at the front of your head. Use a little styling gel to tease this hair into a “Tintin” style quiff.
#17: Short Back and Sides with Short Beard
Use an electric shaver to cut the back and the sides of your hair to the same length as your beard. Leave a strip of thicker hair in the center of your head for a sharp hipster hairstyle.
#18: Side Swept hair with Side Parting
If your crown is off to one side, use this natural feature as part of your style. Sweep all of your hair from one side to the other. This style looks great if you have a lose natural wave.
#19: Twisted Quiff
Hipster hairstyles always need a twist! Comb your hair up into a normal quiff with a little styling gel, but twist the comb slightly as you are running it through your hair.
#20: Soft Spikes with a Loose Wave
To give your hair soft looking spikes, run a small amount of styling gel though your hair with your fingers. Once the gel is beginning to dry, run a comb upwards through your hair in different directions.