There are two types of hairstyles for a widow’s peak.
Either long style to hide the receding hairline or short style that blends into it, such as a fade cut, Short on the sides and back style, comb over and buzz cut.
Best way to hide the widow’s peak when leaving your top medium to long is to part your hair in the middle. And the hair at both sides has enough volume and density.
His hair at sides are blunt cut with not many layers.
Using little bit of dry wax or clay would be good to give hair a little bit of texture and movement. But ends have to be nourished well with oil or balm. Spray wax would also be good as it is light and it won’t weigh the hair down.
This is another example of long top style to hide the widow’s peak.
He had a lot of hair at the bottom of back head where we reduced a lot of weight from.
Receding hair is fully covered by making the center parted hairstyle and making the front hair as thick as possible by blunt cutting the ends and having no layers.
Balancing the overall hair weight is the key to deal with your widow’s peak.
Apply some oil or balm first to nourish the ends and use soft wax to clean the bottom of back head to add some texture and sharpness.
Short style would probably be the most popular way for men to deal with a widow’s peak or receding harline.
This is because fade or undercut minimize the difference between your hair and widow’s peak spot.
Medium hold wax or matte wax is good to give some body and texture on top.
There are so many mays to deal with widow’s hairline and receding hairline.
One thing it’s obvious that over all hair weight and balance is very important to make your hairstyle nice and trendy.