By Eloisa Morvan. Men Haircuts. Published at Saturday, August 10th, 2019 - 18:36:04 PM.
The induction cut is the army haircut that is given on the first day of boot camp. It is appropriately titled because it is given out in almost an assembly-line fashion to everyone that is inducted into the first day of boot camp. The induction cut is very simple. It is basically a nearly bald cut.
How to Cut – Like the faux hawk, a spiky style doesn’t demand any specific haircut. The most important factor is the length. If you want more dramatic, standout spikes, you’ll want a longer haircut. If you want more subtle spikes, go for a shorter cut. Many haircuts can be spiked well, so you can get something like a side part and then spike it.
The Fade Haircut – Although there are different versions of this particular cut, the military version is always styled in a standard manner. The hair left at the top never exceeds two inches and sides are cut to the shortest length possible. This haircut can be done on different hair types with the final result being good if done by a professional stylist.
The Caesar cut is ideal with diamond, square, oval and triangle faces. Guys with round or heart-shaped heads should avoid it. The look will enlarge the foreheads on heart-shaped guys and only further round out you round-head shaped fellows. This look is also good for older men’s hairstyles. It adds maturity while still being stylish.
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