By Archambault Moreno. Men Haircuts. Published at Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 - 06:49:11 AM.
The Caesar haircut came from, you guessed it, Julius Ceasar, himself. Well, actually I don’t know that but the haircut did gain popularity in ancient Rome. The shortcut, styled forward with straight cut bangs was considered more civilized than the unruly hair of barbarian tribes.
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.
The Trim Flip – If you can still achieve good, thick length on top, but your crown may be thinning a bit, this is a great style to make the best of what you have. Trim the sides short, not buzzed, but close. This creates a symmetry to any thinning while the length in the front adds a youthful appearance to the face. A soft grooming cream along with a little hair paste keeps this youthful and not weighed down.
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.
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