By Bonny Chartier. Men Haircuts. Published at Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 - 06:26:28 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.
Spiky – If you’re looking for an edgy way to add volume but don’t like the faux hawk style, try adding some spikes to your hair. It’s an attention-grabbing style, but it’s definitely not for everyone. When spiking your hair, you can define the spikes however you’d like. This can result in tall spikes or more messy, tousled spikes.
For shorter spikes, simply grab a small portion of your hair and style it upward. For longer spikes, you’ll need to approach your hair in sections, tying up your hair with ties or clips. Work on one section at a time, starting from the root and styling upward.
The Long Slicked-Back Hair Cut – This look is two parts, the cut, and the styling. The slicked-back look has been cool for ages and it’s not going anywhere (except for maybe on your head). It brings on the rebel, outsider look but is still undoubtedly modern. Growing your hair out for this is important. The look makes a seriously badass statement when there’s a bit of length to it.
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