Caesar Haircut

Caesar Haircut

Ever wondered how some guys get those amazing waves in their short haircut? Well look no further! Not only do those haircuts look well groomed, they are stylish to boot. The Dark Caesar haircut is a variant of the standard Caesar, which dates back to renowned Roman emperor, Julius Caesar. The Caesar haircut has been sported by various celebs, such as Russell Crowe of Gladiator fame. The hair is normally cut short evenly all around with a horizontal fringe. The Dark Caesar is suitable for black hair types and is mostly worn by black males, hence the term ‘dark’.

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Like its predecessor, the Dark Caesar consists of a ‘forward brush’ from the middle of the head extending to the hairline, with even horizontal waves as an option. This is achieved by cutting the hair in layers close to the scalp, usually with a 1.5 or 2.0 guard. Clippers/guards come in various brands and sizes and vary according to the desired effect. A 1.5 guard will give you a closer cut as opposed to the 2.0. The edges are then lined for a defined finish. Maintaining those fresh waves can be achieved by using a light wax or pomade and securely tying hair at nights with a do-rag.

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