The Caesar Cut hairstyle is a great style option for curly hair men. Known to be sported by curly celebrities such as George Clooney or Russell Crowe, the Caesar Cut hairstyle will exude manliness and give you a modern yet classic mane at the same time!
I love the Caesar cut. It just is a great hairstyle for men with curly hair. Classic yet allows for showing off some of your mane, it really doesn’t get any better in my book. Moreover, total alpha men such as George Clooney or Russell Crowe have sported this manly hairstyle so the Caesar Cut is the perfect style option for those men who like their hair oldschool with some alpha/badass trait ingrained in it.
George Clooney in From Dusk Till Dawn is the epitome of the Caesar Cut hairstyle!
Never look at a man with a Caesar Cut straight in the eyes!
Apart from the Caesar Cut hairstyle having the ability to surround you with hot chicks (Salma Hayek in From Dusk Till Dawn, damn!!), this manly hairstyle also looks great in all professional men. This hairstyle goes like bread and butter in an office setting so it fits those businessmen with curly hair who want to sport a classic look (as opposed to the dandy Jim Morrison hairstyle!). Likewise, the Caesar Cut hairstyle goes down very well with balding curly men although it should only be sported up to, and including, a Norwood 3.
The Caesar Cut hairstyle is most suitable for men with curly hair types I and II who have short length curls. It is an easy to style option and requires about 2-3 minutes of morning grooming. It is a hairstyle that lasts throughout the day so it will not let you down come the evening time and you are still stuck in the office or, even better, in an office party! It will give you a George Clooney-esque tint and we know what women think of George Clooney. Such a win-win hairstyle the Caesar Cut is!
As usual with manly curly hairstyles, growing a beard duplicates their badassness!
For a Caesar Cut hairstyle you will need a fade haircut which emphasizes a gradual increase in hair length from the nape to the top of the head. The fade haircut needs to be gradual, so use guard lengths #2 to #4 plus some scissors as you go up. Leave the curly hair on top of your head with short length (1-2 inches, not more).
So, now that you now what you need for a Caesar Cut hairstyle, let’s get down to business and show you how to style it:
1) Wet your hair
2) Use a wide tooth comb or your fingers to now style the curls on top of your head in a forward direction. You should have a small fringe of curls (think less than 1 inch) caressing the top of your forehead.
3) Use your fingers to now carefully and lightly style the fringe on your forehead in a messy manner. Do not, however, touch the central part of the fringe, leave it as it is (styled forward).
4) Now style the sides and back of your head in a downward direction.
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The Caesar Cut hairstyle is just too alpha for a hairstyle. Classic yet modern, women associate this hairstyle with sexy (my period of George Clooney-esque hair was a lot of fun!), which is something you should be looking in a curly hairstyle. As curly hair men, we need hairstyles that enhance our manes with sexyness yet go down well in urban scenarios, and the Caesar Cut hairstyle does it all to a T!
All the best.
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