It's that time again. Your hair is getting a little shaggy. Maybe you have medium-length or long hair and want to change it up. Regardless, you are a man looking for a short haircut for these modern times. Short hairstyles are low maintenance, but can still be stylish and reflect your individuality.
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A faux-hawk is a toned down version of a mohawk. The hair on top of the head is longer and taller than the hair on the sides. English soccer player David Beckham popularised the hairstyle during the 2002 World Cup. It is neat and stylish, with a bit of a rock-and-roll edge.
Shave it all off. If your head is regularly shaped and scar-free, going totally bald is a good option. It looks youthful and edgy. Famous musicians such as Moby, Chris Daughtry, and Seal rock this hairstyle. Athletes, such as Michael Jordan, Andre Agassi, and Vince Carter, also sport this style.
The Ivy league cut is a classic. The hair is cut close on the sides and back, and left a little longer on top and front. Then, the hair is neatly parted and styled with pomade or gel. It is popular with celebrities like Anderson Cooper, Matt Damon, and Ryan Seacrest.
The Caesar cut is named after Julius Caesar. It has short, horizontally cut fringe and can be slightly gelled. It is popular with actors like George Clooney and Russell Crowe. Musicians Eminem and Justin Timberlake have also worn the Caesar.
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