Named after Julius Caesar, the Caesar hair cut is a short hair style. It has 1- to 2-inch layers with fringe pulled down on the forehead. The Caesar is a low-maintenance style worn by men of all ages. This haircut looks good on most face shapes and works with nearly all hair types. The Caesar is easy to wear and can be styled in different ways for variety.
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Basic Caesar Style
Use your fingers to work a small amount of mousse through damp hair. If hair is thin, dry it with a blow dryer for extra fullness. Otherwise, just arrange the hair with your fingers, pulling the fringe down onto your forehead and let it dry naturally. Rub some pomade on your hands and smooth it over your hair for a more textured appearance. Using pomade, give the ends of the fringe separation or just wear the fringe straight across.
This is a fun, trendy look for younger guys. After washing and drying your hair, apply gel to the top section of your hair. Pull the hair straight up to create spikes and arrange them how you like. Then let your hair dry naturally. Don't use a comb on your hair after spiking it or it will fall flat.
This haircut is a close version of the Caesar. The cut is the exactly the same except for the fringe, which are longer and fall down over the forehead. Style this haircut with a side part and fringe swept over to the side. Use styling gel on damp hair and blow dry the bang area with a small, round brush, pulling the fringe down on the forehead and slightly to the side for a trendy look. Modify the side part look by using gel to push the fringe up and to the side for a cleaner, off the forehead style.
Adding hair colour is another way to style the Caesar haircut. It is an option that adds dimension and shine. Highlights can either be subtle or dramatic. An all-over colour gives hair extra body and grey coverage if needed. Have your hair colour done by a trained professional for the best results.
The right products are essential for a Caesar hair style. Use hair products that match your hair type. For dry, curly or coarse hair use moisturising or hydrating products. If your hair is oily, use products for that hair type. Mousse, gel and pomade are necessary tools for styling short haircuts such as the Caesar.
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