100 Trendiest Caesar Haircuts in 2018 & How to Style

Caesar haircut is one of the popular haircuts in these days that originated from Rome where Emperor Caesar used to get this haircut. It was very popular in the 90’s and now has come back with the combination of other styles. Short, layered, and horizontal haircut bags are the basic features of Caesar haircut. Let’s see how it looks when gets combine with other hairstyles.

 

 

What is Caesar Cut?

A Caesar cut typically requires short hair. We’re talking about something as short as 0.5 inches (1.25cm) or perhaps grown out to be a little more than 3 inches in length (7.6cm). You can maintain longer fringe if you’d like, but usually in this cut, the fringe is combed forward. If you are looking for a timeless, low-maintenance look that is not restricted by versatility, this is the haircut for you.

In a unique way, a Caesar cut is a perfect balance between high fashion and a low-key appearance. It can also be easily adjusted to suit a person’s age range and style! When you wear a Caesar haircut, you can expect a tidy, neat and uniform look since your hair would have similar or same length throughout at the top, the sides and the back.

 

How to Get A Caesar Cut

First, keep in mind that your hair at the top should be only between 0.5 to 3 inches long at max. It’s better to stick to a shorter length. Once you have selected your preferred length, cut your hair all around – the top, sides, and back to the same length.

Alternatively, you can go for another variation of the Caesar cut which involves a taper. You can cut your hair at the sides and the back to make it shorter than your hair at the top. This can be done either by using scissors or by setting a #3 or #4 on your clippers and applying it.

 

Caesar Haircut vs Fade

caesar vs fade

A Caesar cut is a simplistic haircut in which a fade can be added at the sides if you wanted to. On the other hand, a fade is to make your hair from short to shorter, usually at the sides and the back of your head. Depending on your haircut styles and your face shapes, your fade can be high, medium or low. Just choose one that suits you best!

 

Best Light and Dark Caesar Haircuts for Men

Gone are the days when a variety of hairstyles was associated only with women and men had a few options. Nowadays, men are equally concerned about their looks like females and keenly follow trendy hairstyles and the latest fashion. Caesar haircuts are not only stylish but also gives a modern look to any man or teenager. Below are 30 of our most favorite light and dark caesar haircuts for men which will definitely inspire you.

 

1. Caesar Haircuts for Choppy and Layered Bangs

nice Caesar Haircuts for young boy

This classy hair design keeps your hair up on your head like a crown. The side-hair are tapered giving you a pleasant refreshing look. This style is being considered as the best one for males having straight messy hair who really don’t care about giving their hair any pleasant look because of one or the other reasons.

 

How to Style:

Since this cut is quite normal, it is known to all stylists. Just make sure to tell your barber to handle the irregular hair by cutting them properly and then style accordingly.

 

2. Chic with Razor Line

Razor Caesar Haircuts for men

This is the best design for the males having a bit round head. Evenly cut hair with an amazing texture and proper length is all to be needed by the man with the mentioned description. For the perfect razor line, you can fade the sides as well.

 

How to Style:

This is a rather easy design yet one thing you should make aware your stylist of, is to fade the sides perfectly because the cleanliness of razor line will be dependent on how your sides are faded.

 

3. Skin Fade and Textured Top

skin fade haircut plus Caesar haircut

If you have long hair and you don’t want to cut them off fearing you won’t grow such again, don’t worry as we have a solution in the form of a Skin Fade Textured Top haircut. In this amazing haircut, the textured locks are hanged over the head giving a rather promising look.

 

How to Style

Ask your barber to cut the hair first proportionately from the crown while maintaining the sides properly. Don’t let him fade the sides to the extremes.

 

4. Caesar With Subtle Curls

The Caesar haircuts are one of its kinds. Ever wondered what to do with the curly hair? Let’s tell you a unique way to handle your curls in a fashionable way. You can trim the sides of and then handle your curls in a way which could just appear on the head, looking messy but properly curled.

 

How to Style:

Since this cut is also easier, there is no need to direct anything. However, tell the stylist to apply a softening cream prior to trimming because it will rule out even a single percent chance of deterioration.

 

5. Heavy Chop and Undercut

Caesar Heavy Chop and Undercut hairstyle

Give your hair a unique style with this amazing undercut design. For this type of haircut, your hair should be thick, long and silky otherwise it won’t hold of like it is supposed to be. You can also sweep your hair at the front and trim off the sides properly.

 

How to Style:

Tell the stylist to give your hair a trimmed look from the sides and then start turning your hair into thick puffs.

 

6. Messy and Textured Top

young boy Messy and Textured Caesar Haircuts

If you are planning for a messy hairdo, keep a strict eye over the texture and this haircut includes chopping the strands for a few inches right from the top and then sweeping them off at one side of your head would do the trick.

 

Watch The Following Video about How to Cut Textured Caesar Style Cut

 

How to Style:

Since the barber is pretty aware of this look, you need nothing to worry about just sit back and relax. Your barber knows what he has to do.

 

7. Vintage Caesar with Tapered Fade

boy's Caesar with Tapered Fade hairstyle

The tapered fade always gives your hair a prominent and a decent look. The upper side of the head looks no different than the other Caesar haircuts but the tapered fade is what gives you a modern look.

 

How to Style:

For this look, you need to grow your hair 3-4 inches and your hair must be hard to get the real essence of this haircut.

 

8. Effortless Bangs

Apart from textured bangs, there is another haircut in which just a simple scissor cut from almost every angle is sufficient to give you a gentleman look.

 

How to Style:

This is one of the easiest styles one could ever adopt. I would say as there is no need to go to your stylist because your wife will do it for you.

 

9. Crop Out with Undercut

Almost cut to the extinction from the sides and a puffy texture at the crown, evenly cut hair from the back, is what it makes the undercut crop out haircut.

 

How to Style:

Ask your barber to take great care while giving your hair a round look because this is where the professional prowess of your barber counts.

 

10. Layered and Textured Locks

Layered and Textured Caesar Hairstyle boys favorite

If you want to flaunt your Caesar haircut, just keep it flashy, trim the hair, give them a beautiful mahogany colour and then layer them gently at your forehead.

 

How to Style:

Don’t let your barber trims the front side of your hair and let him do the back cutting. It will balance the proportion which will give you a textured look.

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