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Short Haircut(32 years old)

post #1 of 6
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Hi guys, im 32 years old canadian. Currently with a Buzz haircut(number 4).

 

I think i have an oval face shape,not really sure, look like a football ball.


Before i didnt know the impact that haircut and sideburns/beard had on appaerance.

 

I want to get a Haircut, the haircut must have the following traits:

 

-Short haircut

-NO Styling products involved at any cost,Just blowdry.

-Sideburns mid lenght of ears

-No beard-always clean shave, justmid lenght of ears sideburns

-No fade/taper, hair must be all the same lenght everywhere

 

 

 

Now, i thought about haircut style that suit those traits and i got 2 Haircuts that come to mind.

 

1.Buzz cut(Number 1) with mid ears sideburns

 

2.Classic Ceasar Haircut(All the same lenght-scissors) all around with mid lenght sideburns.

 

I think the Classic Ceasar haircut would fit most in today society, With the Buzzcut i kinda feel like a Thug walking around.

 

I just dont want to look like Jim carrey in Dumb and Dumber.

 

Im not sure, what do you guys think would be better?

 

Thank you


Edited by Alexender - 10/16/16 at 3:08am
post #2 of 6
Caesar cut.
post #3 of 6
Buzz cut. The other style will make you look like an out of style office bro.
post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

Buzz cut. The other style will make you look like an out of style office bro.

hmmm could look a bit Martin Freeman, depends what the OP looks like and if he goes for a more textured style or something more severe and straight like our man Spock here.

post #5 of 6
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Gerard Butler look awsome with a Ceasar haircut with Medium sideburns. I wonder if the beard make a difference. The bangs on the forehead are very short

 

Also i have Straight Hair, i dont know if i could pull a Ceasar haircut like the one above, seem it fit curly hair better.

post #6 of 6
1) Wrong part of the forum.
2) Thick, straight hair? That's more likely to stay in place without any product.
3) The first argument against the Caesar style is that it's boyish. It needs be balanced out by a masculine face (a la weathered skin, facial hair, gray hairs, or a large nose).
4) The second is that noticeable bangs are distracting, which means the Caeser needs to be re-cut very frequently.
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