Caesar cut

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Haircut Caesar of Emperor Tiberius, first half of the first century.

The Caesar cut is a hairstyle with short, horizontally straight cut bangs. The hair is layered to around 2–5 cm (1-2 inches) all over. It is named after the Roman Emperor Tiberius Julius Caesar, whose images frequently depict him wearing his hair in such a manner. This haircut first became fashionable among Western boys and men in the 1950s.

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  • The dictionary definition of caesar cut at Wiktionary