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American Haircut Atlanta 5 Popular Military Style Haircuts for Men 1: Military Burr Haircut Before we go over what a Burr haircut is it’s probably best to explain the Induction cut. In simple terms the Induction cut is the shortest crew cut you can get a bald head haircut if you like and you’re essentially left with a just a fine stubble of hair. A Burr haircut is like a very slightly grown out version of the Induction cut giving you just a touch more hair and providing you with a slightly less intense look. This military buzz cut has no fade and the hair remains the same length all over giving it a regimented clean look. It’s the kind of cut that’s great if you’re 1 losing your hair and don’t want to deal with patches and 2 want a striking look that’s not overly dramatic. If this is still a little too harsh of a cut for you try a butch cut which is a slightly longer version of the Burr. If even that’s too far try out the classic tapered crew cut. 2: Military High and Tight Haircut This is a style that’s automatically identifiable as a military cut. With its closely shaved sides and trim top it’s got a unique edge that stands out from the average men’s hairstyle. The standard army cut has obvious rules with the sides of the head buzz cut no fade and a short amount of hair at the top of the head. When you look at a high and tight haircut vs a military crew cut haircut you’ll see they’re actually fairly similar. The main difference is that the tapered or shaved sides are cut further up the head with a standard military style keeping the hair at the top of the head defined and easily hidden by a military cap. Fade military haircuts aren’t common but if you haven’t got an army official to report to then adding in a fade can really help soften up the look of this striking cut. This can make it a little easier if you want to style a high and tight haircut with a beard as the softer look will look less striking paired with some facial hair. You can also try out a longer look to create less of a stark contrast between the sides and the top. Making small changes to this military style 1940’s men’s haircut can help make it easier to work into an everyday look. 3: Military Undercut Haircut The undercut has been an insanely popular cut for a while now sported by everyone from celebrities to your local barista but sorry to say the army guys wore it first. The military undercut is pretty much

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like the modern undercut you know and love with the sides and back of the head shaved to the same length and the hair on the top left a little longer. One exaggerated example of the military undercut is the gangster haircut styled by Michael Pitt in Boardwalk Empire. It’s got the classic shaved sides without the modern fade added in letting the longer top stand out in contrast. If you want to go for a modern upgrade you might want to add in the fade creating less of a strong contrast and maintaining a softer edge. All in all you can view it like a less intense kind of military Mohawk but with a shorter sweeping fringe. It’s a popular Air Force haircut as well and tends to fit in well with both conservative and modern haircuts for men. 4: Military Regulation Haircut The regulation haircut isn’t the standard soldier cut and is generally worn by high-rank officers. Luckily even if you don’t sport camo wear at work you can still pull off this surprisingly stylish cut. The main features of the cut are the medium faded clipper cut sides and the smooth side parting. If you have a low reg haircut which is just a military name for a fade then the gap between your skin and the heaviest part of your hair is fairly short whereas a high reg would have a larger ‘gap’. This style was and still is a popular Marine haircut as well as a traditional WW1 haircut but has merged in with the modern world and been adopted by the red carpet walkers who appreciate the smooth clean look. 5: Military Ivy League Haircut Yep hard to imagine but this preppy cut is actually a popular army and navy haircut. When you look at the basic shape of the cut it’s in simple terms a long crew cut. It’s a great style to go for if you want a neat formal look without an uncomplicated vibe and it can be worked to create different finishes. You can also experiment with different contrasts keeping the sides cropped and creating a sort of Ivy League crewcut or letting the sides grow out to create a more subtle contrast. A bit of wax or pomade can also help to give you a more modern textured finish so this is a cut you can really play around with. If you are still uncertain on what look will work for you schedule a consultation with our hair stylist at Miracle beauty salon in Atlanta. We have the best and experts who will help to make your look more beautiful. So feel free to call on +404-603-0303 and book your appointment now for Eyebrow Threading Atlanta Best Eyebrow Threading Facialist Salon Bikini Waxing Atlanta Legs Arms Waxing Hair Henna Atlanta Wedding Hair Henna Henna Tattoo Atlanta American Haircut Atlanta

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