Joseph Quinn: Caesar Haircut With Textured Fringe

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Formerly known as the voluminously-haired Eddie Munson on Stranger Things S4, actor Joseph Quinn’s short Caesar cut with that textured fringe makes him unrecognisable.

But at least he’s finally frizz-free…

MFH says

If it was a choice between his huge 80s wig (which has cult status) or the IRL Joseph Quinn’s short Caesar cut with that textured fringe , MFH has to choose the latter.

Frankly, his retro barnet was not the most, ahem, flattering, and it almost upstaged him.

“But 99.7% of the work is that wig,” he told The Guardian in an interview about his breakout role as heavy metal fan Eddie Munson in Stranger Things.

“OK, maybe only 99.6% is the wig. It’s objectively ridiculous. When I take it off, that helps me go unrecognised, so it’s been a blessing in that respect.”

Luckily, his shorter IRL haircut really suits his features and brings out his good looks which were hidden underneath all that volume and length (not to mention frizz).

Yes, dear readers, there really is such a thing as too. much. hair.


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  • If you’re after a classic Caesar cut look like Josephs, then it’s usually a scissor cut that’s the same length all over, with a Caesar fringe (Joseph’s fringe is textured and piecey as his hair is wavy).
  • You can play around with the look, though, as many people with Caesar styles opt for fades on the back and sides.
  • If you want a more edgy look, you can even get a skin fade.
  • But Joseph’s wavy hair looks best kept all the same length, which showcases the natural movement and texture in his hair.
  • Joseph’s Caesar cut is a pretty low-key style to look after.
  • Try and wash it no more than 2-3 times a week.
  • You can use dry shampoo if you feel the need to freshen it up in between washes.
  • To give it a slightly more polished look for work or a night out, spritz some texture spray onto damp hair and blow dry on medium heat, ruffling it as you go.
  • Then take a very small amount of matt clay, warm it up between your hands, then run it through the hair to create more obvious texture and encourage natural movement if you’ve got wavy hair like Joseph.
  • Then, using any leftover product on your fingers, run it through pieces of the fringe to give it that textured look.



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