With its short cut and fringe, the Caesar hairstyle has gained timeless appeal thanks to its versatility and low-maintenance styling. You could stick with something softer like Tom, Justin Bieber and athlete Tom Daley, or even pair it with a fade like Post Malone.
Bonus: since your hair is styled forward, this can be a top chop if you’re conscious of thinning areas or a receding hairline.
Tom stars as Coriolanus Snow in The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – alongside the likes of Peter Dinklage – and sports a few different looks for the film, including a flowing blonde wig and bleached buzz cut.
“It felt freeing,” the actor told Entertainment Weekly of buzzing his hair. “It’s a great way, both as human and actor, to shed some layers to get to the core.”
Ooh, we can already hear our clippers calling…
- For Tom Blyth’s tousled Caesar haircut, your barber will give you a scissor cut with tapered short back and sides.
- They’ll leave a little more length on top, including enough for a fringe. Tom’s choppy one sits an inch or so above his browline.
- Your barber may use a point-cutting technique on top to create natural texture and movement.
- A Caesar chop can also be teamed with a fade and different lengths, so chat to your barber about what style will best suit your hair and face shape.
- Great news: Tom Blyth’s tousled Caesar haircut is relatively low maintenance in the styling stakes.
- Start by using a few spritzes of sea salt spray on gently-towel-dried hair. Go for one with heat-protection properties, like ANFORH TVS, if you’re blow drying.
- When your hair is dry, warm a pea-sized amount of lightweight matte- or natural-finish styling product in your hands. Run it through your hair, directing and shaping with that textured, tousled finish in mind.
- Try to swerve product with too much shine or heaviness, as this could weigh your fringe down and make it look greasy.
- Use your fingers – and a comb if needed – to move your fringe into place, separating the hair a little for choppiness. There you go. Nailed it!