A military haircut is meant to give more than just a uniform look to armed men. A military cut is given maintain a high standard of hygiene and cleanliness.
The military cut has become more of a style for the everyday man. There are many variations of this cut that give you the sharp and clean look – with a bit more style.
The regulation cut is one of the longest military cuts by definition. The cut allows for almost full coverage and little skin showing. The cut features a longer top with tapered or faded sides down to the nape of the neck.
This style has become a civilian or businessman’s cut that is appreciated for its clean, yet styled look.
A burr cut, or commonly referred to as an induction cut, is the shortest of all the military haircuts. All of the hair is cut the same length with a single clipper blade – but it’s not shaved.
Similarly to the burr cut, the butch military haircut is the same length throughout, but using a more forgiving blade.
The high and tight is one of the most common military haircuts. This cut is similar to an undercut hairstyle, but is shorter in length. This style yields a very short cut on the sides, with a small, tight top.
A crew cut is one of the most well-known military haircuts, but is often confused with other styles. The crew cut is a combination of the high and tight and butch cuts. The style has short hair at the top that is long enough to comb, and tapered sides all the way down to the nape of the neck.
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