The French Crop is a type of Male haircut that never goes out of style. It was very popular during the 90s, but in reality it has never stopped being seen on the street because it is a very easy to maintain classic, which looks good on almost any type of face.
Its advantages are that the hair is short enough to be combed in a couple of minutes in the morning and long enough to disguise entries. The latter makes him a great ally of men with fine hair and a recessionary line, as is the case with the celebrities above, especially Daniel Craig, who has remained faithful to the French Crop for years.
To obtain a French Crop haircut you have to cut the hair clipper at a low number on the nape and sides. The upper part is cut with the scissors, combing the hair down or parting to the side, but always making sure to leave a short Julius Caesar bangs, which will provide a nice frame for the face in most cases and a hiding place for the entrances if there are any, which we will then comb as best we can.
It is an ideal hairstyle for the day, since as the hair is quite short, it is almost no effort to comb your hair in the morning, you just have to letting most of the strands fall into their natural place (Although there will always be a few rebels who will make us sweat more than once). And once everything has been combed well down or to the side, making sure to highlight some strands to preserve a certain naturalness, we will apply the necessary hairspray so that it can hold us perfectly all day.
When it comes to maintaining it, the French Crop requires a trim every three to four weeks or so. If you are good with scissors and hair clippers, we encourage you to do the maintenance yourself following the line marked by the barber. This will save you money and give it a personal touch that is often very flattering, as no one knows our face better than we do.