Hairstyle with faded sides and a little longer top
Jason looks so good in his crew cut.
IDK. I loved his mullet.
|Skinhead||Bald or closely-shaved head|
|Mullet||Hairstyle that is short in front and long in back|
|Edgar||High fade and bowl cut hairstyle|
|Afro||Natural bush-like hairstyle|
|Flow||Long, thick, luscious hair|
|Lettuce||Thick, curly, beautiful hair|
|Comb-over||Hairstyle where hair is combed to one side of the head|
|Hockey hair||Long, flowing hair with flipped wings|
Crew cut is one of the most common haircuts among men. It includes buzzed and faded sides with a little bit longer hair length on top. It may go by several other names, including buzz cut, butch, and flat-top crew cut.
Origin of crew cut
The slang term "crew cut" may have originated in the 1920s (although the hairstyle existed long before). One belief is that the name came from a Yale rowing team member Jock Whitney. After he got the haircut, the rest of his crew adopted it and became known as the "crew cut."
The haircut grew popular at Ivy League schools, and the U.S. military gave every member a crew cut during World War II. It then became a standardized "clean look" and has led to many variations with different tapers, pompadour, and lengths on top (long comb-overs, flat-tops, etc.).