Haircuts are always something that compliments your look. You can never feel confident by having a dull or boring haircut. However, Do you know that today many trending hairstyles are the derivation of the old hairstyles that used to be famous in the last century?
Of a lot of trending haircuts, the Edger haircut is among the top. Another name for Edgar cut is the “Takuache Hairstyle.” It is said that Anthony Reyes, a barber, initially did this hairstyle. The barber actually paid tribute to a player named Martinez.
However, Takuache or cuhh Edgar cut was first used by the people who had a truck lifestyle and used expensive high apparel, including belts, boots, and pants.
Edgar cut is a popular cut among young boys, and it never fails to impress with its dynamic look. Its neat look contributes to your appearance by making you appear more mature and elegant. A contrasting beard style is another plus point of the Edgar Cut that you can also go with.
Before moving towards the types of Edgar cut, here I have mentioned some important terms that we should know before having the one.
The low fade is a style in which the lower hair on the sides of the head goes to the back. It begins lower on the head than a standard fade. To be more precise, it starts just from one inch above your ear.
Mid fade is the style that starts anywhere between your temple and ears. Between the high fade and low fade, it can create a perfect and most suitable balance for your haircut. However, you can achieve a more versatile look by the mid-fade in your Edgar cut.
In high faded style, the faded line starts from the corner of your forehead and goes towards the back of your head in a curve line. The length of hair can be done to make a gradient-like effect.
Types of Edgar Cut
Classical Edgar Cut
This edgy haircut is best for guys who have short yet volumed hair. It almost looks like a caesar cut. All you have to do is ask your barber to cut your forehead hair straight in equal yet short length. However, the sides of the hair should be kept short. Most people prefer the sides as bald to give a solid and sharp appearance.
High Fade Edgar Haircut
With faded sides, this haircut has a fantastic look of shortly trimmed hair moving to the back. Ask your barber to cut the length of hair variated from top to middle bottom to give a neat look. Never forget to make the front haircut style slightly bending to make a face look soft and slimy.
Edgar Line Haircut
This type of Edgar cut might be unique for you, and it’s one of the coolest Edgar haircuts. What makes it more unique from other Edgar haircuts is the bald line that passes from both sides. You need to grow your hair around 1.5 to 2 inches for this haircut.
Ask your barber to give you an Edgar look, and there will be long top hair left to form a spiky style. However, this spiky layer will go to the back of your head with sharp bald lines and faded sides.
Curly Taper Fade Edgar Cut
The sharp fringing line on the forehead with long curly hair and stairy sides makes the tapered faded curly cut. This haircut tends you look more attractive and charming. Go for this Edgar cut if you have volumed, curly, and shiny hair. Just become bold in your look with your naturally curly hair.
Wavy Edgar Cut
Wavy Edgar cut makes your hair show its original texture and color. The solid and straight fringing line on the forehead with wavy or layered hair can never disappoint you to look full of attitude. Moreover, your wavy haircut also shows the look of loose open braids. Come up with a new look with this wavy Edgar cut from your barber.
Full Fade Edgar Haircut
The Edgar haircut that gives you the sharpest look is a high fade Edgar cut. Ask your barber to make all your hair very short with equal length so that they can create a symmetric look. On the top, the hair will be very short, and as you move down, there will be a bald section on the sides that will give a gradient effect. However, you can also try this haircut with a heavy beard to give a bold yet mature look.
Edgar Haircut With Short Spikes
Spiky hairstyles never disappoint young boys, and when we combine them with an Edgar cut, it really takes it to the next level. A combo of short spikes with a low fade Edgar cut is one of those Edgar cuts that can never become outdated. Get this haircut with a trim, shaved beard, and here you are, good to go.
Choppy Edgar Cut With Mid Bald Line
Edgar haircuts are not always done with short hair. If you are the one who loves to have long hair, then this might be able to become your favorite Edgar cut. All you have to do is leave your top hair long and give it a choppy look. The lower hair should be trimmed very short, giving you a faded look. It is good to ask a professional to draw a bald line across your forehead, starting from one side of your head to the other. Moreover, you can contrast your favorite beard style with this Edgar cut.
Mid Fade With Round Edgar Cut
All those Edgar cuts are mid-faded cuts that start between your temples and ear level. It can create a perfect balance to your hairstyle with a contrasting look. However, it is highly recommended for boys who have zero facial hair. You can still give a high masculine look with this haircut. Above your hair, you can also give levels to create a gradient effect of hair on the faded sides.
Edgar Haircut With Faded Beard
Beards are a great way to change your look drastically without changing your haircut. Let’s try this faded Edgar cut with a faded beard to make a big comeback in your lush style without changing your haircut at all. Having light beards with the Edgar cuts always looks good. So, your beard needs only to be trimmed neatly, and you’re done.
What is the defining feature of Edgar’s cut?
The straight and sharp fringe line on the forehead is the most defining feature of an Edgar haircut. Other defining features are the fades you add to your head’s sides that go straight back.
How can I Undergo a Messy Edgar Cut?
You can make your Edgar cut look messy by having spiky hair on the top. However, leave your front forehead hair straight and neat. You can give a dynamic and cool look with a neat forehead line and messy top hair.