Elon Reeve Musk is a South African-born Canadian-American businessman, entrepreneur, investor, engineer, and also an inventor.
He is the co-founder, CEO, and architect of Tesla Inc., as well as the founder, CEO., and CTO of SpaceX, co-founder, and CEO of Neuralink; co-founder of PayPal; and co-founder of Zip2.
Elon Musk recently gave himself a haircut which was very different from what he usually has. This new haircut was similar to the undercut hairstyle, where all the sides are shaved off, and the hair on top is left as it is.
Elon Musk Career
Elon Reeve Musk FRS is an entrepreneur and business magnate who was born on June 28, 1971. He is from South Africa. When he was 17 years early, he migrated to Canada and became a Canadian citizen.
In 1982, he moved to the United States, where he enrolled at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, for 2 years before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Bachelor’s degree in Physics.
Together with his brother Kimbal Musk and Greg Kouri, he formed his first company, Zip2 Corporation, in 1995. They received funding from angel investors and then later sold it to Compaq in 1999 for US$307 million in cash and US$34 million in stock options.
Musk co-founded X.com, an online financial services, and e-mail payment company, in 1999. The startup was one of the first few companies to be financially insured online banks, and over 200,000 customers joined the service during its early months of operation.
Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning, who financed the company until the Series A round of funding, were the original founders of Tesla Motors.
It has been estimated that Tesla Motors was initially funded with approximately US$6.5 million in capital from individual investors, including Elon Musk, who contributed US$30 million to the company.
Musk led the Series A round of investment in February 2004, joining Tesla’s board of directors as its chairman. Musk and other investors brought Tesla to a successful IPO in 2010 on NASDAQ.
Elon musk Haircut
Elon Musk recently had a haircut that was very distinct from what he usually was. A photo of him after the haircut went viral on social media, with people posting comments both praising and criticizing him.
The haircut is called an undercut hairstyle where all of the sides were cut off, and the hair on top was left as it is.
The hair on top is typically tall and split on either the side or center, while the back and sides are usually buzzed very tight, though those with undercuts were able to slick the bangs back during the 2010s.
The undercut has been sported by a wide range of men, from soldiers to footballers to businessmen. Despite its popularity among some subcultures, it has often been associated with criminality because of its adoption by gang members at various points in history.
Netizens comment on Elon Musk’s haircut.
The netizens went all out to find resemblance, which has triggered a lot of interest on social media. They say it looks like Kim Jong-un.
How to get an undercut haircut?
Dampen the hair, section the hair on top on both sides, and comb the hair back toward the center of the head. On both sides, make certain the part is the same height. This is identified as the detached haircut line, and it is crucial for the undercut. It’s worth mentioning that the larger the part, the more like a mohawk the haircut will resemble. Make a part at the back of the head, at the same height, or just below the side part, and sweep that hair forward and out of the way.
Everything below the detached section, or the disconnect line, on top, should be cut off. This is where you must decide how long you need the sides and back to go.
You must choose the clipper guard size that you fancy; no guard will leave nothing but stubble, while a No. 1 guard will be left 1/8 inch of hair, and a no. 2 will leave 1/4 inch of skin. To slice the sides and back, start at the top and trim the hair, front to back, with the clipper guard’s edge aligned up against the part’s edge, resulting in a nice, clear line.
This haircut is a smart choice for the no-fuss man. It’s very easy to maintain, it looks good on all face shapes, and it’s really versatile. You can keep the hair on top longer or shorter depending on your preference and the length of your hair.