Kyrie Irving (born on March 23, 1992) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Brooklyn Nets in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Coming into the league as the number 1 pick of the 2011 NBA Draft, Irving has since earned league-wide acclaim for his ball-handling skills and scoring ability, making him a regular on magazine and internet rankings. He has a low Caesar haircut that his fans love and has tried.
Kyrie Irving Career
Kyrie Andrew Irving was in Melbourne, Australia. He holds dual American and Australian citizenship by birth. His father, Drederick, played basketball at Boston University alongside NBA player Andray Blatche under coach Rick Pitino.
Drederick was drafted and played professionally overseas for 14 years. Irving grew up in West Orange, New Jersey, and attended Montclair Kimberley Academy before transferring to St. Patrick High School for his senior year of high school.
His mother died from an illness when he was four years old. Irving’s father moved the family to New Jersey after Drederick’s playing career overseas ended in order to put Kyrie through a better school system and give him more opportunities to play basketball. The move also reunited him with his father after spending two years apart while his dad played professionally in Australia.
Irving attended Duke University during the 2010–11 season where he achieved national player of the year honors (Player of the Year by USA Today) and led Duke to their fourth NCAA championship by defeating the Butler Bulldogs in the championship game of the 2011 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament.
He left Duke after one season to enter the 2011 NBA draft, where he was selected with the first pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Kyrie Irving Haircut
The Kyrie Irving has a low Caesar haircut cut and is styled with a brush-up at the top. The sides and back are tapered, which means the hair gradually gets shorter down to the skin.
The Kyrie Irving haircut has become very popular among men because it’s easy to get and style. It’s also a low-maintenance haircut that requires little effort to style every morning. This is why so many guys like it.
Low Caesar Haircut
The Caesar haircut is a low-profile, short men’s cut with a fringe. The Caesar is for you because it’s a versatile haircut, whether you fancy short, wavy, or even curly hair. It’s also a top choice for little boys, particularly those who are engaged in sports and other high-energy activities.
The length of the sides and back of the hair can be anywhere from close-cropped to slightly longer than one inch. This portion of the cut is up to personal preference and hair type and facial shape. For instance, if you have fine hair that tends to look thin when cropped very short, it may be best to keep this section at a medium length to avoid exposing too much scalp.
How to get a Low Caesar Haircut?
You must choose how long you need your hair to last. The Caesar haircut is a uniform length that varies from 1 to 2 inches (2.54 to 5.08 centimeters) long. The Caesar is 1.54 and 5.08 centimeters long, so choose a guard that will provide you with the right length after cutting your hair down to a more manageable length. 1 guard will be excellent for very small hair, while a 4 guard would be fantastic for longer hair
You can also select between a clipper and scissors to cut the top of your hair, though clippers are generally more common due to their ease and speed.
Brush your hair back from your forehead and keep it as flat as possible on the top of your head. Measure how far down you want the fade line to go before switching from the clippers to the scissors.
Trim down all of the hair on top of your head, following the guidelines described above for creating a fade line. If you’re using scissors, hold them at a 45-degree angle away from your head and make sure that there’s enough space between them so that they don’t pinch any skin as you cut.
The Caesar cut is a great option for men who are looking for a style that is both easy to maintain and fashionable. It is becoming increasingly popular among modern gentlemen.