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A 19th century peasant with a bowl cut

A bowl cut is a simple haircut where the front hair is cut with a straight fringe (see bangs) and the rest of the hair is left longer, the same length all the way around, or else the sides and back are cut đồ sộ the same short length.[1] It is named ví because in medieval times, when it was popular in Europe, a bowl would be placed on the head and then used as a cutting guide đồ sộ trim the hair.[1][better source needed]


A 1920s Soviet Ukrainian poster; the man on the left sports a bowl cut.

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Historically, the bowl cut was popular among common European and Asian men, being an easy neat cut done by a non-professional. Indeed, it was done by putting a cooking pot of a fit size đồ sộ the level of ears, and all hair below the rim was cut or shaved off.[2][failed verification] In some cultures it was a normal type of haircut. In other cultures the bowl cut was viewed as an attribute of poverty, signifying that the wearer could not afford đồ sộ visit a barber.[1]

In the United States, the bowl cut was never particularly popular. At least as far back as the 1980s, the cut has been ridiculed by many and is often mocked via mạng internet memes.[3][4][5]

By năm ngoái, the hairstyle was uncommon enough that its use by mass murderer Dylann Roof was considered mildly noteworthy. The Anti-Defamation League has documented its metonymic use by young white supremacists, among whom it represents Roof and his crimes in particular, and white supremacist ideology in general.[6]

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See also

  • List of hairstyles
  • Pageboy
  • Curtained hair
  • Czupryna
  • Moe Howard


  1. ^ a b c "Bowl Haircut". FashionEncyclopedia.com. Retrieved May 6, 2013.
  2. ^ Hill, Daniel Delis (January 13, 2022). History of World Dress and Fashion, Second Edition. GeminiDragon Publishing. p. 311. ISBN 9780986425493.
  3. ^ Deabler, Alexandra (September 4, 2019). "Charlize Theron among celebs bringing back the bowl cut". Fox News.
  4. ^ Singh-Kurtz, Sangeeta (September 25, 2019). "Charlize Theron's Bowl Cut Speaks". The Cut.
  5. ^ "The Bowl Cut Your Mom Gave You Is Back". InStyle. Archived from the original on July 27, 2021. Retrieved July 27, 2021.
  6. ^ "Bowlcut/Dylann Roof". Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved August 18, 2022.

External links

  • The dictionary definition of bowl cut at Wiktionary