Light Caesar/Dark Caesar: The Caesar cut is a hairstyle with short, horizontally straight cut bangs. The hair is layered to around 2–5 cm (1-2 inches) all over. It is named after the Roman Emperor Tiberius Julius Caesar, whose images frequently depict him wearing his hair in such a manner.
Tape up: Tapered cuts are where the hair is longer at the top and then gradually gets shorter down the back and sides of the head. In a normal taper haircut, the top is left about 2-4 inches long while the rest of the hair is cut shorter.
Fade: The term 'fade' originated in ethnic barber shops and has become the popular term for an aggressively tight taper in men's hair. Hair at the sides and back is cut as close as possible with clippers and "fades," or tapers, up into almost any length on top.
Mohawk: The head is shaved bare except for a strip of hair, usually with blunt, brush-like ends, down the center of the scalp from the forehead to the nape of the neck.
Bald Cut: Haircut all the way to the skin; clean no hair.