Requiring minimal maintenance, the French crop is a fuss-free cut that’s still flexible enough to be tweaked to taste.
Hair is cut very short through the back and sides, while leaving the hair on top slightly longer (a couple of inches at most) – the ‘crop’ part of this style’s name comes from the top section’s choppy, textured finish.8o
As for the front hairline, you can either have your fringe cut short and neat or keep some length for styling forward across the forehead.
Classically masculine, the French crop suits guys of any age and face shape. Round faces, for example, will benefit from especially short, sharp sides and plenty of texture through the top section to add some height; meanwhile, it’s better to frame longer faces with longer sides (which will add width to balance) and a slightly flatter top section.
How To Style
To style the French crop, you can apply product to damp or dry hair. For a shiny, glossy finish apply to damp hair for a matte finish apply to dry hair.