Buzz Cut

A buzz cut, induction cut or wiffle is a very short unisex haircut. The cut is usually performed using hair clippers. The sides are cut closely and the top is either shaped or cut to the same short length. It is mostly used to make one look douchey.

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Just The Facts

  1. Floyd's City Barber Shop in Mount Airy was said by the Reader's Digest to be the best place in the USA for a buzz cut in 2006.
  2. Mostly worn in the dull years of a celeb's career to signify maturity. (Case in point : Justin Timberlake / Tom Cruise)
  3. In many countries, armed forces recruits are given buzz cuts when they enter training, originally to prevent the spread of lice.

Buzz cut : The Early Years

In the 80's and 90's, the bold Sinead O'connor, popularized the buzzed look for young women. In Seattle during the 1990s, the haircut was made popular by Seattle Mariners player Jay Buhner (though, in reality, Buhner sported a totally bald, shaved head). The haircut was known as the Buhner buzz cut. Fans could get a buzz cut and receive free tickets to a game. Coach Buzzcut is the name of the gym coach in Beavis and Butt-head. Despite his name, he has a crew cut, not a buzz cut. Other celebrities noted for wearing their hair in this way included author Susan Powter.

Dunno who she is but thts what google came up with.

Buzz Cut : The Later Years

Now it either makes you look douchey, scary or completely nuts.

The actresses Sigourney Weaver, Lori Petty, Eleanor Parker, Demi Moore, Vanessa Redgrave, Robin Tunney, Natasha Wightman, Natalie Portman and Mena Suvari have had their long hair clipped off for movies. Pop star Britney Spears shaved her head in 2007 on camera. Season Six American Idol contestant Chris Richardson has helped to bring the buzz cut back to network television.

If you still want to get a buzz cut, you 're a moron.