India’s popularity of the hairstyle, known as the “cesar haircut,” is growing in popularity with celebrities and people with cuticles who are happy to be seen with a haircut.
In India, the haircuts are seen as “fashionable” and “cool,” and many people wear them to party or go out for a walk, and they are seen in magazines as part of a stylish look.
The “carlatans” are also known as “caviar” because of the caviar dye they contain, according to the Times of India.
People often ask the stylist about the “cuticle” on their head, the Times said.
In January, actress Sachin Tendulkar wore a “cavalatans style” for a photo shoot in New York, which has become a fashion trend.
“I like the way the hair is cut,” she said.
“It’s really soft and it’s not messy, and it looks natural.
I like that it’s a style that people like to wear.”