Photo Feature from Guantanamo


HAVANA TIMES —Cuban students welcome their summer vacation to cut their hair in the wildest ways, since during the school year fashionable hairstyles are prohibited, especially for boys.

They’re easy to spot with their new designs. Moreover, for those without the money to pay for a haircut there is always the option to exchange cuts with friends.

Here’s a look at some of the styles being worn especially by the young people in the city of Guantanamo, Cuba.


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6 thoughts on “Summer Haircuts and Hairstyles in Cuba

  • It isn’t just Cuba. A majority of Caribbean countries are like this. I live in Jamaica and the strict rules with the school system are exactly the same. Girls in some schools can’t even wear afros.

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