Celebrity Hairstyles That Men Should Definitely Try

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Hairstyles are what top off a person’s overall look.

Women have generally been accustomed to treating their locks with much care and attention almost every season of the year. However, men today seem to have also taken an interest in treating their gorgeous locks the same way women do. There are many sources where men can get inspiration on what hairstyle is perfect for the season.

Men’s grooming expert Diana Schmidtke shares that although fashion runways are the top places where you can find inspiration on how to cut your hair, one of the most convenient and unlikely sources you can find for inspiration is Hollywood.

Get some valuable hair styling tips from some of Hollywood’s top A-list celebrities.

George Clooney’s ‘Mad Men’ Look


Hollywood actor George Clooney is known for his “salt and pepper” hair. However, he is also known for pulling off this ‘Mad Men’ inspired debonair look which is quite easy to do. There are two ways you can achieve this look. The first method is to towel dry your hair leaving it a little damp. Using a comb, sweep your hair back to create the part and work it in a light gel or cream.

For a more natural look, all you have to do is to run your hair through your fingers. Keep it in place by lightly spritzing it with hair spray.

Jared Leto’s Luscious Locks


Long hair works both for men and women. How to pull it off relies solely on how you style it. Hollywood A-lister Jared Leto sported some luscious locks before chopping them off for the role of Joker in the upcoming movie Suicide Squad. What made Leto an object of envy is due to his hair’s color tones.

If you have the hair, all you have to do is to have a good stylist to add that extra color and layers to your long hair.



Josh Duhamel’s Wind Swept Look


Thick and textured hair are quite a handful to manage. Surprisingly, Transformers star Josh Duhamel knows how to tame those unruly locks. To achieve his effortlessly, flawless look, all you have to do is to apply some light product on your hair like cream or clay to dry hair. Do not apply if you have wet hair as the product tends to take away the natural volume.

Eddie Redmayne’s Tamed Tresses


Academy Award winner Eddie Redmayne’s look is specially fit for those men who have a bit of curls on their head. This kind of style focuses just on the front portion of your hair. To tame your tresse, grab some styling cream instead of gels as the curls tend to stick and harden your curls together.




Brad Pitt’s Undercut


To achieve Brad Pitt’s handsome undercut, all you need is to reach for some high shine pomade and use it push back the hair on top of your head.

Jon Hamm’s Effortless Do


Man Men star Jon Hamm’s classicl look is a definite must for men with straight and not too thick hair. To achieve this look, one only has to get some light paste and rub it in your hands to warm it up. And the last finishing step is to rake your hair with your fingers spread slight apart.




Matt Bomer’s Elegant Look


For those men who have longer hair with a bit of curl, you have to have a great talk with your stylist. Schmitdke recommends bringing a photo of this hunky actor to the salon with you so they have a clear cut idea of what you want.

Chris Evans’ Cropped Look


Cropped look for men? This cropped do from Captain American is perfect for men who have thinning hair and really dense hair. For those who opted this look, Schmidtke recommends using putty or clay finish to top off this look.

Zac Efron’s Versatile Hairstyle


Hollywood actor Zac Efron has a penchant for changing hairstyles like the four seasons despite having thick hair with a bit of curl. One of the best ways you can style this kind of hair is by letting it grow out a bit. With a little bit of clay or paste, you can achieve the less polished and wind swept look. But if you are going to the office, use more dense products to put your hair effortlessly  in place.




Find out celebrity inspired hair styles in the videos below:



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