It’s nice to know that there are some celebrities who hold a torch for the hairstyles of old. Choosing to sport the classic cuts that never go out of fashion, they enable the modern return of the old-school do’s favoured by the classic actors, singers and entertainers.
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Here are five celebrities who represent their classic haircuts on the world stage.
The king of suave, George Clooney always rocks his classic slicked back, perfectly groomed hairstyle. He also keeps it famously real by forgoing hair dye and staying with the au natural salt-and-pepper colour. Widely regarded as one of the world’s most prolific ladies men, his hairstyle reflects the effortlessly cool personality the world has come to know.
The star of hit show White Collar, Matt Bomer’s classic hair pretty much has its own following. His short back long top crop with a windswept fringe is reminiscent of the young rebel actors in old-school cinema. It’s a great haircut for any occasion, and Matt complements his rugged but suave style by having just a hint of rough stubble. It may need regular trims, but it’s certainly a versatile cut to sport.
Nobody quite rocks the quiff like Star Trek actor Zachary Quinto. His jet black do is always perfectly plumped up and slicked to perfection, which accompanies his statement eyebrows. Quinto has such unique facial features that he could probably pull off the most radical of hairstyles, but the old-school quiff accompanies his style perfectly, as he tends to dress very sharply.
Just like his portrayal of Jay Gatsby, Leo favours the neat and tidy side part. Luckily for Leo this doesn’t require much maintenance – just a good set of hair gel, an evenly spread comb and the odd trim every few weeks! He also uses subtle facial hair to complete the classic look.
Ryan has a short do that he option chooses to simply brush straight back instead of bothering with a part – turning this funny man into an old school crooner. This is a really easy and fuss free hairstyle that exudes class and character. It’s also one that works with extremely short sides, only needing a little more thickness on the top to be able to brush it back.
Most old-school hairstyles (excluding the mullet) are timeless, and are perfect if you’re going for the classy, smouldering look. They require fairly minimal effort and regular trimmings, and the result will stand out amongst the sea of radical cuts that modern men seem to favour! Plus, if some of the world’s most prolific men seem to have continual success with these hairstyles, they must have some merit!
What are some of your favourite celebrity hairstyles?
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