The Venice Film Festival Has All The Best Spring Haircuts
It’s only the second day of spring, and we’re already looking to the best warm weather grooming moves from men around the world. And there are quite a few. (Mainly because summer has just come to an end in the US, but also because it has just been an all-round good year for grooming).
This week, at Italy’s Palazzo del Cinema, the goodness continued with a slew of Tinsel Town’s leading men coming in strong with the bro flows we've been craving since Bradley Cooper's locks in A Star Is Born.
So read on to see the most well-groomed legends at the Venice Film Festival and what it means for your spring haircut strategy.
Long hair looks great tucked behind both ears. Long hair looks doubly great tucked behind both ears when it’s expertly layered, veiled in the perfect weight wax, and sitting on top of Brad Pitt's face.
It's OK if you want to hold onto your summer buzzcut for fall, winter, and maybe forever! Just get your fall grooming fix with a mustache like Anthony Mackie did.
When your hair is this dark, and your jawline is this square, your haircut can be all fuzzy and out of focus and it still looks clean cut.
The French are cool. If the French think that hair gel is back, then hair gel is back. Hair gel is back, you guys.
This curly crop is a little bit Beatles circa Sgt. Pepper's, a little bit Bob Dylan, and just looks absolutely great with a loud shirt and loafers.
The hair goddess descended on Venice Film Festival to remind us that letting a dye job grow out naturally is a look, a vibe, a choice of its own.