Taking after his Dad, David Beckham, Brooklyn is fond of a regular change-up when it comes to his hair. He’s had it shoulder length, in a man bun, bleached it blonde, and cut into wet-look curtains, to name handful.
And we’re all for his experiments, even the ill advised ones (let’s face it, ‘braid era Brooklyn’ was not a high point.) Because we’ve all got at least one dark, hairstyle secret lurking around on the interweb somewhere.
In fact, Brooklyn’s current, tousled hairstyle is something of a trend in celeb circles at the moment, with everyone from Lennon Gallagher to Lucas Bravo, Jonathan Bailey and even Paul Rudd opting for differing degrees of the bedhead bonce – a look that was last on trend in the 90s.
And Bedhead 2.0 is a comeback MFH is seriously here for.
- Brooklyn Beckham’s messy textured hairstyle looks simple but it will still take a skilled hairstylist to get the look right.
- The cut has shorter back and sides with more length on top.
- Brooklyn’s hair length looks to be around two inches on top.
- The stylist will need to layer it, which will allow ease of styling.
- As they style it in the salon, ask them to give you a bit of a how-to so you can recreate the look at home.
- Also ask what products they use and how/when to apply.
- Brooklyn Beckham’s messy textured hairstyle is all about the styling products.
- And you will need to use a hairdryer otherwise it’ll just flop.
- Apply fibre cream and matt clay to towel dried hair for shine and hold.
- Then roughly blow dry your hair on medium heat.
- Gently pull the hair up with your fingers as you blow dry it.
- You can also add some volume powder when it’s dry to which’ll boost thickness, texture and add height.
- Run a small amount of matt clay through afterwards, pulling random bits of hair out
- Finish off with some light hold hairspray.
- This is about having fun messing around with the texture and different products and seeing what works best.