Luke Evans: Crew Cut With Texture

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Cool and stylish, just like the man himself, Luke Evans’ crew cut is a classic staple on every barber’s menu.

MFH says

Although he’s one of the many actors rumoured to be the next Bond, this  Luke Evans crew cut definitely doesn’t shake or stir us. Despite the fact that it’s a classic, timeless hairstyle.

But it’s not the cut, however –  it’s that we prefer him to have a softer look with a little more length to flatter his features.

We do, however, approve of the hints of salt and pepper speckling his bonce. He’s clearly heard there’s a grey-naissance going on. And we’re here for it!

That’s not to say he doesn’t spend a lot of time on his hair. He admitted to GQ last year that he gets his hair cut at least twice a month.

“When I’m working on a movie, I am not allowed to cut my hair, so it’s great when I’m out of contract and I can go to a nice hairdresser and get it cut. When my hair is sharp and short, I go to my local Turkish barbershop in Dalston. They know exactly what they’re doing and it looks great,” he said.

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  • For this short cut, the hair is slightly longer on the top of the head, and is graduated subtly down from the crown to the ears.
  • If you want to make this more on trend, you can ask for a fade. Best to discuss with your barber what would suit you best.


  • Time-poor? You can just wash and go.
  • Or like Luke, you can add a little product to highlight the texture.
  • Use a small amount of firm hold wax or putty and warm it between your fingers first.
  • Then apply to dry hair with your fingers and tousle it a little.



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