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.
- 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.