Mark Ruffalo: Short Grey Curly Haircut

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Hulk-smash your style out of the park with Marvel star Mark Ruffalo’s short curly haircut.

MFH says

Hollywood favourite Mark Ruffalo lets his natural texture do the talking with this simple-yet-sophisticated short curly hairstyle.

We love how the A-list actor hasn’t gone too short with the back and sides, either, which gives a softer and more relaxed shape to the look.

If you’re dashingly grey like Mark, consider working a silver shampoo and conditioner into your routine to help counteract any brassiness that can develop.

Oh, and one more thing: curly strands can become quite dry thanks to their shape, so it really pays to show your hair plenty of moisturising TLC. Super(hero) stuff.

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  • For Mark Ruffalo’s short curly haircut, ask for a scissor cut that falls to around collar length at the back.
  • Mark has some length left on top – at least a couple of inches – so your barber can suggest the best approach for your curl pattern.
  • The sides are slightly shorter to create a more streamlined shape, but still long enough to cover the tops of his ears.
  • Your barber may build in layers to create shape and balance out any bulk/weight.
  • To style a short curly haircut à la Mark Ruffalo, start by applying a small amount of nourishing leave-in conditioner or curl cream after rinsing out your usual shampoo and conditioner.
  • Gently towel dry your hair, then work in a few spritzes of sea salt spray or texturising product. Squeeze and twist your curls – again, gently – as you go.
  • Leave your hair to air dry. Or, if you’re blow drying, use a heat-protection product as well as a low-to-medium heat setting to ward off frizz and damage.
  • That might be all you need. After an extra dose of definition or texture? Warm a pea-sized-amount of styling product (like a wax or clay with a matte finish) between your hands, run it through your hair and use your fingers to shape your final look.
  • Freshen up grey hair by using a silver shampoo and conditioner once a week or whenever strands start to look brassy.



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