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.
- 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.