So it was a shame to see that Noah’s hair is now cropped really short (he shaved it off fully in around August last year).
But he may have some regrets as he told an ET Online reporter at the premiere of The Recruit that he’s “Thinking about growing it out.”
He went on to say: “Oh, it’s curly as hell now,” he said. “I don’t know what happened, now my hair is all curly. You can’t see it now, but it is.”
Given that a couple of years ago he admitted to James Corden on The Late Late Show, “I have this secret aspiration where I actually want to be able to do a man bun because I’ve never done it before,” perhaps this could be his 2023 hair goal.
Though MFH hope he sticks with the growing back the look he has in the first two images – nothing beats a slightly tousled curl IMHO.
- Noah Centineo’s naturally short, thick, curly hairstyle is probably best achieved if your barber uses the scissor over comb method, rather than clipping.
- Noah’s hair is slightly longer at the top, but his stylist will have cut the weight out of it to ensure his curls don’t ‘mushroom out’.
- It is sightly shorter at the sides and is cut just above the ears with small sideburns.
- The hair has a little length at the back for a softer look.
- Noah Centineo’s naturally short, thick, curly hairstyle is a great look if you want to embrace your natural curls/waves.
- Wash and condition hair using nourishing products that encourage shine.
- Use a nourishing deep conditioner once a week to keep the frizz/fluff at bay.
- If you want to wash and go, spritz some sea salt spray on it, and give it a bit of a scrunch as it dries.
- Or use a hairdryer on a low heat, and gently brush the hair forward at the top and sides as you dry it.
- When dry, rub a pea-sized amount of matt clay, wax, pomade – whatever you like best in your hair – between your fingers.
- Then tousle your hair with it to enhance the texture.