(It was for a role FYI).
But now the star has become bored with (nearly) bald and grown it out into this fun, textured short hairstyle.
Which he has also dyed dark brown – something MFH is less of a fan of.
Why? RDJ would totally rock the salt’n’pepper vibe. And it’d suit him way more than this artificial chestnut…
- After Robert Downey Jr’s dyed crew cut with low fade ?
- The hair is longest on the top of the head – Robert’s hair looks to be around half an inch – and is graduated in length from the crown to the hairline.
- The hair at the back and sides is tapered to be slightly shorter than the hair on top.
- Ask for a low fade to be done with a small section around the ears, to streamline the cut.
- Or you could go for a more extreme fade – but that’s something to discuss with your hairstylist.
- Robert Downey Jr’s dyed crew cut with low fade is a wash and go, look if you’re time poor.
- Or you can play with the texture a little like Robert.
- If you’re all about texture, spritz a texture volume spray from roots to ends on damp hair.
- Then use a small amount (no bigger than a pea intially) of firm hold wax, clay or pomade when the hair is dry.
- Warm it between your fingers first, then tousle your hair with it.
- And push the hair upwards with the wax to give it a bit of lift at the front like Robert’s.