The former Twilight-er turned superhero specialises in working the kind of textured , tousled hairstyles that would look way too ‘IDGAF’ for most of us mere mortals to get away with at work, let alone on a red carpet.
But you can bet he sure as hell has an A-team of high end hair products and a haute hairstylist on speed dial.
Because he’s a man that knows the power of good hair, even when it comes to his onscreen performances.
“I sound so stupid, but in a lot of ways the hair is 75 percent of my performance,” he said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. “So in the second one [Twilight New Moon], I said, ‘Listen, I need to tone down the hair. Let’s make it a little more real, a little bit more…Method.”
So Edward Cullen’s super power was his hair, not the fact that he was a Vampire with eternal life. You read it here first.
- For Robert Pattison’s short cut with texture your stylist will clipper cut the back and sides quite tightly around the ears and up to the middle of the head.
- The top layers are a lot longer, and have been jagged cut for maximum texture, meaning it’s easy to get Robert’s tousled hair look.
- To make it easy to style, you’ll need regular trims so that the texture on the top doesn’t get weighed down as your hair gets longer.
- To style Robert Pattison’s short cut with texture it’s all about the hair being in great condition. And a great texture spray!
- Spritz damp hair with sea salt spray or texture spray.
- Blow dry it forwards from the back of your head, ruffling your hair as you go.
- When it’s dry, use a small amount of pomade or clay – rub it between your fingers first to warm it up – and ruffle it through the front of the hair, picking up pieces of the hair for Robert’s artfully disheveled look.