Nineties hairstyles are back in a big way – and Dead to Me actor Sam McCarthy definitely got the memo. We like the long grown-out layers, but Sam’s dyed blonde locks are little too grungy for MFH’s liking.
We love how Gen Z are embracing 90s hairstyles and this look feels very Kurt Cobain. Style hair with matte clay and texturising powders to add grit and texture. This layered cut looks best on hair that is straight, although those with waves could make it work too.
- For Sam McCarthy’s 90s, long hairstyle you’ll want to ask your barber for a layered scissor cut.
- If you prefer, you could ask your barber or stylist to shape hair around the face.
- Sam’s cut sits above the shoulders – it’s grown-out but still looks like it’s been professionally styled.