Sam Worthington’s Hair: Classic Crew Cut

He strikes MFH as the kind of bloke who’d rather be surfing than styling his barnet, so Aussie actor Sam Worthington’s hair is the perfect look for a man who’d rather cut back on mirror time and hair products.


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Why We Love It:

Aussie Actor Sam Worthington’s hair in this fresh-looking, classic crew cut, is like the white T-shirt of hairstyles: simple, timeless, and universally flattering.

His rugged features and strong jawline are accentuated by the clean lines of the cut, and it’s a low-maintenance winner too – no muss, no fuss, just wash and go.

It might look simple, but the crew cut is a game-changer. It suits nearly every face shape and is versatile enough for both boardroom meetings and casual weekends. Got a wild cowlick or unruly hair? The crew cut tames it all.

And, bonus, if you have thinning hair, this style can make it less noticeable if you’re feeling self-conscious.

It’s a surefire way to look sharp and feel confident without spending ages in front of the mirror.

What To Ask Your Barber:

  • In classic crew cut style, Sam Worthington’s hair is shorter at the sides and a little longer at the top.
  •  Using clippers, the barber would start with a shorter guard (usually a #2 or #3) to trim the sides and back evenly.
  • They’d blend the hair smoothly from the lower part up towards the top to avoid harsh lines.
  • Your barber will switch to scissors to cut the top, leaving the hair longer than the sides, typically about an inch.
  •  For a seamless transition between the sides and top, the barber would blend the hair using clippers again with a longer guard or scissors-over-comb technique.
  • Then it’s all about cleaning up the hairline and around the years with a razor for a sharp, clean finish.

Get The Look

  • Sam Worthington’s hair really is wash’n’go!
  • However, even with a classic crew cut it’s still a good idea to take care of your hair in case you want to grow it out to a longer style in the future.
  • Try and wash it no more than two-three times a week.
  • If you’re a regular gym goer, you can use dry shampoo in between washes to freshen it up.
  • To maintain scalp health and to help prevent dandruff, it’s a good idea to use a scalp scrub once every 2-3 weeks.
  • If you want to amp up the texture of your hair, use a small amount of product, like pomade or gel, to add a bit of texture and hold.
  • Warm up a tiny amount in your hands first, then run it through your hair and use it to get a tousled look.
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