In fact, it’s a slightly more polished, grown-up version of this longer, curly style he had a couple of years back.
By embracing his natural texture and not trying to tame it too much, Timothée has hopefully influenced more men blessed with curls to enjoy their hair the way it is.
Of course, there’s no doubt that maintaining and styling curly hair can be a challenge – which is why so many blokes get it all cut off.
But as Timothée’s lustrous bonce proves, if you invest a little time and TLC, those curls will seriously reward you.
- If you’re blessed with curls and want Timothée Chalamet’s medium length, curly hairstyle make sure you go to someone who truly understands and has experience with curly hair.
- Before letting your stylist loose with their scissors, discuss exactly what will work for your hair type and face shape.
- And discuss how easy it will be to style – because if you genuinely want a wash and go look, they may need to cut it in a slightly different way so that it looks as good air-dried as blow dried.
- Take photos of styles you like and also get your stylist to show you pictures of what they have in mind, too, so that you’re both on the same page.
- Timothée’s haircut has length on the top, is shaped slightly into the neck and is a little shorter at the sides.
- Your hair at the sides needs to be a bit longer than earlobe length – as it’ll spring up when it’s dry – and around around collar length at the back.
- To aid styling and to stop it looking too ‘mushroom-shaped’ Timothée’s stylist would have thinned it out a little throughout and added in some layers, especially at the top.
- The key to styling Timothée Chalamet’s medium length, curly hairstyle ? It’s all about working with, and bringing out the curl, not suppressing it.
- Don’t brush it or run your fingers through it too much because you’ll risk giving it a fluffy-looking texture.
- Don’t shampoo too often – try and get away with as little as 1-2 times a week if possible.
- Use shampoos with as few nasty chemicals as possible. And always use conditioner.
- Gently towel dry your hair by patting it, not rubbing as that = frizz. You can even wrap it in an old cotton T-shirt while you’re shaving and cleaning your teeth and let that soak up excess moisture.
- When your hair is wet, use a mandarin-sized blob of a volumising mousse and apply evenly through the roots of your hair.
- Blow dry your hair on medium heat and a slow speed using a diffuser. That spreads the airflow and helps your curls maintain a nice structure.
- Very gently and loosely scrunch the hair as you’re drying it.
- At the front, push your hair a little to one side and use your fingers to push the fringe up slightly.
- Then get a 5p amount of medium-hold paste or clay.
- Warm it between your hands first then gently run it through your hair to give it more of a finished look.