Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt changes his look more than most men change their freaking socks. But then again, Pitt isn’t most men. The A-lister has graced the covers of GQ, Esquire and has been declared to be the “Sexiest Man Alive,” not once, but twice by People magazine. He has been a constant target of the tabloids for decades, but I have yet to see an unflattering picture of Mr. Pitt. Seems like every time I catch the actor on a talk show, he’s sporting a new ‘do. Whether he is rocking a mountain man look or a buzz cut, Pitt always looks fabulous and always demands attention. As recently as this past summer, the man of many hairdos was walking the streets with a ponytail. In September he cut off those luscious locks and went short once again. It is his uncanny ability to own every hair cut he receives which makes him a style icon and many men attempt to emulate the Oscar winner. Below are a few Brad’s looks that we have seen throughout the years.
Before he hit it big, Brad was just another struggling actor, but with that face and his dreamy locks he was destined for stardom.
Although the film ‘Johnny Suede’ was forgettable, Brad’s pompadour was the star of the movie.
A younger and less famous Pitt sported a dirty blonde shag cut for no particular reason. I believe I had the exact same haircut around the same time.
Brad spiked things up for his role in ‘Fight Club’ and included highlights. This look sparked a trend in men’s hair which some men are still holding onto.
Looking more like a rock star than an actor, he grew his hair out for the 1994 blockbusters “Interview With a Vampire” and “Legends of the Fall.”
Seeing if the myth was true that blondes have more fun, Pitt went extreme blonde and short on us in 2005. Some loved it, some hated it, but it didn’t last too long before he returned to his natural color.
In 2008 Brad got “shagalishes” as did everyone and their brother. One of the rare times when Brad followed a trend rather than setting one.
Slicked backed as hard as cement, Brad attempted to tame his long hair and quite successfully if you ask me.
For the the film that caused the split from Jennifer, “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” Pitt got buzzed and clean shaven just in case you had forgotten what he looked like.
To be honest, I never understood the Grizzly Adams look, but surprisingly Brad Pitt pulled it off.
At the 2014 SAG Awards, Brad took center stage as as he sported buzzed sides and longer top.
Short or long, blonde or brunette, clean shaven or with a goatee, Brad Pitt can get away with just about anything and still retain his sex-appeal.
Brad went short again this past summer to the delight of 85% of his fans. Will it last? Only Pitt can answer that.