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If you have not seen the Golden Globes after an afternoon Sunday night football, I will not blame you. But if you opt for one of the biggest entertainment award shows – the only one that celebrates both and Television – you've missed a few cleaning hours.
The men of Hollywood always play the second fiddle to women, but they do not disappoint when it comes to taking care of the next level. Last night was a parade of smooth pines, tall hair, smooth lineups and fewer beards, but more scratches. Here's what you can learn from Hollywood's coolest men.
The Perfect Hair / Beard Relationship: Idris Elba
Idris Elba, the world's most popular Bond Bond, is known for his age-appropriate salt and pepper hair, but usually wears his hair and beard slightly longer than last night , He knows that trimming one is so short you have to trim the other. His short-cut beard is almost as short as the hair on his head, but still tapers to the ears and back. This all-important rejuvenation prevents hair from looking as short as a wreath around his face.
To preserve Elba's appearance, do not try to fade by yourself – use a beard trimmer to maintain the rejuvenation on your sideburns and keep the length on your face in check.
Embrace of Horror: Richard Madden
Richard Madden eventually won his first Golden Globe for his role in Bodyguard where he plays a closely shaven army veterinarian. Last night he looked shaggy, but no less elegant. What really stood out was his natural gray hair, in front and in the middle. Last night more men than ever before had shown their gray hair – perhaps in honor of one of the night's great guests of honor, Jeff Bridges – but no one did it with as much sovereignty as Madden. His hair is so light that it could easily be dyed, but he did not, and we applaud him for that.
If you want Madden's appearance, a matte pomade will give your hair height and texture, but will leave the natural color glowing without extra shine.
The Winter Buzz: Taron Egerton
Kingsmen and Robin Hood Star Taron Egerton was the youngest convert to one of the biggest hair trends of the year: the Winter Buzz Cut. If you cut off your hair, you did something in the summer, but more and more men decide for the whole year. The key is – as here at Egerton – a slightly longer length. A slightly longer harvest is maintenance-free in all seasons and has a high impact. Do not forget to wear a hat.
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Shorter hair in winter means you need to make sure your scalp is healthy and not dried out. Use a scrub for the scalp to exfoliate regularly.
The Best Straight Shave Look: Bradley Cooper
We'll just say the following about Bradley Cooper: The man cleans up well. The actor and director of A Star is Born may have made the method, but it has been a long time since we saw him so shaved. He looks good with a beard, but as more and more men on the red carpet become bearded, Cooper threw a curveball and showed a face with almost no hair.
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For a razor-sharp shave like Cooper's, be sure to use a pre-shave oil to prepare and smooth the coarse hair.
Textured Flat Top: Stephen James
Stephan James, who was nominated for his role in Amazon's Homecoming revealed another major hair trend: the textured, flat top. The style is retro style, the skin fades and is tight as a class flat top. Nevertheless, it is still modern, as the top remains textured and natural rather than square. We love this style because it helps to lengthen the face and flatters almost anyone. (Of course, it's helpful if you're as handsome as James.)
Want James? Look? To create a definition in your hair and highlight the natural texture without weighing it down, use a water-based hair balm instead of a gel.
Strong Scruff: Justin Hartley
While fewer men weighed beards last night, Justin Hartley of This Is Us made strong arguments for the scratch. Its perfectly cut, short scratch underlines the chin line and gives it a younger look that does not seem out of place at a formal event. The fact that it was so well cut and short prevented it from looking messy.
If you want a Hartley look, a beard trimmer with multiple settings ensures that you always get the perfect length.