Good volume, textured, defined and effortless are just some of the things we associate with Chase Stokes Hair.
In his short career in TV and Film hair and make up departments have placed him in a variety of styles such as,
- Comb Over
- John B Hair (Curtains)
- Medium Length
- Brushed Back
- Long Hair
Our editorial highlights his signature hairstyles along with a gallery of other styles he alternates between!
Here are the Best Chase Stokes Hair
Some roles require actors to physically change whether that be body or hairstyle and in this case it was Chase’s long hair which had to go.
Having been recruited as one of the many actors in the movie Valiant we see Chase starring as a US solider who’s been involved in a helicopter crash.
Now why is that important to note? Well, when’s the last time you saw a male solider with long hair. So, to be congruent with the role Chase had his hair trimmed.
Short, formal and to the point! Will we see more of this look on the actor outside of TV and Film? We hope so, for now we can appreciate how he pulled it off.
The comb over has multiple variations it can be styled in with one of the most popular being the hard part comb over, Chase’s however is in its own league.
The beauty of the look is the ability to have it combed to the left or right which is does both ways on medium length hair.
In addition to this his side part his not as apparent as someone with shorter hair since his signature hairstyles tend to be longer, therefore it makes the part less visible.
John B Hair (Curtains)
In the Netflix series Outer Banks is a chain a barrier islands located off the coast of North Carolina which would explain the island/beach vibe of john B Hair.
In the show John B’s hair is layered with the use of some highlights to create contrast between the ends and roots of his hair.
Within the series Chase Stokes portrays the character who has a messy curtains hairstyle which is simply meant to be congruent with his character and the island environment.
Contrary to popular belief that you can solely rely on your fingers to recreate this look is a myth, invest in good hair products!
Chase Stokes Hair at Medium Length
At this length Chase’s hair has been experimented in different hair colours and styles whilst also being the foundation for his current look.
Whether it be his pitch black hair or his brunette hair with highlights were able to see how his medium length can morph in other styles.
Disclaimer: Applying any sort of chemical to your hair is a very risky job as this can lead to breakage or thinning if not done correctly, therefore we always recommend you use a professional.
The year is 2022, its Vanity fair Red-Carpet time and we get to see a more sophisticated Chase with his hair combed backwards.
Were more prone to seeing the actor in his signature messy curtains hairstyle from the outer banks’ john b look, more formal events and its slicked back time!
Since his hair tends to be at medium length more often when combed backwards it won’t lay down as flat as someone with shorter hair.
Hair out of his profile means were able to focus on his facial features, stubble, jaw line and eyes being the things that stand out.
Our archive includes many variations of Chase’s long hair, ponytails, shoulder length, curled ends and with highlights.
The options are endless and we love that for him, I mean were a bit jealous but we can have hair envy until we reach those lengths!
If your hair is thicker then make sure to ask your hairstylist to take some weight out to give it some movement, this is the secret to his bleach flowy hair!
Use a pomade to define your natural waves and let it air dry or blow dry, whatever suits you best!
Key Take Away: Don’t be scared to try New Styles
Sure Chase has the access to the best hair and makeup professional since as an actor however that doesn’t mean you can’t emulate these hairstyles
- A/B test your Haircuts
Whether your inspired by his John B hair which is the free flowy beach look, the classic comb over or his quiff we suggest you try them all.
- Select the Best Products
Product selection comes down to ensuring what you use is best for your hair type. If you’re unsure ask your barber or hairstylist.
- Be Consistent
Once you’ve gone through the trouble of growing your hair for months, testing what works and what doesn’t you will eventually have your style, good! Now rock the look like you own it!
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