With appearances in over 50 TV and film projects with the most consistent being his character portrayal of Loki we have various Tom Hiddleston Hair Styles to pull from and review.
Some of these past and present hairstyles include his,
- Blonde Hair
- Medium Swept Back
- Messy Wavy Hair
- Grown Out Hair
- Dyed Black
Among the cinematic treasures we’ve dug out we have also placed an emphasis on the signature hairstyles he alternates between outside of movie sets.
Tom Hiddleston Hair Type
Tom has a loose wavy hair type which becomes much more apparent at medium length. Loose wavy hair which ranges between 2A – 2B
In addition to this he has a windows peak hairline which is a distinctive V-shape hairline. With medium length hair he sometimes shows it off or subtly covers it.
All Tom Hiddleston Hair Styles (Past & Present)
The ability to be the best-dressed man in the room or perhaps in casual clothes going for a stroll is what makes the quiff ideal, it fits all occasions.
With that being said we get to see Tom demonstrate exactly that as hes constantly seen with the signature hairstyle.
His quiff is symbolic of many things but above all it comes down to the gentleman’s style which is what is says to us!
Contrary to popular belief Tom is a natural blonde who has his hair styled and coloured in multiple ways to portray different characters.
For us normal folk it would be a big deal, for actors though its apart of the job description and something we’ll continually see him do.
He has often alternated between his blonde quiff and blonde permed hair which is a chemical procedure that allows more straight and wavier hair to become curly.
The process of returning back to his hair’s natural shade would be gradual since its been coloured many times already.
Medium Swept Back
In an attempt for a more sophisticated look, we see Tom having his hair at medium length swept back.
The swept back hairstyle is the solution for men wanting to keep things simple and effective which is why this is the perfect medium.
I mean were not even being bias here, look at Oscar Issacs Hair besides Toms swept back look, what caught your eye straight away?
In Toms position we imagine he will use a light weight wax to create a natural shine and hold to last longer throughout the day.
Messy Wavy Hair
The best thing about his messy hair is that we have seen it on his jet-black Loki hair, short, medium, and long lengths.
Messy hair often times creates the illusion of being carefree and unkempt whilst simultaneously being well kept, how can that be possible?
The use of the right product to get a textured finished whilst his beard is well groomed is what creates a contrast but also gives it the finishing touch.
Grown Out Hair
The grown-out hair phase or as we like to call it, grown and sexy! Here we get to see Tom’s hair gain length which completely changes his appearance.
The long length not only works for life outside of work but we have also seen his longer locks dyed in support of his portrayal of Loki (more on that below)
In addition to this were prone to seeing more hairstyles as length provides options and this should be apparent through the images above.
From the imagination of Stan Lee comes Loki, the villain constantly attempting to conquer Earth with his power and a large part of his image is his black hair.
Actors who commit to portraying characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe must undergo a thorough physical transformation which normally includes hair changes.
(Sebastian Stan Long Hair comes to Mind)
His natural blonde hair was turned jet black to be congruent with his character and we’ve had supporters ever since mimicking the style.
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.
Key Take Away: Don’t be scared to try New Styles
All these hairstyles, there’s a lesson in there, get experimental with your own hair!
- A/B test your Haircuts
Whether your inspired by his Loki jet black looks, his curly perm of classic quiff you’re going to need to find out what works best for you!
- 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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