Star Hairstyles: Hugh Jackman



Hugh Jackman

Hugh Jackman

Drawing inspiration from the hairstyle trends of our favorite stars and celebrities has become a national past time. One such star hairstyle that is emulated by men of all ages is Australian heartthrob Hugh Jackman. His movie star persona, sexy hairstyles and bare-chested sex symbol status has women swooning in the aisles.

To Get The Look
Do the ladies seldom give you a second glance? If that’s the case, take a hair styling lesson from Hugh Jackman, the sexiest man alive. Be forewarned, Hugh’s hairstyle is a total “babe magnet.” So be prepared to take names and cell phone numbers when you show up with this sexy, eye-catching ‘do. To get the look, let’s take it one step at a time; starting with a custom style, cut and shaping.

Let’s Shape It
To get the look; start with a contoured silhouette with mid-length sideburns and tapered neckline, stylishly over the collar. The crown is short to stand up for a tousled look with a few love locks across the forehead to fill in the blank spots. This versatile style cut is combed forward when fresh and brushed back as it grows out, giving you two hairstyles in one. With a few adjustments (tweaks), you can easily find the ideal length and shape for your style.

Let’s Style It
To jumpstart your style, start with a dab of Gillette Flex Gel or Mousse for style support, or nothing at all. Just run through either damp hair and comb in place to dry au natural, or give it a quick once over with a blow dryer for a full, tousled look. To put you in control of your “wild side,” add a dab of Gillette Mess Constructor through the top and sides for a cool chunky look, and you’ve got Hugh Jackman’s sexy star style.

Let’s Add Sideburns
Nothing can reshape a face or add a dramatic look like facial hair. Sideburns, for example, can be full, close, long, short or narrow. This simple addition can make large ears appear smaller, a narrow face wider and definitely add a stylish and artsy look. For Hugh’s look, add close tapered mid-length sideburns, even with the cheek bones, and you’re almost there.

Now, Let’s Color It
Actors change their hair color often for the many roles they play, so dying their hair is no big deal. If your hair has lost its deep, rich hue and is graying around the edge, renew its luster and blend the gray away for a youthful look with Clairol Natural Instincts Five Minute Color. For a totally natural look, choose a shade that matches your eye brow color. To keep it up, the new growth is re-colored every four to six weeks. This extra step will take a few minutes and cost a few bucks but is well worth the price for a stylish youthful look and all the attention you’ll get.
This eye-catching style has everything you’re looking for to put the spot light on you, where it belongs. The contoured silhouette fits the shape of the head perfectly, and looks great from all points of view. This versatile style is combed forward with a few love locks to fill in the corners and brushed back as it grows out, giving you two hairstyles in one. The hair color with natural highlights has put the gray stylishly under cover, and looks so au natural that it will have some wondering “Does he or doesn’t he?” This road tested style is a total “babe magnet.” So be prepared to take names and cell phone numbers when you show up with Hugh Jackman’s sexy, eye-catching ‘do.

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an internationally- acclaimed Hollywood hair stylist, television personality, beauty columnist, consultant to the Motion Picture Industry and award-winning beauty product designer. George has been involved in the design and introduction of many cutting-edge beauty products for both professional and at-home styling. When he's not globe trotting to promote "American Beauty Culture" and his hair styling innovations, George can be found at his hair styling studio on Forman Avenue where he's been helping Toluca Lake residents look great for 40 years. To learn more, visit

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