From Brad Pitt in those Chanel No. 5 ads to post-Demi Ashton Kutcher, The Let it Grow has become masculine again. But beware of the Fabio; letting the length go past your shoulders will leave you looking like the cover of an old romance novel. “It’s a hard haircut to achieve because it takes a while to grow,” says Medico. “But once there, it is low maintenance.”
Do it if: Your hair is straight, medium, or thick.
Put the scissors down if: Your hair is fine.
Ask your barber to: Do nothing, more often. Stop by every 8-10 weeks until you’re looking like Brad.
How to pull it off: Towel dry, and apply a small amount of product, like Jack Black Sleek Finish Texture Cream, ($17) to minimize unwanted pouf.
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