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Jul 202011 Gossip
 
Hollywood heroes provide a
masterclass in mature style
 
Foxy GentlemenPIERCE BROSNAN: We have to applaud Pierce for his natural grey: he’s got that sexy’ salt and pepper’ thing going on; just a smattering of silver through the sides and darker pieces adding strenght to the look. The designer stubble is a nice addition too, giving the whole look more rugged feel. This is the way to grow old gracefully.
Foxy GentlemenGEORGE CLOONEY: silver hair colour really suits him. He obviously looks after the tones very well, which is very important as grey can look unkempt ang ageing if hair is allowed to grow too long. When grey hair is done right, it can project an image of the discerning gentleman, one which George is the archetype for. A true style icon for mature male.
Foxy GentlemenHARRISON FORD: We love Harrison’s shattered style as it complements the blend of silver and white tones in his hair. More texture and bulk through the front would make him look even better by thickening up the look and stopping the fringe from appearing too sparse and feathery. Overall he still looks suave, and it’s great he’s confident in wearing his natural colour.
Foxy GentlemenVIGGO MORTENSEN: Viggo is a great example of a man wearing silver in a more distinguished way. The cut really emphasises his natural colour and great use of styling products brings out the shine. His colour also perfectly complements his skin tone. The key to carrying off silver hair and keeping it long is to make sur that it is well mantained and perfectly groomed.
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