The 20 best David Beckham hairstyles and haircuts
Born to a hairdresser, the football legend has gone on to become one of the biggest fashion icons in the world partly due to his haircuts.
Let’s admit it. No other footballer has been the trendsetter when it comes to haircuts quite like David Beckham. While his place among the greatest football players might be debatable, David Beckham's reputation as one of the most stylish footballers cannot be questioned. From photo shoots to advertisements and endorsements, Beckham has been all over the place and has now truly cemented his place in the fashion world. Given that he has to go through rigorous pieces of training and exercises, he still manages to look good on the football field. He has been one of the few celebrities to pull off every look under the sun and still manages to carry it off. Now that he’s a father, he still remains as one of the true fashion icons and continues to set new trends.
For the former Manchester United midfielder, grooming has been his topmost priority as he is followed widely on social media. Beckham's hairstyle have now become an exclusive topic of discussion for fans all over the world.
Here’s a look at David Beckham’s top 20 hairstyles throughout the years
#20 Mid-length preppy do
This haircut might not be neat and professional but does not fail to give Beckham the bad boy look. The footballer dyed his hair brown and was one of his best haircuts. This hairstyle was sported during his days with LA Galaxy.
#19 Soft spikes
The soft spikes haircut was one of Beckham’s most funky ones. While dying was not a big thing for men back then, David Beckham made a bold move by bleaching his outgrown hair. The razor-cut edges and well-trimmed ends give Beckham an accurate and a sharp look.
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#18 The Mini-Ponytail
Beckham pulled off this hairdo when he joined Real Madrid from Manchester United for a staggering fee of £35 million back then. He had long hair and kept 2 ponytails to keep away his hair from his face. Beckham was the first footballer to pull off this kind of a look.
#17 Beachy long waves
David Beckham wanted to show he could pull off any look and did it this time with long hair. It was in the year 1998 when Beckham dyed his hair Blonde with darker roots giving him the ‘Kurt Cobain’ look.