For a man who has been famous for three decades, we’ve seen Colin Farrell swing through bald heads and buzz cuts, high buns and goatee, shoulder-length hair, and, like he used to say In style, “the disgusting hairstyle I put at the center of a $150 million movie.” It’s probably safe to consider a pair of scissors a staple in his toolbox.
(“I’ve done every style for Colin, from military buzz, to long, bohemian hair for his acting projects,” says his hairstylist Sacha Quarles told GQ back in 2017. “He’s really cool with changing his look, which always helps.”)
Through all those hair changes, a wave of Farrell appeared for several years is the stretchy headband he tries to wear with both the boldness of a middle-aged David Beckham when he hits the ball, and the devilish comfort of a pre-politic Matthew McConaughey when he walks the miles. on the beach. In that sense, consider headbands as the unofficial accessory of famous men of the early 21st century. However, unlike many of his peers, Farrell has proven to be a staunch follower of fashion. the headband through styles, even rocked one as recently as this past weekend: some stretchy cerulean, which he wore during a stage appearance in Palm Springs for the new movie his best, Inisherin’s Bansheesthis happens too a movie about Colin Farrell’s beauty in sweaters.
Trash aside, headbands, when used responsibly, are primarily a practical tool: if you’re lucky enough to have a haircut that gets in your way during strenuous activity, then sometimes just a headband is enough. Farrell wears them when he runs, he wears them when he goes to the airport, he wears one while attending the Beijing premiere of Batman via Zoom, and last summer, he even wears one plaid with green, white and orange stripes of the Irish flag while grocery shopping in LA. Erin goes bragging, honey!