Now You See Me 2 is a movie I’ve just seen a couple of days ago and I thought it would be interesting to analyze some of the hairstyles I’ve seen in it, because there was potential. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, I would recommend you to watch it one of these evenings, to see what I’m talking about! Whether are they illusions or real, let’s see the hairstyles actors in this movie adopted:
Jesse Eisenberg, one of the “horsemen” is the adept of a simple, classic and tidy haircut. In the new movie he went for a haircut I haven’t seen in a while: an equally cut one with no shorter or faded parts, coming naturally on his diamond shaped face. I believe it fits him well, but I wouldn’t say it’s the best choice. What do you think?
I think I’d rather go for his previous hairstyle when his curly locks were given the freedom to play in the air. I think both of these haircuts fit perfectly a diamond shaped face, a shape that’s so hard to find a haircut for. At least there’s a pro.
Dave Franco is rocking the stages with his shaved hair, making this simple, boring haircut look so cool and stylish! I think the physic helps him too, but this is anyway a haircut anyone can go for and the good part is you can enjoy the freedom and spare a lot of time!
Daniel Radcliffe is now a literally grown up and he’s got the look to show this off! He’s wearing a nice, elegant and classic side sweep with shorter sides and longer middle part – a haircut I personally like and I find it very elegant itself and fit to any occasion.
Mark Ruffalo is proudly showing his curls in a simple undercut with a slightly longer fringe swept over one side. I would have styled it more for this elegant event so that it would match the suit. You can do this yourself by adding some hair wax in your hands and play with it in your hair, styling it in any way you like it better!
Speaking of elegant looks, here’s Henry Lloyd-Hughes with a veeeery stylish one, proving us what a little patience could do with a simple haircut. Simply style all your hair with some hair wax or gel, comb it over the head and make sure you add as much hair spray as needed to hold your hair like this all night. This hairstyle kind of makes me think of some latino vibes and I simply love it!
As for the Asian public we have Jay Chou with a personalized surfer look, half messy, half straightened coming over the forehead, making it look like sort of a fringe. I find this hairstyle very interesting and it fits him very well.
Morgan Freeman has always managed to surprise us through his attitude rather through his haircuts. But most of the times the attitude beats the haircut, so no matter what hairstyle does he go for, he will always look good because he shows he feels good. I really enjoy the contour of the haircut that highlights his face in an elegant way.