Shia Labeouf hairstyles will amaze you! Check out the latest styles and see for yourself what all the buzz is about. From quiff to beach waves, these hairstyles are sure to turn heads.
Shia LaBeouf, the American actor famous for his role in the Transformers series, is not one to shy away from experimenting with his looks.
Over the years, the talented actor has shown the public many different styles be it with his roles or his outfits. The thing that always stood out was his iconic hairstyles. Here’s a look at some of his most memorable hairstyles.
Short Curls With Beard
If you want a more masculine look with short hair then keep your curls short and grow a full beard. Shia LaBeouf here looks absolutely handsome with a full beard and mustache.
If you do plan to go a beard and stache then make sure that you groom it. I cannot stress enough on how important beard grooming is. It can literally make or break your look!
Spiky Hair With Rugged Beard
Shia Labeouf here is rocking a rugged yet modern look with spiky hair on top and slight fades on the sides. This hairstyle goes really well with a rugged beard and stache. You can choose to keep the beard or not, depending on the style statement you want to make. The beard gives a more masculine, rugged look to this hairstyle.
Short Buzz Cut
In a buzzcut, the hair is completely clipped to the head. It is named after the buzzing sound of the device used to create the cut – an electric razor.
In a short buzz cut, the hair is clipped to the shortest length possible, just an inch or two shy of being completely bald.
Typically, people get a buzzcut that is even throughout their head but many also experiment with a side buzzcut while keeping the hair on top of the head a bit longer.
This hairstyle is generally associated with the military and gives a strong masculine vibe.
It is best suited for people with a defined jawline as the hairstyle puts direct focus on the lower part of the face. It is best suited with oval, square, triangle or diamond-shaped faces.
It is a hairstyle that suits everyone and is not limited by hair texture or length.
Short Slicked Back Style
Short Slicked Back Style is a homage to the 50’s famous hairstyle. In this hairstyle, all the hair is ‘slicked’ back with a good amount of hair products like hair gel or promenade. This creates a clean yet stylish look for men.
The great thing about this hairstyle is that it is easily achieved with simple products, a comb, and just your fingers, and nothing more.
To achieve the best look with this hairstyle, it is recommended to have short sides paired with a long top on your head. This helps in creating a profile for your face.
Another great thing about this hairstyle is that it works with all types of hair. Be it thin, thick, straight, or curly. It also works for all types of face shapes whether short or long or round or square.
Short Wavy Cut
As the name suggests, in this hairstyle, the length of the hair is generally short. Usually, this hairstyle would have shorter sides paired with a top that is just a tad bit longer than the sides on the head.
In this hairstyle, the aim is to work with the natural texture of the hair. With the use of hair gel, the texture of the hair is brought out by mussing up the hair with more focus on the top rather than the sides.
This is best suited for those who have naturally wavy hair but can also work with straight hair. For those with straight hair, it would be advised to use a bit of sea salt spray to create a textured feel.
Although this hairstyle works on all face shapes, it is best suited for those with oblong, round, or rectangular faces.
If one has a bigger forehead, it might be useful to avoid this hairstyle as it might exaggerate the forehead and make your face look bigger.
Those with highlights in their hair should give this a go as this would bring out more depth in coloured hair.
Grungy Short Curls
As seen on the actor, this hairstyle involved the hair being tousled to create a grunge-inspired look.
In this hairstyle, the hair can either be combed back with a brush or your fingers while not disturbing the natural texture of the hair. The amount of product it takes to create this look is minimal.
The best way to achieve this look is to take a tiny bit of hair gel, work it up in your hands, and then smooth it through your hair.
The products are not worked into the hair but only to create a little bit of smoothness where there might be frizz.
The hair is then mussed up or tousled to give the hairstyle a free-flowing or ‘just got out of bed’ look.
This hairstyle is best suited for those with curly or wavy hair. Although it can be achieved on all hair lengths, it is best suited for those with shoulder-length or longer hair.
The main aim is to hold on to the natural texture of the hair. Those with square and oblong face shapes can give this a go.
Short Side Part
In this classic hairstyle, the hair is neatly parted into two sections with more hair on one side with a shorter part on the other side.
The hair can either be slicked back on both sides with a good amount of hair product or it can be created with only a little bit of product to maintain a fluffier look on the hair.
For the slick back do, a comb is used to push all the hair down and sidewards with a strong gel that holds it down.
For a more natural look, a small amount of hair gel is taken and applied on both sides while maintaining the natural bounce of the hair without any suppression.
This hairstyle is best for those with medium or thick hair because with thin hair, this do might turn into a greasy look.
This hairstyle would work for almost all face shapes but those with a round face or triangular face might want to skip this one. Square-faced gentlemen would stand to benefit from this hairstyle the most.
This is one of the most iconic hairstyles of the famous actor. As seen in the actor, in this hairstyle, the hair on the top is kept longer with the sides buzzed and a medium-length ponytail completes the look.
The hair on the top is gently mussed up with a small amount of product to keep the natural texture of the hair alive rather than slicking or combing it.
The sides can either be buzzed or completely shaved depending on one’s preference. The ponytail at the end of the hair is tied up, with it being neither too tight nor too loose but a fine balance between the two.
The hairstyle is best suited for those who have hair on the thicker end of the spectrum. People with medium-thick hair can also give this ‘do a go.
Curly-haired or men with wavy hair can easily achieve this look but people with straight hair might need to use texture-creating products on the top to get the look.
This is a unique hairstyle and not everyone’s cup of tea. More than the face shapes one only needs top-notch confidence to make this hairstyle work.
This ponytail hairstyle is one of the classic hairstyles and something everyone can try. To create this hairstyle, all the hairstyle is gathered at the nape of the neck and tied with a hair tie.
One can create many variations of this hairstyle. From a slicked-back ponytail to a more natural and relaxed ponytail, there are many versions of the same hairstyle.
This hairstyle cannot be created with short hair, so one needs at least neck-length hair to have this hairstyle. The best hair length for this hairstyle would be shoulder-length hair.
All hair textures, be they thin or thick can try this hairstyle. If one has thin hair, then one should avoid the slicked-back version of this hairstyle and stick with the more natural variation of the same.
It would be best suited to those with longer necks. People with round or diamond faces would look great with this hairstyle.
This classic hairdo looks good on just about everyone. In this hairstyle, all the hair is piled on top of the head and swept back.
It generally has a curved or rolled shape at the top of the front of the head while the sides are being pushed back. The front is, thus, voluminous with the size slowing receding as the hair goes back.
Some variations might also include short or buzzed sides.
This is best suited for those with diamond, square or oval-shaped faces but it can work for any face type. Those with shorter necks can also give this a try to create the illusion of a longer neck.
The best hair length to create this updo would be short hair with more volume at the top and front of the hair.
The great thing about this hairstyle is all types of hair textures can uphold this hairdo. The only matter to focus on would either be maintaining or creating the desired volume of creating the pompadour.
This concludes the list of the many hairstyles the star has spotted over the years. Be it those who wish for a neat hairstyle or people on the go who wish to maintain a stylish look with minimal time on their hands, this list has a hairstyle for everyone.
You can use this article as a guide to finding many different hairstyles that can enhance your look.
Hey there! I’m Joanne. I’m a hair stylist by the day and a beauty blogger by the night. My hairstyling journey leaped when I started writing blogs on different topics related to the same.