Leonardo DiCaprio's Hairstyle

An ode to the evolution of Leonardo DiCaprio’s hairstyle (and his life so far)

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  • And what a life it's been

    He shot to fame in Romeo + Juliet and is still one of the world’s most successful actors, yet his real passion today lies in campaigning to save the planet. We take a look at his changing career, alongside the evolution of Leo’s golden locks.

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s Hairstyle Through The Ages

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s hairstyle in the 90s

    Leonardo DiCaprio's Hairstyle

    From the floppy locks of his first major cinematic performance, Romeo and Juliet, to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, the nineties catapulted Leo from childhood fame to teen heart-throb with this golden tousled crown.

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s hairstyle in the early noughties

    Leonardo DiCaprio's Hairstyles

    Sported by fellow male celebrities such as David Beckham, Justin Timberlake and Wentworth Miller, Leo went bold and brave with the buzz cut in the early 2000s.

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s hairstyle in the 2010s

    Leonardo DiCaprio's Hairstyles

    Entering adulthood meant a more sophisticated look for Leo as he landed award-winning roles in films such as Wolf of Wall Street and The Great Gatsby.

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s hairstyle – the hipster look

    Leonardo DiCaprio's Hairstyles

    Some said mid-life crisis, others attributed it to his new role in The Revenant, but as 2014 rolled around, Leo ditched his impeccable hair for the bearded hipster look, rocking the very on-trend man-bun and untamed facial hair.

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s hairstyle looking Oscar-worthy

    Leonardo DiCaprio's Hairstyles

    Surely a nomination in the most prestigious film awards would bring back Leo’s sleek do? Of course it did, appearing next to BFF Kate Winslet with his classic, sophisticated slicked back trim, even his hairstyle was worthy of an Oscar that night.

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