So many hot, high-profile dudes are hanging onto their longer locks that fashion blog Stylelist dubbed it a bona fide trend: the man-bob. Here are a few celebs who are rocking the long locks, for better or worse. Johnny Depp is renowned for showcasing his own, unique style, so you can bet this talented, eccentric actor’s man-bob is more about personal expression than following a trend.
According to Boston.com, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has recently chopped off his flowing locks, probably so as not to compete with those of his supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen.
Ashton Kutcher rose to fame portraying long-haired Kelso on “That 70s Show.” Today, Mr. Demi Moore (and Charlie Sheen replacement on “Two and a Half Men”) is rocking a seriously '70s 'do.
Josh Holloway, who played the super-sexy Sawyer from "Lost," was rocking the man-bob when Johnny Depp was still in the grow-out phase. It suited him as a castaway and now, we can’t imagine him with anything else.
As former “My So-Called Life” heartthrob Jordan Catalano, actor Jared Leto was no stranger to the man-bob. Years later, Leto’s now taking the style to new extremes as the front-man for the band 30 Seconds to Mars.
For a macho megastar, David Beckham (here, in January) has sported more hairstyles than Rihanna. But somehow, he manages to look sexy, not silly.
Brad’s getting a lot of buzz for his recent role in “Moneyball,” but many of his fans might think he’s ready for a buzz cut. How do you prefer Pitt? Shorn or shaggy?
Aussie country-pop star Keith Urban has long rocked his signature shiny locks, almost owing more to Jennifer Aniston’s “Rachel” cut than a conventional countrified mullet. Regardless, it’s a 'do the singer and husband of Nicole Kidman seems unlikely to part with anytime soon.
During Bon Jovi’s high-haired `80’s heyday, guitarist Richie Sambora was frequently spotted rocking a mane that seemed to add several inches to his already imposing six foot frame. As the decades have progressed, Sambora has tamed his tresses into a tighter man-bob.
Arguably the original progenitors of the man-bob, the Beatles’ altered tonsorial standards the world over with thier signature “mop tops” (pictured here in 1963).
Who says a man-bob can't be menacing? Legendary Hollywood hairstylist Paul LeBlanc has worked with the Coen brothers since 2000's "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" When the brothers asked LeBlanc to create a "strange and unsettling" hairstyle for sociopath Anton Chigurh (played by Javier Bardem) for 2007's "No Country for Old Men," the longtime stylist delivered.