David Beckham has labored his means by means of a plethora of hairstyles throughout his time within the public eye.
From a mohawk to ponytails, cornrows and bleached blonde hair, he’s by no means been afraid to experiment and has grow to be synonymous with edgy dos.
And it appears like the previous footballer, 48, isn’t executed but, after debuting a brand new buzzcut on his Instagram Stories on Sunday.
The star supplied the digicam a critical pose as he stared into the digicam and took a selfie of his new look, which was paying homage to his Manchester United days within the 2000s.
Captioning the photograph, he wrote, “Not much changes, I’m bored of my hair, cut it off,” in a transfer that got here after he gave an interview about his haircuts and admitted he was most ashamed of his cornrows from 2003.
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Old college: The former footballer, 48, has labored his means by means of a plethora of haircuts throughout his time within the public eye (pictured in 2004)
Oh pricey: Last 12 months David talked about his finest and worst hairstyles – particularly his Mohawk and cornrows (pictured in 2003)
Earlier that weekend, David hit the highway with the likes of Leo Messi, Jordi Alba and his son Cruz – sporting the identical haircut as he had in latest months.
Earlier this 12 months, David talked about his finest and worst hairstyles – particularly his Mohawk and cornrows.
The former footballer revealed the one remorse he has: his cornrows he wore previous to assembly Nelson Mandela in 2003.
The sportsman determined to have them executed whereas on vacation in France, however regretted his determination when he met the late South African politician and admitted that nowadays it might be described as ‘cultural appropriation’.
According to The sunhe defined: ‘We were there with family and one of Victoria’s buddies who’s a hairdresser.
“I asked if she could do something with my hair and she said, ‘You want cornrows?’ and I said “Yes. I don’t know what they are. But yes”.
“It was painful to have them done, but I liked them.
“People ask if I regret my haircuts and while I don’t regret it, I do regret the cornrows.
Pre-cut: Earlier that weekend, David went out with the likes of Leo Messi, Jordi Alba and his son Cruz – sporting the same haircut as in recent months
Nice: the star was also joined by Spanish footballer Sergio Busquets
Bad choice? David has revealed the one haircut he regrets: his cornrows he wore prior to meeting Nelson Mandela in 2003 (pictured May 2003)
Floppy: David sported limp blonde hair parted on the side in 1998, pictured here for a commercial shoot
Experimental: His iconic mohawk caused the most trouble in 2000 when his then Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson told him to shave it off in the dressing room as soon as he saw it
All changes: The sportsman rocked a ponytail in 2003
“I had them fitted on Saturday and on Monday I flew to South Africa with the England team for a match.
“I have met the greeting Nelson Mandela. And the image I have of Nelson Mandela is of me holding his hand with cornrows in my hair. That’s my only regret.’
His most controversial look, he says, was his iconic mohawk, which caused the most trouble in 2000 when his then Manchester United manager, Alex Ferguson, told him to shave it off in the dressing room as soon as he saw it.
Speaking to England football coach Gary Neville, David explained, “Probably the mohawk. It wasn’t until the gaffer saw it and he made me shave it in the locker room.
As for his favorite haircut, he also revealed what he thought was his best haircut ever, adding that he would love to do that in a heartbeat.
Referring to his current haircut at the time, he joked, “Except this one?”, earlier than including, “I always loved the skinhead because it was easy, you didn’t have to do anything with it, so I loved the skinhead.” ‘
Meanwhile, it looks like David and his youngest son Romeo will fit in together for a while, after Romeo recently shaved his head.
The superstar, 20, took to Instagram on Thursday and shared a selfie to which David replied, writing: ‘Looking good Romeo’.
Who is who! David Beckham proved himself to be a real fashion icon even in his own residence as his son Romeo selected to repeat his father’s 2001 buzzcut