Actor Profile: Tom Holland
Tom Holland is an English actor and dancer. Best known for playing Spider-Man in the Marvel Universe. He has starred or co-starred as the character in five films: Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, and Spider-Man: Far From Home
Clearly Tom is very much a man of the moment and his look and the way he takes care of him self has obviously come to the forefront as he’s gotten slightly older and more man like.
I personally love the elegance of his hair and how even as its grown out and got slightly longer it still sits very nicely on him, he just seems to switch up the products, something with a little more hold and slightly more shine.
I were to cut his hair I would square layer it through the back and sides but graduating the hair line so that it doesn't sit puffy just over the ear and at the neck, then as it grows out it allows for the sides to be pushed back far easier. By then also leaving the hairline very soft, so only cutting it with scissors as opposed to putting in a harsh line with the mini trimmers it allows the haircut to grow out a lot softer and in a more natural state.
Toms hair rarely ever sits super groomed or really manicured but does sit into the correct shape so will require to be dried into position. When shorter and sitting into a more natural shape I would work some sort of paste into towel dried hair working it the whole way from root to tip. Then I would use a hairdryer without a brush and just fingers concentrating on the flatness through the sides first then towards the crown and finally the front where you blosdry that up separating it with your fingers. And done! If done correctly it should sit greasy but in a soft held position.
When it gets longer he seems to wear it with a slightly more shiny product which has a little bit more hold. With this its not an absolute necessity to put something in pre blow-dry; I'd work the hair all back focussing on mailing sure the scalp is dry first so that it doesn't take too long to get fully dry. Then applying some sort of gel, like the Baxter's gel you can work this through the hair and set it into place.
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