Sam Worthington Short Hairstyles

Photo of Sam Worthington short hairstyle.
Sam Worthington hairstyle.

Sam Worthington is an Australian actor who was actually born in Surrey, England. He was born with the name Samuel Henry J. Worthington on 2 August, 1976. Worthington was active in Australian film for over a decade before he caught the attention of Hollywood. Recently he has starred in such films as Terminator Salvation, Avatar, and the recent remake of the film, Clash of the Titans. Here, we are going to look at Sam Worthington hairstyles.

Picture of Sam Worthington buzz cut hairstyle.
Sam Worthington buzz cut hairstyle.

Image of Sam Worthington buzz cut in Clash of the Titans.
Sam Worthington buzz cut in Clash of the Titans

Sam is a man who likes to keep his hair short. However, he is open to different cuts and style techniques that fall in the short hair range. In the movie Terminator Salvation and Clash of the Titans, he wore his hair in a buzz cut style that was created using a #3 guard. The sides and back were tapered slightly.

Pic of Sam Worthington hairstyle.
Sam Worthington crew cut hairstyle

For the movie Avatar, he had a crew cut in order to stay in the character of a military man. This is a very simple style that requires little to no maintenance until the hair has grown out some. To keep this style for more than a month or so, the hair must be cut fairly often.

Photo of Sam Worthington shor formal hairstyle.
Sam Worthington short textured hairstyle

More recently, he has been seen with his in a style that has been called short formal. The hair is layered and the ends are razor cut to provide added texture. To vary the style, he can add wax and pull the hair into spikes with his fingers or he can simply let it lie where it will for a slightly messy look. Brushing the hair forward and straight produces a hairstyle that any professional man would be glad to wear to work in his office.

For even more variation, Sam has let his whiskers grow to about three or four days’ growth. He can maintain this level of facial hair using a standard beard trimmer with the right guard.

 

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