Best and worst man-buns in footballJune 11, 2020
We thought the man-buns trend is over but it’s actually not because just recently we spotted Ronaldo with this trend and we’re pretty sure we’re going to see a lot more of the hairstyle this year.
Let’s check out some of the best and worst man-buns in football.
1.David de Gea: YASSS
Not everyone can pull off the shaved sides man-bun but De Gea totally rocked this hairstyle! Currently playing as a goalkeeper for Manchester United, he definitely has had some impressive hairstyle trends throughout the years.
2.Gareth Bale: YASSS
Another footballer who can rock the short or long hairstyle, the Real Madrid player always gave us some serious hair-envy moments. How can someone look so good with any hairstyle?
3.Loris Karius: YASSS
Karius is currently on loan at Besiktas from Liverpool. We’ve nothing to comment on his hair except that we honestly think Karius should consider being a model upon retirement. Agree?
4.Giovanni Simeone: SERIOUSLY?!
We’re not trying to be mean but seriously Simeone?
We didn’t expect this from Ronaldo, knowing how particular he is with his appearance. Do you know that during most matches, Ronaldo would ‘re-do’ his hairstyle at halftime? Yes! and for him to walk around with this sad man-bun, it’s confusing… Read also: How to fund bet9ja account with recharge card
6.Harry Kewell: NOPE
When he was playing for Liverpool sometime in 2003 to 2008, Kewell decided to shock his fans with this ridiculous man-bun hairstyle. It is somehow an advanced version of the original one as Kewell’s hairstyle had two buns instead of one. #tbh, we won’t recommend anyone to try it.
7.Zlatan Ibrahimovic: YASSS
The 38-year-old Milan player has been rocking this hairstyle since forever! We guess he knows what looks good on him.
8.Andy Carroll: NOPE
To pull off the perfect man-bun style, you need to master the right way to tie and create the messy look but we think Carroll overdid it here. Kudos for the effort though.