The Look: Sexy Vampire
The Year: 1994
Why We Love It: While Pitt totally started the romantic vamp craze in Interview with the Vampire (sorry, Twihards), his long hair also made sense off set in the golden era of grunge.
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The Look: Gwyn’s Twin
The Year: 1997
Why We Love It: There’s something endearing about Pitt’s girlfriend-copying, angular cut. Talk about a supportive partner.
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The Look: Long hair, don’t care
The Year: 2002
Why We Love It: Apparently Pitt grew his hair and beard for a role that never came to be. I like to think he kept it as a totally disregard for the public’s opinion of him.
The Look: Buzzy
The Year: 2004
Why We Love It: This sporty and no-frills look reminded us that Pitt doesn’t need to rely on his hair for mass appeal.
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The Look: Mr. Jolie
The Year: 2007
Why We Love It: By 2007, Pitt officially had become one half of Hollywood’s hottest power couple: Brangelina. Here, he looks the part with his blonde, slicked-back cut.
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The Look: Low-key dad
The Year: 2012
Why We Love It: Like a fine wine, Pitt gets even better as he ages with his shoulder-length locks and scruffy grey beard.
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The Look: The Undercut
The Year: 2013
Why We Love It: Always one to surprise us, Pitt made the chop this year, switching out his long hair for a trendy undercut.
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