An exciting news for those who don’t want to grow their hair long, David Beckham, the hair icon has launched a new shorter hairstyle for the summer season – and it reminded followers of an identical look the retired soccer player sported nearly twenty years ago. David Beckham debuted his “summer trim haircut” on his Instagram handle on Thursday evening after he returned from a holiday in Montenegro with his family.
The former footballer has elected to go with a shorter hairstyle as compared to the one he had in past few months, whilst maintaining his facial hair. Posing for the shot, he added stickers that read: “Summer” & “Fresh Cut” which received a great response from his followers.
David, over the years, gave shot to various hairstyles right from his stylish Mohawk to longer slicked locks on the back. However, it seems like he opted for full circle through his latest ‘do, showing an appearance identical to how he looked during the early noughties, during the period when he was active in the football field and prior to welcoming all his kids.
Despite being experimenting with his hair a lot, the 43-year-old former footballer does seem to regret a few things. During his appearance in “The Graham Norton Show” back in 2015, he confessed: “Few of my hairstyles have been not as good as I wanted them to be. Maybe because I hadn’t thought them thru”. “The topknot was decent, nevertheless the corn-braids weren’t a good decision! It might have been a bad timing. Also, I was heading to South Africa with England at that time & ended up meeting Mr. Nelson Mandela. So, I regret that haircut.”
David further mentioned that former manager Sir Alex Ferguson told him to shave off his Mohawk. “With an hour to go prior to the start of the game, I was in the dressing room. Sir Alex Ferguson saw my haircut & told me to shave it off. After saying no initially, I saw a big change in his face so I went ahead & shaved it in the washroom completely. He wanted each player to appear professional & thought it wasn’t an appropriate look. And since we were also playing at Wembley, I realized he made the right point.”