Here’s a beauty battle we never saw coming, HollywoodLifers! Tom Brady just channeled a seriously retro Justin Bieber when he was spotted with the Biebs’ classic bowl cut. Get the details on this bizarre beauty battle, and let us know who wears it best.
It looks like four-time Super Bowl champ, Tom Brady, had a completely different bowl in mind during his last visit to the salon. The 38-year-old New England Patriots quarterback was pictured out in NYC with a bowl cut that immediately had us all thinking back to another famous head who sported the swoopy style — Justin Bieber.
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We’re used to seeing Tom with a football helmet over his head, so to be fair, we’ve never really paid too much attention to what his hair is doing. But when he was out with supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen and their two kids, his Bieber-inspired cut totally got us talking.
The vintage cut is one Justin rocked for quite some time when he first burst onto the scene in his early teens. But like anyone who had the misfortune of sporting a bowl cut in their youth, the Biebs eventually outgrew it.
While Justin is currently a blonde, back when he wore the bowl cut, his hair was a light brown shade similar to Tom’s hair color. But their styling choices couldn’t be more different. Though Justin’s original bowl cut was often worn with oversized hoodies and the occasional baseball hat, Tom chose to dress the style up by wearing a suit and some dark shades.
Since his 2009-era bowl cut, Justin has experimented with a lot of daring hairstyles. Currently wearing his blonde hair in dreadlocks that caused the Beliebers a lot of distress, Justin has also debuted a platinum blonde ponytail and a Kylie Jenner-approved purple shade in just this year alone. And since he can’t seem to stick to a hairstyle for long these days, Tom’s resurgence of the bowl cut has us wondering if Justin might throw it back to his original look, too.
Who does the bowl cut best, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Justin should bring back his signature ‘do?