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Brad Pitts Hairstyles Over The Years: Blonde, Brown, Short, Long, And Blah (Photos)

Our favorite Brad look by far.

Whenever Brad Pitt accompanies girlfriend-for-life Angelina Jolie at one of her red carpet premieres, we always tend to focus on her collection of funeral home dresses in her three colors of black, more black, and very black while really, the true fashionista in this couple here is Brad.

Brad is really a Fantastic Sam’s dream customer. He continually changes his look with either blonde highlights, long hair, cropped hair, Jack Nicholson hair, and sometimes very bleach-blonde hair. We never really knew how much Brad loved his…. hair.

Check out our favorite Brad Pitt looks from the past ten years and tell us, do you prefer long, scruffy hair Brad or short, cropped and cute Brad?


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    Brad Pitt
    Brad at the Fight Club premiere in 1998
  • Happy Birthday! 2 of 10
    Happy Birthday!
    "The Tree of Life" Los Angeles Premiere earlier this year.
  • Snappy 3 of 10
    Snappy
    Brad Pitt at the 81st Annual Academy Awards.
  • Blonde Ambition 4 of 10
    Blonde Ambition
    Brad Pitt at the Mr. And Mrs. Smith Los Angeles Premiere.
  • Keeping It Cool 5 of 10
    Keeping It Cool
    Brad Pitt at the "Burn After Reading" Premiere in 2008.
  • Channeling Jack Nicholson 6 of 10
    Channeling Jack Nicholson
    "Moneyball" Oakland Premiere
  • Serious Actor 7 of 10
    Serious Actor
    Brad Pitt at the 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival
  • A Little Hairy! 8 of 10
    A Little Hairy!
    Brad Pitt at the "The Good Girl" Hollywood Industry Screening in 2002.
  • Just Right 9 of 10
    Just Right
    Brad Pitt at the 18th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala in 2007.
  • Perfect Look 10 of 10
    Perfect Look
    Brad Pitt at the 65th Annual Venice Film Festival.
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Photos via PacificCoastNews.com

 

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