Could Harry Styles’ long hair be making a comeback?

Could Harry Styles' long mane be coming back to the spotlight?  

Whether or not you’re an ex-One Direction fan, you have to give credit where it’s undoubtedly due: to the long, flowing locks of Harry Styles. Around this time last year, the star shocked us all when he got his famous tresses cut for his role in the upcoming film, Dunkirk.

Recently, however, the Sign of Times singer has been spotted out and about with longer hair (on the cover of the Rolling Stone and at the Today Show’s Concert Series). We also can’t help but think he might be growing out his hair to get his iconic long locks back again… Find out more on the matter, below.

Harry Styles’ long hair might be making an unexpected comeback!

 

harrystyles with mid length hair on the cover of the rolling stone magazine
Harry Styles on the cover of the Rolling Stone magazine. Credit: Instagram.com/harrystyles

Our speculation began when we picked up the May issue of Rolling Stone and saw the ex-Directioner on the cover with this new, longer style. And we don’t know about you, but we think his casual, floppy fringe is a sign he’ll be returning to his signature look soon.

It’s clear to see that his mane has grown a lot since his short back and sides cut (what is his secret?!), and we think he’s possibly embracing the awkward in-between stage. Credit: @harrystyles

Harry Styles rocking a relaxed quiff for his preformance for the Today Show Concert Series. Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Having recently confessed he felt ‘naked’ without his long hair in an interview with BBC Radio 1, we have high hopes his long strands will be making an triumphant return! We can only imagine how happy Harry’s army of fans will be.

Editor’s tip: Fancy nabbing Harry’s relaxed quiff? Simply invest in a pot of the VO5 Matt Clay and watch our helpful tutorial on how to master a cool quiff style, here.

 

So, what’s your verdict on Harry Styles’ hair? Do you think he’ll stick to growing out his luscious mane or get it cut again? Share your thoughts with us on our Twitter page @AllThingsHairUK.