We've recently seen Thor switch up his haircut from his long blonde locks to a shorter more textured style and now we've seen Captain America go the other way in Infinity War, switching his shorter style for a longer more natural medium length haircut.
So, what is the new Captain America Infinity War haircut and how can you get the hairstyle?
What is the Captain America Infinity War Haircut called?
The Captain America haircut in Avengers: Infinity War is a classic medium length swept back hairstyle. It appears to be kept to around 5-6 inches on the top and sides. The hair is then shaped around the ears to give a nice clean push back look.
What to ask your barber for to get the Chris Evans Infinity War haircut?
The best thing to do is show your a barber a picture of the haircut.
A lot of guys will have different hair types to Chris Evans that may mean you won't be able to get the clean swept back look and some guys may not even have the length for this cut, so if it's something that you want to go for then show your barber the picture of what you want to achieve.
Even if you don't have the length but want to grow it out then don't worry, it's still a good idea to visit your barber and see whether they think it will suit you, then you can work together to make sure it grows out nicely and in shape. Growing your hair can always be one of the worst things if you don't get regular maintenance to put some shape and texture into it. If you're thinking of growing your hair out then make sure you watch this video.
If you do want to be technical and do already have the length for this haircut, then it's a classic medium length swept back hairstyle, kept to around 5-6 inches on the top and sides and scissor cut all over.
This haircut will work great on clean shaven guys or gents with a beard, but Chris Evans pairs this with a short beard kept to an even length throughout.
Styling the Captain America Infinity War haircut
The Chris Evans Infinity War haircut is kept looking natural and has a matte finish.
Alternatively though if you do want more of a slicked look, then finish with a medium-high shine pomade instead of a matte paste.