The Best Grooming Looks From The Royal Wedding
The stars were out in force at the Royal Wedding.
There were people from the world of sport, music, film and more showing their face at the event in Windsor Castle.
And while the ladies get much of the style talk, and rightly so, there were some great looks on show from some of the gents attending too.
Here's some of our favourite looks from the Royal Wedding.
Meghan Markle's Suits co-star was rocking the Harvey Spectre hairstyle in full at the Royal Wedding. A great look for summer 2018, the top of the hair is around 2 inches with texture added throughout. Be careful when rocking this style though as it's all about keeping the top natural and matte to avoid the spiky, gel look of the early 2000's.
Idris Elba is a man that always looks sharp, and you can see why there are rumours that he could be the next 007. Idris keeps the hair short on top with a zero fade on the back & sides, paired with salt and pepper goatee stubble.
The silver fox does it again. Him and his wife, Alma Clooney looked a picture in their matching yellow ensembles. George went with a classic short back and sides with texture through the top of the hair and paired it with his full short silver beard.
Beard of the Royal Wedding goes to James Middleton. James keeps his beard to a medium length with a slighter longer length through the moustache to give a defined look. He also paired this with a slicked back look with his hair to top off the classic Royal look.
James Corden was rocking a classic side parting for the Royal Wedding. He keeps the hair to around 2-3 inches on top with around a number 1-2 on the back and sides. This is likely styled with a high shine pomade or paste to give the classic look.
The coolest man on the planet in a lot of people's eyes, David Beckham looked as sharp as ever. David Beckham's new hairstyle is short and cropped on top with around a 0-0.5 on the back and sides. He keeps plenty of texture throughout the top to give it a messy look still smart enough for a Royal Wedding. Plus, add in the shades and suit and you're onto a winner!
And the final mention has to go to the groom himself, Prince Harry.
Unusually, there was almost as much talk beforehand about Harry's look as their was about the brides dress, would he or wouldn't he shave the beard? Well Harry arrived sporting a short stubble beard with a sharp line up on the cheeks, and we definitely think the beard is a good look for Harry!