No wonder a fine looker like Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, aka Posh Spi...
No wonder a fine looker like Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, aka Posh Spice, only has eyes for footballer hubby David Beckham. Becks is showing off his Greek
We're here to talk about Zach Efron—but this time, we're not talking about Zac Efron's body. Or, at the very least, not his abs. That's because last night the 31-year-old showed up at the Sundance premiere of his new movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (in which he stars as Ted Bundy, but with 2000% more charm) sporting a 'do that was extreme—and, shockingly, not his normal hair color. It was blonde. Like, very blonde. Platinum blonde. We noticed (and so did nearly a hundred thousand of you) for a few reasons. For one: it's a good look! And something half the GQ office is guaranteed to try out come summertime. But for two: it's a rather large swerve for a guy who usually plays it more down the middle (that tiger-striped beard for his role in the upcoming Beach Bum not withstanding). Perhaps there's something telling in that. Bros aren't exactly the type to take huge swings when it comes to style. (Am I projecting?) That's not to say we can't look good—just that we're apt to stick with the safe, comfortable and timeless, which usually translates to something black, soft, and with a hood. And, up top, a mellow fade in our natural color. The fact that the heartthrob-turned-hunk felt safe enough to white-out his locks suggests that perhaps the dye job has finally been normalized. Where more fashionable, avant-garde lads have gone before—Lucky Blue, Jared Leto, Jaden Smith, Justin Timberlake, Guy Fieri (okay, fine, not Guy Fieri)—the more middle-to-late-garde of us can go now. If you're not convinced, perhaps the fact that Jonah Hill went blonde, too, can serve as your inspiration. Going platinum is mainstream now, which means it's more accessible, if maybe slightly less cool. So go for it, my basic bros. Just keep in mind that you probably won't look quite as good as Efron.
This is the designs of David Beckham Tattoo, almost all of her body part was tattooed. can be seen, Beckham tattooed his hand with tattoo letter design. Beckham also use professional tattoos design for getting tattoo.
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