Leonardo DiCaprio is a dashing actor and every girl’s dream man. Her image as a young man in Titanic is something we won’t forget for a long time. We have seen DiCaprio grow on screen. From romantic hero, he has proved himself to be a very serious hero doing action films as well. In demand for his roles, he had to change his getup many times. The major change he had to do is with his hairstyle. Here we are going to discuss some of the cool hairstyles of this versatile actor.
Leonardo DiCaprio has undergone several hair transformations. But till now many people think that his best hairstyle was the wavy hairstyle he had in Titanic. That long strands of hair swept on the sides made him look very attractive. However, at the Golden Globe Award in 1998, he appeared in a shorter hairstyle. After he started doing more matured roles and got out of the ‘romantic hero’ image, he was seen in a swept back style in 2004. The hair was also darker in shade.
Here’s Leonardo DiCaprio’s hairstyles over the years.
Leonardo DiCaprio attends the Hollywood premiere of his new movie "The Beach" in 2000 with a spiky hairdo.
Leonardo DiCaprio with simple short hair in the 2006 Los Angeles premiere of his movie "Blood Diamond."
Leonardo DiCaprio looks every bit like the stud that he is with short side swept hair at the 2008 GQ "Men of the Year" party
Leonardo DiCaprio looks suave in his slick, side-swept 'do as he attends the "Shutter Island" premiere at the 60th Berlin Film Festival in 2010.
Leonardo DiCaprio's short wavy locks are swooped back in style as he attends the photocall for his movie "The 11th Hour" at the 60th Annual International Film Festival de Cannes in 2007.
Leonardo DiCaprio looks dapper with longer slick, side-swept hair paired with stylish stubble during the 66th Festival de Cannes in 2013.
Young Leonardo DiCaprio sports a slicked-back hairstyle at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.
Leonardo DiCaprio goes for a darker look during the premiere of "Django Unchained" at the Ziegfeld Theatre on December 11, 2012, in New York City.
Leonardo DiCaprio shines as the perfect leading man with his primped swept-back look at the World premiere of "Revolutionary Road" held at the Mann Village Theater in Westwood, USA on August 15, 2008.
Leonardo DiCaprio appears with a long buzz cut as he attends the No Direction Home Bob Dylan DVD Premiere in New York on September 19, 2005.
Leonardo DiCaprio dazzles in a very short hairdo with mussed-up locks at the front for the 2006 premiere of his movie "The Departed" at Ziegfeld Theatre, New York, NY.
Leonardo DiCaprio looks perfectly groomed with longer side-swept hair at the 2011 premiere of his movie "J. Edgar" in Los Angeles.
After the release of his film Blood Diamond in 2006, he was seen even in shorter hair that matched his goatee perfectly. The following year he went for a longer hairstyle and swept his frontal hair at one side. We have seen him in ‘all-swept’ back hairstyle as well. He looked very manly in this style. He was seen in slicked- back hair with some volume and blonde highlights at an event in 2012.
In 2014, he shocked everyone with his full-grown beard. At an award function that year, he appeared in a short hairstyle that is all swept back. Recently we can see in his goatee again and a side-swept hairstyle.
DiCaprio’s career started at a very young age. He first started with the sitcom Growing Pains in 1985. His first major film was Romeo + Juliet that released in 1996. His major success came with Titanic where he played the lead male role. It was the biggest blockbuster movie of 1998 and one of the most successful movies ever. His acting was really promising and he received lots of positive reviews for his performance.
Some of his other notable films include The Beach, Catch Me If You Can, The Departed, Shutter Island, The Great Gatsby, The Wolf of Wall Street., etc. He got a number of nominations for his movies including Golden Globe Award and Academy Award. He won the Best Actor at the Berlin International Film Festival for Romeo + Juliet. He won a number of MTV Movie Awards. He got the Golden Globe award for the movie The Wolf of Wall Street.
DiCaprio is involved in a number of environmental and humanitarian causes. He donated a lot of money for earthquake victims and also showed his support for wildlife conservation. DiCaprio is an inspiration to many new actors today. The way he has grown as an actor is simply amazing. We hope to get more entertainment from him in the coming years.