The Pomade Porcupine (The Counselor)
Is that Guy Fieri? Bardem’s hair was part Food Network chef part sharp-spined rodent when he played Versace clad playboy Reiner in 2013’s The Counselor. ”I’m pretty sure the hair was Javier’s own idea,” the film’s costume designer Janty Yates recently told EW.com.
Blonde Bombshell (Skyfall)
Skyfall‘s creepy Raoul Silva had a blonde mane that was to die for. Perhaps, he traded tips with Fabio in advance of the 2012 movie?
The Bieber Bob (No Country for Old Men)
No coin flip necessary, the verdict is in on Anton Chiqurh’s brunette Bobby Brady meets Justin Bieber bob. Without question, Bardem’s 2007 No Country for Old Men hair took the bowl cut to the next level thanks to his trendsetting side-part.
Curly Cue (Before Night Falls)
Welcome Back Kotter lives on. To play gay Cuban novelist and poet Reinaldo Arenas in 2001’s Before Night Falls, the actor sported a patch of brown sourced from a shag rug.*
(*Not true, but believable, no?)
The Silver Fox (Love in the Time of Cholera)
Bardem went back to his roots? or so we think. The actor sported luscious brunette locks to play Florentino Ariza in 2007’s Love in the Time of Cholera? Though we’re also partial to his grandpa chic-balding silver fox style seen further into the 2 hour and 19 minute movie.
The Cop Cut (The Dancer Upstairs)
Even a little blood can’t distract from Agustín Rejas’ otherwise perfect coif seen in 2002’s The Dancer Upstairs. And the cop ‘stache is an added bonus.
Romance is in the Hair (Goya's Ghosts)
To perm or not to perm? For 2006’s Goya’s Ghosts, the actor sported long, curly brown locks reminiscent of his Before Night Falls hair. This look is romance novel good.