Chris Hemsworth and his different hairstyles: discover his 39th birthday

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Who wouldn’t be jealous! Chris Hemsworth is a head-to-toe macho, but there’s no denying the fact that we love his sexy locks. Although the ‘Thor’ actor is known for his long golden locks, he’s welcomed every style over the years.

Chris has had it long to short, shaggy to straight, and more in between, so we couldn’t help but round up some of his best hairstyles here.

Speaking of Chris Hemsworth’s hair, it went very short in the late 2000s. He donned a tight look with low sides for the 2009 premiere of ‘Star Trek’ in Los Angeles.

Then Chris Hemsworth had the hair of a god in the 2011 MCU movie “Thor.” He’s had the dapper look more than a few times over the years. He also sported a short military style in “Red Dawn” in 2012.

Hemsworth’s hair was long and lame at the Orange British Academy Film Awards in London February 12, 2012. He contradicted his mane with a clean-shaven face.

Then, in the summer of 2012, Chris Hemsworth was able to tie his hair in a ponytail. His hair seemed to have even magnified the blonde, probably left by ‘Thor’.

Chris Hemsworth looked extremely handsome at the 86th Annual Academy Awards on March 2, 2014. He brushed his hair back and wore an elegant plum suit.

Chris Hemsworth proved he could rock a beard during a 2016 appearance on ‘Good Morning Britain’. His hair was short but his jaw was protected by mustaches.

Additionally, Chris Hemsworth energized the front man with short, combed-back hair at the Los Angeles premiere of “Thor: Love and Thunder” on June 23, 2022.

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David R. Brewer