Pictures of David Beckham's Haircuts

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David Beckham Burr Cut

David Beckham Burr Cut
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A Style Icon's Many Looks

Soccer star David Beckham is certainly not afraid to try new looks -- from shaved to shaggy, he (almost) always manages to pull it off.

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This is a great look for David -- ultra masculine and very easy to care for. The burr is also a fairly easy cut to do at home. Just snap a #1 guard on a pair of clippers and buzz it all off.

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Textured Layer Cut

David Beckham Textured Layer Cut
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For this style, David Beckham's hair is cut in medium layers all over the head. Subtle highlights add depth and the hair is styled with just a bit of paste for texture and separation.

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Short Front and Sides

David Beckham Short Front and Sides
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I love this fun style on David Beckham --it's edgy and aggressive and looks a bit like he may have done it himself. The hair is cut short on the sides but left a little longer in back. On top, the front hairline is tapered short and a bit more length is left at the crown of the head.

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Short Back and Sides

David Beckham Short Back and Sides
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This is my favorite of David Beckham's looks. The hair is cut with a number two blade high up the sides and back of the head. The back is left in a natural taper, while the top is cut to add texture and create a slightly square shape.

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Crewcut

David Beckham Crewcut
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Another low maintenance look for David Beckham. This Crewcut is done with a long clipper blade. A bit of pomade adds shine.

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Butch Cut

David Beckham Butch Cut
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David Beckham's butch haircut is done with a number two blade all over the head -- any easy cut to perform at home.

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Shaved Sides

David Beckham Shaved Sides
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This cut could have many people wondering, "What was David Beckham thinking?" It looks like he may have picked up a pair of clippers and just buzzed the sides himself. Of course, he's David Beckham so he can make almost any style look cool.

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Spiky Texture

David Beckham Spiky Texture
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One of David Beckham's more conservative looks. For this cut, the hair is left about an inch and a half long on the sides and back and about three inches on top. Pomade adds separation and shine.

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Layer Cut

David Beckham Layer Cut
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For this style, David Beckham's hair is cut in medium layers all over the head, with the sides taken just a bit shorter. Subtle highlights add depth and the hair is styled with just a bit of pomade for shine and separation.

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Short and Textured

David Beckham Short and Textured
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This, short and textured David Beckham style is cut with shears all over -- aggressively short on the sides and back and about two inches long on top. Styling paste is used to add texture and separation.

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Mullet

David Beckham Mullet
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While I'm not a big fan of the mullet, I do like this fun style on David Beckham. For this style, David's hair is cut in long layers all over the head, with the sides taken just a bit shorter. Styling paste adds low-shine texture and separation.

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Long Layers

David Beckham Long Layers
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This style from David Beckham is razor cut in long layers to give the ends a deconstructed look. The hair is bleached and grown out a bit, revealing dark roots.

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Cornrows

David Beckham Cornrows
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Even a style icon like David Beckham sometimes makes a fashion mistake. What was he thinking?