Jared Leto proves the manbun can work even in your 40s
I don’t quite so much like Jared Leto but I will tell you this: when the dude gets a new hairstyle or haircut, people pay attention. Since Mr. Leto has been growing his mane since late 2013 and all through 2014, he has been able to grow the minimum hair length for a man bun hairstyle.
Now this isn’t the first time that Leto has long hair. Back in the late 1990s when the grunge hair trend was dying already, he sported some jaw length tresses in a middle part hairstyle. However it hadn’t occurred to him to tie his long mane in a manbun until very recently (i.e. in 2014). Why? Because by 2013 the man bun style was rising from its underground hole where only hardcore long haired dudes sported a bro bun, and Jared Leto, knowing how much he loves people loving him, wanted to attract even more attention to himself and thus took from heavy metal dudes their prized non-commercial underground possession: the hair bun. From there on, everyone from celebrities to your average hipster with a beard started wearing a bun, even if it looked horrible.
Jared has sported his bun in several high-profile occasions such as at the Golden Globe Awards 2014 where he stepped in to collect his price with a ponybun like a boss. What’s a ponybun? A bun that is not tied completely and a little tail hangs from it like in a ponytail. If you have been paying attention at our glorious and imperious ManBunHairstyle.Net website, you will know that Jared Leto’s man bun is in fact a “full man bun”; if you don’t know what a full manbun is then check our hair length guide to know the two variations of this uber hipster hairstyle.
No matter your age, try the man bun
It should be said that Jared Leto is 43 years old as of 2015 (born on December 26 1971). I don’t know about you guys, but I’ll have some of the stuff the Leto dude takes to keep such a mane at an age where most guys are crying and depressed about their hair.