, Cristiano Ronaldo , showed off an exploration of his hairstyle through his personal Instagram account, Wednesday (27/5/2020). In the uploaded photo, Ronaldo’s hair looks quite long with some of it combed back. This photo is interesting because Ronaldo doesn’t straighten his hair. Ronaldo maintains the curly or slightly curly structure that becomes the original shape of his hair when it is extended.
In the photo caption, Ronaldo asked his fans for their opinion with the caption: “Do you agree (with this model)?”
The upload received a positive response from Ronaldo’s fans on Twitter and Instagram. Also read: After 72 days of absence, these are details of Cristiano Ronaldo’s first day back at Juventus The photo also made some netizens remember Ronaldo’s hairstyle when he first joined Manchester United in 2003. At that time, Ronaldo, who was still 18 years old, also had long curly hair combed back. The difference with Ronaldo’s current hairstyle is the color. When first introduced to Man United, Ronaldo’s hair color was a combination of black and brown blonde. This model is the hallmark of young Ronaldo because the brown-blond color is located on the front and is left unraveling. View Photos Cristiano Ronaldo and Sir Alex Ferguson (while both were still working at Manchester United in 2004. (AFP/ NICOLAS ASFOURI) This is not the first time Ronaldo has changed his hairstyle. Towards the end of 2019, Ronaldo had a hairstyle resembling a ponytail. At that time, the hair around the ears to the bottom was shaved by Ronaldo and left the top long. For the top, Ronaldo added a ponytail accessory to make it look like a ponytail. Also read: Failed to join Arsenal, Cristiano Ronaldo apologizes While still in Real Madrid’s uniform, Ronaldo also changed his hairstyle. Ronaldo chose a cropped cut resembling a soldier while celebrating the 2016-2017 Champions League title. When asked about the reason for choosing the short cut, Ronaldo admitted that he had vowed to cut his hair if Real Madrid won the Champions League. Apart from Ronaldo, many of Europe’s top star hairstyles have changed upon returning to training after taking nearly two months off due to the pandemic. Chelsea star, N’Golo Kante, who is known for his shaved style, now has hair. Meanwhile, Erik Lamela (Tottenham Hotspur) chose to dye his hair white.