David Beckham is Voted Male Celebrity with the Best Hair

David Beckham is voted male celebrity with the best hair

David Beckham voted male celebrity with best hair

If you’re anything like me, you troll the trash magazines when you’re waiting in line at the grocery store, in the waiting room at the doctor’s office, or if you need something mindless to read while you’re on a long flight. I love these magazines because they’re a break from reality and I can learn more about how “Celebrities are just like us!” Plus….in all seriousness, I want to know how they look that way and what it takes exactly.

But anyway, with these magazines, we often become more and more self conscious about our appearances because we simply don’t have the access to the same products that celebrities too. Or at least, we don’t think we do. Crown Clinic just surveyed 1000 people across the UK to find out what male celebrity they think has the best hair. And not surprisingly to some, David Beckham came out on top.

What’s awesome about this survey, though, is that Crown Clinic is a hair treatment facility that has helped treat some of the top celebrities in the world, some of whom I’m sure made the list, and it sheds light on a growing, yet under discussed, industry. They help discover just what your hair is like as well as where you want it to be or look like. And they help you achieve that specific look for a reasonable fee.

The clinic is conveniently located in London yet is also discreet, as to not draw attention to itself. And who knows, if you make an appointment, your hair just might be one step closer to looking like it can actually bend like Beckham. But you’ll never know unless you find out.  And who doesn’t want their hair to look absolutely fantastic? I know I do.

Dana Zillgitt

Having loved the written word as long as she can remember, Dana has written for I Am That Girl, Man of The Hour, and more. She’s far too comfortable on the open road and in airports. And she can be found on Instagram at honey.thyme or on Twitter at hazelnuthyme. She regularly uses one and tries to keep up with the other. If she’s not buried in a book, Dana can be found at the local coffeehouse, planning her next article or book chapter.