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Bring On The Buns! 10 Celebs Who Rock The Man Bun Trend

Leonardo dicaprio
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Jul. 2 2015, Updated 4:06 p.m. ET

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Leonardo dicaprio
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Leonardo DiCaprio sported a man bun as he accepted the Clinton Global Citizen Award. The Wolf of Wall Street actor paired the popular hairstyle with a bushy beard.

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Jared leto
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Jared Leto made award season memorable by snagging a Golden Globe and Academy Award for his performance in Dallas Buyers Club. But why were all eyes really on the blue-eyed babe? Because of his man bun – of course!

Harry styles
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Harry Styles didn’t let his long hair get in the way of his game on the field.

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Brad pitt
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Brad Pitt may be sporting a shorter crop now, but it’s impossible not to swoon over the A-lister when he dons a man bun.

Chris hemsworth
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Long hair, don’t care! Chris Hemsworth pulled back his famous tresses during The Avengers premiere.

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Kit Harington
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Kit Harington may let his long locks flow on Game of Thrones as Jon Snow, but when off set the actor keeps it casual.

Orlando bloom
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Orlando Bloom was all smiles (and so were we!) at Comic Con. Does it have anything to do with his perfectly slicked back bun? We think so!

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Gavin derossi
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No scissors? No problem! Gavin Rossdale tied up his long locks during a performance.

Joaquin Phoenix
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Joaquin Phoenix may have appeared alongside Amy Adams and Scarlett Johansson at the Her premiere, but all eyes were on his hairdo!

Russell brand
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Eat your heart out, Katy Perry! Russell Brand looked better than ever as he flaunted a man bun while out and about in Toronto.

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