Noah Centineo is ready to move on from all the haircuts he’s loved before.
The “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” actor, 24, showed off his longer hair on Wednesday’s episode of “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” revealing that he’s ready to rock a man bun for the first time.
When asked if his new hairstyle was a “quarantine thing,” the star joked, “Weirdly it has nothing to do with quarantine and everything to do with me being unemployed.”
“I have this secret aspiration where I actually want to be able to do a man bun because I’ve never done it before,” the heartthrob added.
“I think you’ve got to have a certain face for a man bun, and let me tell you, you’ve got one,” Corden assured Centineo, who jokingly replied, “Takes one to know one.”
“Me with a man bun? That’s a man on the brink of a breakdown,” the talk show host, 42, quipped in response. “If you see me with a man bun, you will know I’m going through a divorce and I’m not seeing my kids at the moment.”
With the teen rom-com trilogy’s final movie, “To All the Boys: Always and Forever,” hitting Netflix Friday, it seems Centineo doesn’t have to worry about what ‘do his character Peter Kavinsky would choose.
The actor is no stranger to style switch-ups, as he surprised fans with his fresh buzzcut and bleached-blond beard in 2019.
In the mid-2010s, the man bun took Hollywood by storm, with celebrities including Bradley Cooper, Leonardo DiCaprio, Harry Styles and Jake Gyllenhaal all rocking long locks.
Could Centineo be next?