What a stunner—and we’re not talking about Angelina Jolie or Charlize Theron. Ellen Degeneres put the spotlight on Jared Leto’s glowing visage and tousled locks during the Oscars and he’s not the only one giving good face time. Here are the boys that are racking up our “likes” and we’re sure the men’s grooming boom (worth an estimated 17.5 billion dollars) is taking due notice of them too.
Jared Leto’s good looks are from the cookie-cutter superheroes most actors aspire to. With ombré, mussed-up hair and a hipster-brand beard, Leto covers up his pretty boy DNA, but no matter how hard he tries, we still see his twinkling eyes shine through.
Glow’s note: If your guy insists on long locks like Leto’s, encourage him to rub in a wee bit of hair oil to keep his tresses tamed. Try Got2b Oil-licious Triple Oil Styling Oil.
In 2012, Olympic snowboarder Shaun White cut over a foot of hair for Locks of Love (a charity that provides hair prosthetics for disadvantaged children who have suffered medical hair loss). But it hasn’t been until recently that his sartorial style has caught up to his act of charity—his shorn hair has birthed a freshly shaven, tailored and blow-dried kind of guy that’s ready for a round of post-slope aperitifs.
Glow’s note: Get him hooked on Fekkai Coiff Défense Pre-Style Thermal/UV Protectant (available at murale.ca) to keep his hair soft and healthy during heat styling.
Pharrell Williams is well known for his hooks, hats and kicks, but have you ever noticed his skin? The 40-year-old’s complexion glows, and well-blogged snippets reveal the artist regularly sees a dermatologist and he admits, “I wash my face everyday,” along with using a moisturizer and a toner. And who gave him this sound advice? Why, none other than supermodel Naomi Campbell.
Glow’s note: Make his skin worthy of a billionaire boy’s club with Dove Men+Care Facial Cleansing.
Joseph Gordon Levitt has been working the big and small screens since 1988, but it’s only in the last couple of years that the 33-year-old has won cover boy status (he’s scored the covers of Details, GQ and Men’s Health). We suspect it has something to do with his eyebrows that reveal his dapper yet devilish allure.
Glow’s note: Tame his expression with a set of Tweezerman tweezers.
Search Bradley Cooper on Pinterest, and it’s not Bradley Cooper #shirtless that fills the screen, but rather pin upon pin of his pearly whites, #oh that smile. It’s worth noting one of his first on-screen make-out sessions was in 1999 in an episode of Sex and the City with Sarah Jessica Parker. Since then, his lip service has evolved to an Oscar nod and a hot-to-trot career that keeps his smile in focus.
Glow’s note: Brighten up his smile for his next selfie with Crest 3D White Luxe Glamorous White Toothpaste.