Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced that he’s retiring from Test Cricket today. He started his career in 2004 and sported long locks that time.
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His look was aped by several fans who admired him not just on the field but off it as well.
In 2010, he chopped off his long locks but maintained a natural, wavy style with long sideburns.
In 2011, Dhoni went in for a drastic haircut where he chopped off almost all his hair and flaunted the almost bald look with barely any hair.
But again in 2012, the cricketer grew out his hair and sported a spiky hairdo. He had spikes in the front and rest of his hair was gelled back.
Last year, Dhoni sported a mohawk which created quite a stir. He styled it in different ways – spiked up or matted down or even side-swept.
This year, Dhoni again changed his hairstyle. This time, he opted for the jarhead cut which is easy to manage and does not require much up-keep.